Today we are releasing two new and up to date Wilderness Briefs about Uholka Shyrokyy Luh in Ukraine – for the Wilderness and the
The U.S. Forest Service, in cooperation with the European Wilderness Society, is able to host several European Rangers from the European Wilderness Network at
We are inviting you to apply and become our next volunteer for 12 months starting June 2019!
On 21 of December, 2018 Government of Ukraine approved a plan of measures to preserve the Ukrainian part of the UNESCO World Heritage site
This year’s edition of WILDArt will take place in Italy, organised together with the management of Majella National Park, are you ready?
This year is we are celebrating Wilderness across the world, with anniversaries, events, workshops, activities, audits and much more!
This year the European Wilderness Society has been very successful. We have grown in many directions, and set many plans and projects into motion
From 17th to 18th December 2018 the 9th meeting of the Carpathian Convention Implementation Committee (CCIC) took place in Vienna. The Carpathian Convention is a consortium of the seven Carpatian countries (Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Romania and Serbia) to foster the sustainable development and protection of the Carpathian region.
At the Carpathian Convention in Austria, and Svydovets seminar in Ukraine, it was once again made clear why we must protect the Svydovets mountains.
In the last two weeks, Aevis Foundation, Slovakia, has organised a series of five meetings about natural tourism in Slovakia. This was part of
Greta Thunberg is a 15 year old that became a symbol for youth activism for skipping school to protest about climate change. She spoke
We need your help. Wilderness is being destroyed all over Europe by destructive acts such as deforestation, construction work and urbanisation. Now more than
An important element of UNESCO is their project ‘Man and the Biosphere Programme’. This is at the core of the work that UNESCO does, and
Do untouched, unrecognised and uncovered places in nature still exist in Slovakia? And if so, how do we use their natural potential whilst still
The 15 960 ha Majella Wilderness zone is located in the core zone of the Majella National Park, located in the southern Abruzzo Region
The news channel ARTE published a critical documentary on the effectiveness of the FSC eco-label. FSC, standing for Forest Stewardship Council, has a widely-known
One of the educational projects from the European Wilderness Society is Let’s get Wild! This month we had another highlight in the project: the educational
Dear Wilderness Friends. The European Wilderness Academy Days 2019 will be taking place 27-29th May 2019, in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Lungau, Austria. We will
The situation in Romania’s virgin forests is not good, and many forests are currently victims of illegal logging. For example elsewhere on our website,
Have you always wondered why Wilderness in Europe is so important? Or why it is necessary to have a common European Wilderness Definition? We