Bucharest City Hall / Primaria Municpiului Bucuresti
Splaiul Independentei nr. 291-293, Sector 6, Bucuresti
Tel: +40 21 305 5500
Fax: +40 21 312 0030
Bucharest City Transport (RATB)
B-dul Dinicu Golescu nr.1,
sector 1 - Bucuresti
Central Contact person: Bucharest Surface Transport Operator
Phone: +401 314 71 30
Fax: +401 311 05 95
Project Contacts: Florin Dragomir, Laurentiu Rizea
Emails: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Bucharest Metro METROREX
B-dul Dinicu Golescu nr 38, RO-79917 Bucuresti, sector 1
Tel: 004 021 319 36 00
Fax: 004 021 312 51 49
Climate Action Network Romania / Retelei de Actiune pentru Clima Romania
7 Armand Calinescu St.
floor 5, ap. 20
Tel: +40 21 314 3960
The Ecological Club of Transylvania
3400, Cluj-Napoca, Sindicatelor St. no.3, app.6
Tel/ Fax: +40-64-431-626
Contact persons: Gabriel Parauan - president, Andrei Kelemen, Dan Craioveanu, Ana-Maria Chiorean, Adrian Ianoliu
The Ecological Club of Transylvania is a non-governmental organization, non-profit having as main purpose the sustainable development of Cluj area, including the Somes Valley and the Apuseni Mountains; the eco-civic education of the population of this region.
Objectives: implementation of an environmental trend aiming to change the personal and collective approach to these subjects; promoting the citizen’s participation in the environmental decision process; support of the environmental reconstruction of the localities from this region; protected area extension and management, promotion of green technologies and of sustainable solutions for reducing pollution; eco-civic youth education; support of local NGOs and development of mechanisms for collaboration; professional advice for youth to take in account environmental options.
Environmental Experts Association / Asociatia Expertilor de Mediu (AEM)
Post: Bdul. Mihail Kogalniceanu nr.55, et.6, ap.34, sector 5, 050104 Bucuresti ROMANIA
Calea Plevnei nr.46-48, corp C, et.1, cam.10, sector 1, 010233 Bucuresti Romania
Tel/Fax: 0040 21 312 51 30
Tel: 0040 21 315 93 19
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Experts Association (EEA) is an independent, non-governmental organization active in the field of environment at the local, regional and national level in Romania and at the international level in Europe. Founded in 2001, EEA is member of the Danube Environmental Forum - DEF (http://www.de-forum.org). EEA represents today a unique inventory of ideas, strategies and best practices gathered together by its members, most of them young professionals and expert practitioners in environment, health, industry, agriculture, energy, transport, law, economics a/o.
Environmental Partnership Foundation - Fundatia Pentru Parteneriat
Str. Harghita 7, sc.A ap.6,
530151 Miercurea - Ciuc,
Email: email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Potozky László, Director
Websites: http://www.epce.ro ; http://www.environmentalpartnership.org
REPF is one of 6 Environmental Partnership Foundations in CEE (Bg, Cz, Hu, Pl, Ro, Sk).
The Romanian Environmental Partnership Foundation (Fundatia pentru Parteneriat) was established as an independent foundation in 1998 and is a member of the Environmental Partnership (EP). The EP supports community based environmental improvement projects in 6 CEE countries. The activities of the foundation are developed based on the principles of sustainable development. The programs of the foundation are designed and implemented to fit within the framework of sustainable development. The programs target and include almost all the stakeholders of society: communities, local authorities, NGOs, business sector, media etc.
Federatia Biciclistilor Din Romania (FBR) / Romanian Cyclists' FederationSoseaua Iancului nr. 100, sector 2
RO-021728 Bucuresti, Romania
Garda Nationala de Mediu / National Environmental Guard
Bd. Unirii 78, BI.J2, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania
Green Revolutionzona Floreasca,
Tel: +40 21 310 63 97
Fax: +40 21 316 28 23
Green Revolution is a member of the European Cyclists' Federation and works to improve the environment in cities through the promotion of cycling as a mode of transport.
393 Calea Grivitei, sector 1, Bucharest, 7000, ROMANIA
Contact Names: George Costache, Grigore Buchi
Tel: 0040 21 316 23 37
Fax: 0040 21 316 13 70
Transport Research Institute - INCERTRANS - is the unique transport research institute of Romania, with the area of activity in sustainable transport development, for infrastructure, operation and management. In compliance with the White Paper of EU for transport policy, environment protection is achieved by multimodal transport as an alternative to road transport. For this reason INCERTRANS has increased its efforts in order to develop the multimodal transport by sea, river and railways.
Incertrans' main R&D areas are:
· Transport Infrastructures · Technical Certifications for infrastructure construction
· Strategic studies for transports and it’s research & development · Laboratory tests
· Materials Technologies · Modal R&D: maritime; inland waterways; road; rail; air; inter modal transport.
· International transport corridors and transport networks. · Inter modal projects development.
· GIS applications. · Master Plan for transport systems.
· Feasibility studies, restructuring and privatization in transport. · Economic and financial analysis for transport companies.
· Transport forecasts planning and modeling. · Traffic engineering and routing.
· Traffic management systems, fleet management. · Telematics.
· Safety and Accidentology. · Transport of hazardous and dangerous goods.
· Sustainability, impact studies and environment balance sheet. · Standard and technical regulations in transports, legislation harmonizing.
· Logistics and marketing in national and international transports. · Human Factor management and training.
· Quality management systems.
