SaveGREEN is primarily focused upon protecting and strengthening key ecological corridors in the Danube basin, but ecological connectivity is a concern around the world. What do we have to learn from international green infrastructure projects?
At the heart of the SaveGREEN project is the goal of strengthening ecological connectivity. What projects already exist in Europe that have demonstrated the possibility of achieving this goal?
SaveGREEN - Presents monitoring results on wildlife-crossing facilities to Bulgarian regional and national media
The Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation (BBF), Black Sea NGO Network (BSNN) and the South-West State Enterprise (SWSE) organised a field trip for regional and national media to present conclusions and recommendations based on the monitoring of wildlife crossing facilities along Lot 1 of the Struma Motorway, part of the SaveGREEN project pilot area in south-west Bulgaria.
Game On Initiative's 8-country surveyAt the Game On project, our goal is to activate the global youth and react to the threat climate change represents for the future of humankind. It is our everyday task to raise people's environmental awareness, build community and make a positive change in people's behaviour. The recently published Omnibus survey also contributes to this. Let’s see some fascinating facts and figures from the Game On Initiative's 8-country survey!
Interactive outdoor activities, entertaining talks and discussions engaged experts and young nature lovers
SaveGREEN - Transnational Experience exchange workshop in Bulgaria, at Rila-Verila-Kraishte pilot area
1. Presentation and adoption of the BBF report on the activities in 2021
2. Presentation and acceptance of the BBF financial report for 2021
3. Presentation and acceptance of proposals for changes in the Statute of the Foundation.
4. Presentation of Brandbook and updated version of the Foundation's logo.
The meeting will be held in the office of the Foundation - Sofia 1000, 6 Triaditsa Str., Office 504