Update: the complete article “A Disgraced Ukrainian Oligarch’s Bizarre Ski Resort Plan” of New York Times can be found here. Recently European Wilderness Society contributed to the extended interview of the New York Times about
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.
The European Wilderness Society recently visited the Svydovets massif in the Ukrainian Carpathians. The area is currently highly disputed because of a proposed mega-ski resort, offering recreation for up to 28 000 visitors per day.
After an intensive but very successful and inspiring week in the Synevyr National Nature Park, where the very first international WILDArt Plein Air event took place, European Wilderness Society´s Wilderness auditors continued their Audit at
European Wilderness Society is keeping an eye on the progress regarding a planned huge ski resort in the Ukrainian Carpathians. The Initiative group FREE Svydovets but also supporters of the resort building made a number
We are sure that you are already aware of the plans to build a huge ski resort ecological in an important valuable part of theUkrainian Carpathians, more specifically the north-central part of the Svydovetsky Massif