WWF Romania unfolds ecological reconstruction of Danube meadowland


The Romanian chapter of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) begins a 150,000 euros project in August to ecologically reconstruct the Danube meadows until spring 2016.

‘The renaturation of Danube meadowland can generate on long term the premises of a model of sustainable development of local communities. The ecological reconstruction has a significant potential for the social and economic development of communities, and it can bring benefits on a local level, both for farmland owners and small entrepreneurs in industries like tourism, fisheries or small business based on local products,’ WWF-Romania project manager Raluca Dan stated in a release.

The initiators of the project officially called ‘Active participative governance for sustainable development through ecological reconstruction of Danube meadowland’ say local communities will be involved in the unfolding of the programme, to identify the best solutions.

 

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