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Boia Mică valley in Făgăraș: Europe’s wildest mountain valley

Boia Mică valley in Făgăraș: Europe’s wildest mountain valley

Romanian NGO calls for better protection of Europe’s virgin forest „hot spot“ in Făgăraș Mountain Natura 2000 site Radolfzell. There are only a few places left in Europe where wilderness in its original form still can be found: Mountains and valleys without roads, even no trails and primary forests. Făgăraș is one of the last … Mehr / More Boia Mică valley in Făgăraș: Europe’s wildest mountain valley
EuroNatur: Forest destruction in Romanian national parks has to stop

EuroNatur: Forest destruction in Romanian national parks has to stop

Forest destruction unabatedly continues in Domogled National Park – immediate moratorium on logging of state-owned primeval forests needed Press release, 1 June 2016 Radolfzell / Cerna Valley. In spite of affirmations by the government to the contrary, and despite primeval forests are protected by law since 2008, destruction of old-growth forests continues unabatedly in Romania. … Mehr / More EuroNatur: Forest destruction in Romanian national parks has to stop
Old-growth forests destroyed rapidly in Romania

Old-growth forests destroyed rapidly in Romania

Recent cases in the Strâmbei Valley and in the Şinca Forest (Făgăraş Mountains) Violation of both Romanian and EU laws Press release, 17 May 2016 Radolfzell. Although all primeval forests are strictly protected by law in Romania since 2008, they are still being destroyed. The most recent case discovered in the Făgăraş Mountains is particularly … Mehr / More Old-growth forests destroyed rapidly in Romania
“Cosava Mica” virgin forest saved from becoming cheap fire wood

“Cosava Mica” virgin forest saved from becoming cheap fire wood

30 experts from 12 European countries call on logging moratorium in ancient forests AGENT GREEN international press release Bucharest, 2015 December 8th The environmental organization Agent Green is happy to announce that “Cosava Mica” virgin forest located in Semenic Mountains, Romania was saved from logging and it is secured for the next 10 years. In … Mehr / More “Cosava Mica” virgin forest saved from becoming cheap fire wood
Ongoing chainsaw massacre in Semenic National Park

Ongoing chainsaw massacre in Semenic National Park

AGENT GREEN calls on Romanian Government to end logging in national parks Resita, Romania – February, 2nd 2015 An AGENT GREEN investigation shows that 366.422 cubic meters of wood has been removed from Semenic National Park in the last 6 years (2009-2014). Romsilva, the national state forest manager, has earned at least 8,14 million euros … Mehr / More Ongoing chainsaw massacre in Semenic National Park