17 Jun. 2010

Tree of the Year Hungary

We announce the Tree of the Year contest in Hungary for the first time. Any individual, informal group and organization can nominate their favourite tree whith a story. With the contest we participate in the European Tree of the Year competition.

11 Jan. 2010

Land with double prelude

Hungarian contemporary artists have offered their works for our auction. The income of the event will support nature protection and rehabilitation programs. The list of artists and the pictures have been exhibited in the Dorottya gallery. Click here to see the pictures

7 Jan. 2010

Annual Report

Our annual report of 2006 has just been published in electronic format. To see the report follow this link

7 Jan. 2010


Environmental Partnership for Sustainable Development Association & Central European University invite you to their Open Forum about „Grassroots movements and regional cooperation in Central Europe after 2000”. 31 October 2007 (Wednesday), 3 to 6 p.m.

7 Jan. 2010

Real Civic Partnership Prize

Civil organisations are welcome to nominate local governments and regional administrative institutions which are maintaining outstanding partnerships with non-governmental organisations. More info in Hungarian

7 Jan. 2010

Changes in the life of the foundation

At its annual session on the 20th of February, the Board of Trustees - besides other issues - have decided about the management of the foundation too. Zsuzsa Foltányi, director of the foundation over the last 15 years, resigned due to private reasons.

15 Dec. 2009

Support from the American International School of Budapest

The American International School of Budapest chose Ökotárs to be the beneficiary of their annual fundraising action in 2009. The students collected more than 200 000 Forint s during the Blue Ribbon Week and from the sales of a theater show by "The Terrible Umbilical Brothers".

15 Dec. 2009

Green Area Program

EPSD and MOL-group have announced joint program to support the creation, improvement and rehabiltation of green public spaces in Hungary, Slovakia, Romania. The offer was open to all organisations planning to rehabilitate at least 1,500 square metres of continuous green belt, providing at least 50 people are involved in the venture.