Ministry of Environment and Water Management / Ministrul Mediului oi Gospodaririi Apelor (MMGA)
B-dul Libertatii nr. 12, Sec. 5
Ministry of Health / Ministerul Sanatatii
Str. Ministerului nr.1-3 sector 1 cod 010024, Bucharest, Romania
Dr. Daniela GRESIE
Tel: +401 313 1452
Fax: +401 313 1452
Tel (central): +4 021 3072 500; +4 021 3072 600
Ministry of Transport, Construction and Tourism / Ministerul Transporturilor, Constructiilor si Turismului
38, Bvd. Dinicu Golescu
RO 77113 Bucharest
Ms. Dana Constantinescu (General Director)
Department for EU and International Co-ordination
Tel: 0040 21 222 3628; 0040 21 223 2981 (central)
Fax: 0040 21 223 0272
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
National Environmental Protection Agency / Agentia Nationala pentru Protectia Mediului
Splaiul Independentei, nr.294
Corp B, Sector 6
Bucure?ti, Cod 060031
Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.anpm.ro/
Romanian NGO Portal developed by StrawberryNet (see entry below). Information from and for the non-profit civil sector in Romania, including environment and sustainable development. Hosting assistance by UNEP GRID Arendal.
4000 Sfîntu Gheorghe
O.P. 1, C.P. 24
Körösi Cs. Sándor Str. 6
Tel/Fax: +40 267 312238
National Centre for Sustainable Development / Centrul National pentru Dezvoltare Durabila (CNDD)
Str. Alexandru Philippide 15
Sector 2, Bucuresti
Tel: + 40 (1) 201-14-10
Fax: + 40 (1) 201-14-02
The National Center for Sustainable Development (CNDD) was established in 1997 under the aegis of the Romanian Academy and UNDP’s financial support (Project ROM/97/015). After gaining full maturity in its activities and vision, NCSD became an independent Romanian Non Governmental Organization. It is based in Bucharest and it is recognized by the Government to be the only agency in the country dealing with sustainable development issues.
Pro Natura - UNESCO
Calea Plevnei 61, Bucharest, Romania
President: Maxim Iurie
Vice president: Burdusel Emilian
Work in the field of nature conservation, more specifically in managing protected areas - visitor impact management. Their main programme is in Retezat National Park, the first park established in Romania. Recent projects have included: reduction of tourism impact in protected areas; general ecological education in the field of nature conservation; lobbying through developing partnerships with local and central authorities; small-scale restoration of natural habitats affected by tourism; encouraging the participation and involvement of local communities in ecotorism and related activities to ensure sustainable rural development; reducing impact of grazing and related activities on alpine pastures. Pro Natura is a member of IUCN.
REC - Regional Environmental Centre - Romania
Str. Episcop Timus nr. 4, et. 1
Tel: 0040-21-316 7344; 0040-21-316 7345
Fax: 0040-21-316 7264
Lucian Ionescu, Director
Magda Chitu, Project Manager
Oana Penu, Project Coordinator
Romanian Railways - Calea Feroviarã Romanã (CFR)
CFR comprises the following component parts:
CFR S.A. is the national infrastructure manager responsible for the public rail infrastructure, provided for the train operating companies.
CFR Marfã is the national freight train operating company resulting from the break up of SNCFR and the dominant actor on the freight market.
Informaticã Feroviarã is a commercial company which provides IT infrastructure and application services for the rail sector. The company also develops, sells and operates transport-specific application software.
Autoritatea Feroviarã Romanã (AFER)- Romanian Rail Authority. A specialised body for the exclusive regulatory competances for the rail sector. AFER is subordinated to the Ministry of Transport.
Societatea Ornitologica Romana (SOR) / Romanian Ornithological SocietyBd. Hristo Botev, ne 3, ap. 6,
520100 Sfîntu Gheorghe
O.P. 1, C.P. 24
str. Körösi Cs. Sándor 6.
Tel/Fax: +40 267 351297
StrawberryNet is an NGO network promoting the protection of environment, sustainable development, democracy, human rights in Romania. See above for its NGO information page.
5a 1 Mai Boulevard
Contact: Dan Dura
Tel: +40 72 2620020
Fax: +40 23 0520593
TERRA Mileniul III
116B, George Missail Street,
1st District, 011544, Bucharest
Phone: +40 (0)21 314 12 27
Fax: +40 (0)21 300 37 00
The mission of TERRA Mileniul III is to develop ecological programmes for raising public awareness on climate change issues; to promote programmes for sustainable development on a national, regional and global level. The scope of the organisation is to develop: • Activities and programmes for environmental protection on a local, regional and global level with the main focus on mitigating the effects of climate change phenomena; • Educational activities; • Common programmes with similar international organisations in the social, educational and environmental protection fields; • Scientific research activities for environmental protection.
TERRA Mileniul III is CEE Bankwatch's Romanian member
Timisoara Transport - Regia Autonoma de Transport Timisoara (RATT)
Bl. Take Ionescu nr. 56, cod 300074, Timisoara - Timis
Tel: 277700 - central
277710 - director general
In 2004 RATT made the acquisition of 6 Berliet trolleybuses (second-hand); 11 buses (second-hand); 5 trams from Germany (second-hand). In 2005 the following stock were acquired - 5 trams from Germany (second-hand); 17 buses (second-hand); and 50 new buses acquisitioned by City Hall of Timisoara.
Bdul 21 Decembrie 1989 nr 128-130, camera 309
400604, Cluj-Napoca, România
Tel: +40 (0)364 411 208
Fax: +40 (0)364 411 209
WWF - Romania
WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme Office (DCPO) / WWF Programul Dun?re-Carpa?i
Str. Ioan Caragea Vod?, nr. 26, Corp A
Sector 1, Bucure?ti, cod 010537
Tel.: +40 21 317 49 96
Fax: +40 21 317 49 97