Press release

Scandalous Law on Golf Courses is no longer in force as of today (24.11.2011)!

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A law that repealed the Law on Golf Courses came into force today in Croatia. Read more...

EBRD is financing destruction of Ombla river!

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European legislation is supposed to protect biodiversity, but now a primarily European public bank is financing its destruction. Today (23.11.2011.) Croatian CSOs have reacted to EBRD loan approval for the Ombla hydropower plant in Croatia. Click for more information.

Environmental groups call on the EBRD not to finance “high risk” underground hydropower plant in Croatian cave

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Croatian and international environmental organisations (more than 30 of them) have today (26. October 2011.) called on the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development not to go ahead with a planned EUR 123 million loan for the Ombla hydropower plant near Dubrovnik in Croatia, due to be approved by the bank's Board of Directors on 8th November
09.04.10. 11:37
03.04.10. 21:39

Sava River protection to be more public

A new project was launched today in the four countries of the Sava River Basin (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia) to boost public involvement in water protection.
26.01.06. 01:00
Freshwater Press release

Water management on the Drava and Mura in Croatia in line with EU environmental legislation

The lower Drava and Mura Rivers in the border area between Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and Hungary are one of the most valuable river ecosystems in Europe.
15.10.05. 02:00
Freshwater Press release

LET THE DRAVA FLOW FREE

Between Varazdin and the Slovenian border, Croatian Water Authorities are turning the living river into a concrete canal, closing off its meanders and side branches, and extracting large quantities of gravel directly from the riverbed and banks.
01.04.05. 02:00
Freshwater Press release

Results of the Mid-Winter Waterfowl Counts in the proposed Drava-Mura-Danube Biosphere Reserve

The objective of the International Waterfowl Census (IWC) is to organise and implement monitoring of all water birds in the world with regular standardized counts.
22.02.05. 01:00
Freshwater Press release