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Mar 28, 2024
A Guide for Wetlands Management
The need for specialized and consolidated scientific information on the management of wetlands in Bulgaria led a team of the Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation to develop a special Guide that considers the management of wetlands as a tool for their preservation, the requirements of the regulatory framework and the application of conservation practices.
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BBF stand
Oct. 18, 2023
BBF at the Chestnut Festival
This weekend, the 10th edition of the Chestnut Festival took place in Belasitsa Park. This is an initiative in which the BBF team traditionally participates and this year was no exception. We got involved with a stand with a variety of materials and games for the little ones.
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Oct. 17, 2023
BBF is included at SAP Social Sabbatical for Local Engagement
This year we are fortunate that the BBF is one of the four selected organizations, as the topic on which it works, the whole study of the ESG framework in its part for environment and identifying key activities that the BBF can carry out in partnership with the company in relation to the new regulations on commitment to the protection of biodiversity and wildlife.
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WS1
Jun 22, 2023
EmpowerUs Experiences in the Field
EmpowerUs is a European scientific consortium made up of 16 partners in 9 countries with the aim of exploring what governance, social and natural mechanisms can support coastal communities in Europe to address their most pressing challenges. Burgas and Lake Atanasovsko is one of the six coastal labs (Transitional coastal labs – TCLs) in Europe.
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May 12, 2023
Meeting of the BBF Board on June 13, 2023
The meeting of BBF Board will be held on June 13, 2023 in Sofia.
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Feb. 26, 2023
Invitation for the meeting of the BBF Boart
On March 21, 2023, at 11:00 a.m., a meeting of the Foundation's Management Board will be held at the BBF office in Sofia. If it is impossible to be physically present, the members of the Board can also participate online.

 
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Salty people
Jan. 20, 2023
The movie "Salty People" premiered on Atanasovden
The team of the Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation invites you to the premiere of the newest film about Lake Atanasovsko - SALTY PEOPLE. You are welcome on January 31st, 2023 (Athanasov Day in old Style) from 7 p.m. at the House of Cinema in Sofia.
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biodiversity
Jan. 04, 2023
2023 - Year of Biodiversity and Climate
Every day we feel the effects of climate change - high temperatures, unusual weather, intense and untimely rainfall, devastating droughts and fires, storms and hurricanes. Natural disasters are occurring more frequently, in more places, with unprecedented severity, and are putting millions of lives at risk.
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Nov. 14, 2022
SaveGREEN - Around the World in Green Infrastructure

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?

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11 win projects
Nov. 14, 2022
Green jobs along the European Green Belt
In early November, a BBF team participated in a Green Belt conference in Ulcinj, Montenegro, with representatives from 22 European countries. The idea was to present the first 11 projects selected within the framework of the BestBelt project to all other participants. Among the projects was the Bulgarian one for fountains study in the municipality of Topolovgrad, in which BBF is a partner.
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Nov. 02, 2022
Take a look at the pilot areas of SaveGREEN project
Although important for many areas of life and especially for the protection of biological diversity, eco-corridors are threatened by the lack of adequate economic development planning. They are crossed and interrupted by linear transport infrastructure activities, urban development, intensive agriculture, inappropriate forest and water management. Transport is often the cause of wildlife deaths and reduces the numbers and reproductive success of key biological species, as well as the efficiency of the ecosystem services on which we all depend.
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Nov. 01, 2022
SaveGREEN introduces a new mobile application
A new Qfield mobile application was developed under the SaveGREEN project. QField is an open source base application developed by OPENGIS.ch and allows users to set up QGIS maps and forms on their workstations and use them in the field through the QField application. It is a useful tool for anyone who wants to do wildlife monitoring through their mobile phone.
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Oct. 28, 2022
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.

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game on
Oct. 17, 2022
Fascinating Facts and Figures from the Game On

Game On Initiative's 8-country survey

At 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!
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