The new Corona virus, that has by now killed thousands of people and infected a hundred times more, arose from animals. More precisely, it probably jumped from animals to humans at a wildlife market in
In a world with limited resources, especially time and money, it is important to invest them well. During the current sixth mass extinction, this is especially crucial in conservation, to save as many species as
An interesting article was written by Fred Pearce: Sparing vs. Sharing: The Great Debate Over How to Protect Nature, was published in December 2018 at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. That text
Since 1977, the Wild Foundation has been organizing a World Wilderness Congress for the purpose of providing a public forum to discuss and plan the preservation of nature and healthy human relationships with it. This
Today, 30 years ago, the Berlin Wall that separated the capital city in Western and Eastern Germany fell. Just before the final decline of East Germany, one of the most unique nature reserves was created.
Another Citizens Engagement Activity, organized by our employee and ex-IVY volunteer Hanna Öllös and our current IVY volunteer Jonas Sommer, took place in Slovakia. The event in Slovensky raj National Park focused on the synergy
As European Wilderness Society we are passionate about preserving Europe’s last wild places and their biodiversity as we find it important to keep some land untouched from human influence. But some people might say, why
Conservation optimism In conservation, there are always new depressing reports coming out about how the global biodiversity is declining, and more species are going extinct. This may make conservation seem senseless and drive people to