Category: Romania

Romania started training courses for wildlife crime specialists

Fauna & Flora International, with the support of WWF Romania, organized the first two training sessions of the B6 activity for specialists in Romania. A total of 49 participants, namely prosecutors, judges, customs officers, police officers, gendarmes, Environmental Guard commissioners and representatives of the CITES management authority, attended the two trainings organized in Sarmizegetusa and […]

WWF România publishes its national report on wildlife crime

More than 1200 specimens were affected by this criminal activity, only among protected species. The figure increases significantly when crimes involving unprotected species are taken into account. WWF Romania’s report provides an overview of wildlife crime on a national level, through an assessment of crimes and contraventions, but also of the institutional challenges faced by […]