The series of films launched by the Foundation Conservation Carpathia, produced by 2Celsius and hosted by Prof. Dr. Laszlo Rakosy, presents the fauna and flora of the Făgăraș Mountains, the results of FCC activities and the ambitious future plans of the foundation.
Foundation Conservation Carpathia (FCC) is developing an unprecedented conservation and sustainable development project in the Făgăraș Mountains. The Carpathian Mountains are covered by some of the largest wild forests on the continent. Here is also the highest density of virgin forests in Europe, while being the last shelter for the largest populations of large carnivores on the continent. The ultimate goal of the FCC is to create the largest, most protected green area in Europe, where humans and nature have a common future.
FCC brings to life biodiversity hotspots in the Făgăraș Mountains, through the activities of restoring forests and alpine pastures, but also by protecting the still unaffected areas. The first actions took place in 2012, and from one year to the next the FCC’s efforts received an increasing echo. The projects include the creation of nurseries, ecological reconstruction actions, forest management and other measures to support a more balanced and healthy ecosystem.
The ultimate goal of the FCC is to create the largest, most protected green area in Europe, where humans and nature have a common future.