We Make Nature Smile
Our Foundation is currently achieving significant success with the publication of the online climate information portal www.masfelfok.hu, the only scientific information site on the subject in Hungary, where 60 experts assist the editors and which has become a reference for the Hungarian press, with more than 1200 articles published by various media, regardless of political affiliation. Our Foundation has close links with prominent and respected authors, editors and photographers, which makes it well placed to actively support the production of further climate-nature and environmental publications.
Go along With Nature
Popular Science Education
Since its inception, our Foundation has published more than 5,000 science education articles on green living, economics, transport, renewable energy, environment and conservation on its online and offline platforms.
Professionals working in the science workshop of The Explorer magazine, the Foundation’s predecessor, established the international network of contacts that today enables the Foundation’s experts to maintain contact with and develop their various science outreach projects with the world’s most renowned research institutions, universities, world organisations and think tanks. Our experts are also ready to develop and manage specific scientific, awareness-raising, climate change, environmental and conservation projects on request of external clients
Our organisation is active in publishing, both online and offline, and its Scientific Advisory Board has for many years supported the professional work of The Explorer magazine in Hungary and Bulgaria, which, with more than 60 issues and 10 years of operation, has been one of the leading media for science education in Hungary. During its years of publishing support, the magazine won first prizes in several international photo competitions for its presentation of the hidden treasures of different countries. With the advice and expert assistance of our organisation, he helped to publish more than 40 issues of Ecolife green lifestyle magazine and took an active part in the publication of the book “Window in the Sky”, which was awarded the Diploma of Fine Hungarian Book Art and featured poems by photographer Attila Lóránt and actor Péter Molnár Kállóy.
Our Foundation also provides complete publication design services, as we have in-house resources for the design, typesetting and complete pre-press of The Explorer and Ecolife magazines, and as part of our service framework we also undertake the complete design of colour educational and educational publications for our projects, including printing solutions.
Our experts have worked on the planning, preparation and implementation of complex environmentally conscious events such as the Balaton Regatta, the largest amateur sailing regatta series in Hungary, including the first Green Regatta, the Car Regatta, the Architect Regatta, the Real Estate Regatta and National Regattas. They were the first to organise conferences and thematic events in Hungary, such as the Well Being conference, Green Office Week, the Earth 21 Talks systems innovation conference, and lectures by world-renowned American speakers such as zero waste activist Bea Johnson, neurosurgeon Eben Alexander and cell biologist Bruce Lipton.
Expeditions and Fieldworks
Our expedition specialists Dr. Tamás Elter and Dr. Zsolt Palkó actively helped to organise the First Hungarian Amber Expedition to the Azores and to prepare the First Hungarian Deep Sea Expedition to commemorate the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, with the active support of the Sirsov Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Deep Ocean Expeditions Ltd. under the professional leadership of Professor Anatoly Sagalevich, chief collaborator of James Cameron’s 11 Academy Award-winning film epic “Titanic”. This expedition was preceded by a great deal of media interest in Hungary and abroad, but was postponed due to the failure of the Russian deep-sea submersible sounding probes MIR 1 and MIR 2. However, our Foundation’s expert, former editor-in-chief of The Explorer magazine, Dr. Tamás Elter, has conducted valuable research on the Hungarian victims of the Titanic and we were the first to publish data on the fate of the Hungarian victims and the sacrificial work of Hungarian doctor Dr. Árpád Lengyel, who was actively involved in the rescue.
Our experts followed and reported in colourful material on the Hungarian Dinosaur Expedition of Dr. Attila Ősi, Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, which was dedicated to the Mesozoic part of Hungarian palaeontological research, more specifically to the excavation and study of the remains of organisms found in the sediments of the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods in Hungary. Our experts have extensive experience in organising and conducting further expeditionary research.