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EuroNatur Foundation

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Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Headquarters

Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Contact

Mr Markus Dressnandt
Westendstr. 3
Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, 78315
Germany

+49 7732 927223

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EuroNatur Foundation focuses on Agriculture Environment Sustainable Development and is headquartered in Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

The foundation’s nature and species conservation projects help preserve Europe’s nature in its beauty and diversity.

  • 1 / 5: EuroNatur is working for the protection of migrating birds. The movie introduces several important wetland areas in the Balkans and shows the threatened situation of migratory birds in this region.
  • 2 / 5: EuroNatur is working for the protection of Europe’s large mammals, migratory birds like cranes and storks, and the highly endangered Mediterranean monk seal – across national borders. © Bruno Dittrich
  • 3 / 5: The "Save the Blue Heart of Europe" campaign's declared aim is to preserve the Balkan rivers as a unique piece of Europe's natural heritage and to save the most ecologically valuable rivers and sections of watercourses from destruction.
  • 4 / 5: The European Green Belt – Europe's largest nature conservation initiative: The goal of the “European Green Belt Initiative” along the former Iron Curtain is to secure a European natural heritage in all its diversity for coming generations. © Ljubomir Stefanov
  • 5 / 5: EuroNatur is publicly pressing for a form of agriculture compatible with nature: one that forms ecologically intact cultural landscapes, that creates jobs, integrates the concerns for animal needs with climate protection and recognizes its global responsibility in particular towards developing countries. © Kerstin Sauer

About

Natural treasures are subject to overexploitation everywhere. EuroNatur stands for a different way. The foundation’s nature and species conservation projects help preserve Europe’s nature in its beauty and diversity. EuroNatur protects large-scale natural landscapes as well as ecologically valuable cultural landscapes throughout Europe. EuroNatur projects are designed for the long term and involve the needs of local people. We strive not only for the protection of wildlife and its habitats in Europe, but also for an ecologically sustainable development of the respective region – in harmony with nature. We emphasize cooperating with local partner organisations and provide our partners in the EuroNatur project areas with the necessary support that enables them to effectively protect nature.