Transcarpathia in Western Ukraine is considered the safest region in the country: More refugees arrive every day, many of them children. We are collecting donations for our Ukrainian partner IERS, which provides humanitarian aid on site since the beginning of the war. more →
The preservation of habitats and biodiversity can only succeed if people are educated about its importance. Therefore, NABU is engaged in educational activities around the globe.
Our goals are to inform, create acceptance, and sensitize for nature conservation matters.
We are applying various techniques and channels for this knowledge transfer depending on cultural context, the respective target group, and their needs. Activities include building of local educational centers, development of teaching material, training programmes for teachers, film-making, building of visitor information centers, and many more.
See our educational projects below.
The Circassian orchards in the North Caucasus are living witnesses to an almost forgotten tradition of fruit cultivation. NABU worked with the local population to protect these valuable habitats and encourage the revival of this traditional land use. more →
NABU realises its project „Sustainable yak husbandry in the Kyrgyz Tien Shan Mountains” as part of the Federal Environment Ministry's Advisory Assistance Programme in Middle and Eastern Europe states, Caucasus and Central Asia. more →
The Saiga antelope had been near extinction in the past three decades. Intensive poaching had caused a population collapse. The species is now recovering due to a massive conservation effort. NABU supported this recovery with creative youth media. more →
The Baltic Sea is a very special marine environment – a fascinating world that features both fresh and saltwater systems. Join us for a virtual dive to the mysterious underwater world and experience its diversity and fragility. more →