Following the invitation of Gregor Louisoder Umweltstiftung, Nick Huisman and Franziska Maier, were finding their way through the big city-jungle of Munich to join the
Why is an important to talk about wilderness? Recently I was exposed to the question why European Wilderness Society is focusing so much on
The New Year’s Resolution for Wilderness! 2015 will mark the middle of the UN Decade on Biodiversity, which aims at promoting the concept of
According to the European Environmental Agency report on protected areas in Europe (October 2012), 21% of Europe’s land territory is protected. The protection is
Working for the protection of wilderness as an urban citizen! Make the Earth Day in 2014 a wild day
Wilderness protection requires more attention and there are several people across Europe working on generating the necessary public attention. There is time now to
Our team at the European Wildernsss Society was wondering how the Earth Hour can actually benefit Europe’s wilderness.
The picture drawn at the conference is not really nice about our behaviour.
Conservation groups furious as government allows limited hunting of protected grey wolf amid rise in attacks on farm animals.
The Board of our society decided to join Europe’s new conservation vision on the 16th of January (see here). This decision not only meant that our entity signed up for The Vision for a Wilder Europe document, but also an active contribution to the actions defined in this vision.
The European Wilderness Society is quite a new initiative, which is very much based on the enthusiasm of a few individuals who are committed
Do you happen to know a wilderness area in the European Union which present a best practice example of management? Here comes the opportunity