Wilderness offers opportunities to research the unique attributes of nature and natural processes. Wilderness research and monitoring allows park managers to steward Wilderness and
We are often asked what the benefits of Wilderness are, not only for biodiversity but for society in general. This process is reflecting a growing
6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas National Parks Austria and Hohe Tauern National Park are pleased to announce the 6th International Symposium for
Wilderness conservation in rural Europe affects rural areas. Sarah Guhr, from University of Edinburgh in her interesting dissertation work focused on wilderness conservation in rural Europe and
The article `Blood does not buy goodwill: allowing culling increases poaching of a large carnivore`was published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B
The failure of wolf culling and the role of media! …a correct and balanced information and need to “sell a story” may be in
Wilderness is so important to the challenges of modern days and young people are more and more aware of that! Some just because they
Three species of wildcats found Europe as their homeland: Wildcat (Felis silvestris), Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx) and Iberian Lynx (Lynx pardinus). The European wildcat
The European Environmental Agency published the conservation status of habitat types and species under the Article 17, Habitats Directive 92/43/EEC on 13 February 2015.
According to the 3rd Global Biodiversity Outlook report published in 2010 mentioned the opportunity to restore wilderness (aka rewilding) 100,000 km2 in Europe. While
Friend of wilderness Mrs. Jasna Jeremić sent us an interesting news on the subject: humans, large predators and landscape. The news is describing how
The Revisiting Leopold report has recently been featured in the IUCN’s Parks Journal. A whole magazine dedicated to launch a new report, which might
Abstract of a Scientific paper published February 2012 by Gro Kvelprud Moen, Ole-Gunnar Støen, Veronica Sahle ́n, and Jon E. Swenson Successful management has
The University of Leeds has unveiled the first comprehensive survey of Europe’s remaining wilderness areas. Today, just 1-2% of the EU’s land area is
A recent CEEWEB publication are focusing on forests wilderness, dead wood and non-intervention management! Forest and other wooded land are covering more than 40%
A European Union co-funded research found widespread evidences of garbage in the ocean around Europe. Every sampling location has already been trashed before discovered!
Future generations will pay the true price of human caused climate change. Therefore they have to be better informed about the conequences of releasing CO2 into the atmosphere.
Our Society welcomes the return of wolf to Czech Republic as another great conservation success. However we have to prepare the society to accept the feared animal as part of the Czech landscape.
A recent scientific study shows increase of wild ungulate population in Aragon, Spain. However further research is needed to prove the reasons of this wildlife number increase.
The Baltic Sea is suffering from a lack of oxygen. Poor oxygen conditions on the seabed are killing animals and plants, and experts are