Danube Sturgeons | WWF

Client: WWF
Website: danube-sturgeons.org
Status: Offline
Release Date: 19.12.2012
Category: Informational Website
Maintenance: 2012-2013

The Life + project “Joint actions to raise awareness on overexploitation of Danube sturgeons in Romania and Bulgaria” aims to tackle overfishing, the main direct threat to the survival of Danube sturgeons.

The project represents a major contribution to European biodiversity protection. It sets out to stop the overexploitation of the critically endangered Danube sturgeons in Bulgaria and Romania and to secure the long term survival of these species with their high natural and economic value. Project target groups are fishing communities, law enforcement agencies, decision makers, sturgeon breeders and caviar processors and traders in Romania and Bulgaria. The project is aligned with the “Action Plan for the conservation of sturgeons (Acipenseridae) in the Danube River Basin”, adopted by the Council of Europe in 2005.

The website presents information about the project and its activities. The website also provides the back-office with a complete CMS for the entire content. Bulgarian and Romanian version of the website were launched in January 2013.


Graphic design concept: Loopink
Website interface (front-end development), custom WordPress theme development: Pixelflower

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