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European Wilderness
The European Wilderness Society is the only Pan-European, wilderness and environmental advocacy non-profit non-government organization.
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The European Wildernes Society team hiked high up to the core zone of Triglav National Park to explore the potential Wilderness there.
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European Wilderness Jul 22
The European Wilderness Society is excited about 'Barrier Tracker' developed by AMBER - Adaptive Management of Barriers in European Rivers
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European Wilderness Jul 22
The European Wilderness Society team visited the Val Alba Nature reserve in Italy to search for Wilderness potential.
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European Wilderness Jul 18
European Wilderness Society paid a visit to a potential Wilderness area in Prealpi Giulie Nature Park, situated in north-eastern Italy.
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European Wilderness Jul 17
The lead partner of the Interreg project BEECH POWER, Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, is looking for an Interreg Youth Volunteer!
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European Wilderness Jul 17
The European WIlderness Society participated at Students for Rivers Camp, aiming to create a network of young river conservationists.
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European Wilderness Jul 17
The European Wilderness Society continues to develop exchange programmes between Wilderness Experts and Advocates.
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European Wilderness Jul 15
Just recently we received the sad news that Vano Kupradze tragically died fighting against wildfire in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, Georgia. His colleagues have put together a short text to remember his heroism, commitment and…
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European Wilderness Jul 14
Despite continuously high extinction rates, there are many successful conservation stories that give hope for world's biodiversity.
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European Wilderness Jul 10
Tourists can have a big impact on World Heritage sites, so smart and sustainable tourism management is crucial.
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European Wilderness Jul 10
The German Ministry for the Environment will invest €10 Million every year for non-governmental organisations to create new Wilderness.
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European Wilderness Jul 10
Bears can negatively impact lynx population caused by the feeding of lynx to improve their survival rate. Best solution is to stop the feeding of lynx and this bears.
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European Wilderness Jul 9
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European Wilderness Jul 8
Preapli Giulie National Park in Italy received the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve label and is home to the potential Prealpi Giulie Wilderness.
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European Wilderness Jul 7
The boomerang of bear and wolf cull in Slovenia
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European Wilderness Jul 4
European Alliance for Wolf Conservation
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European Wilderness Jul 4
We are pleased to announce the winners of our photo competition, who took stunning photos of wilderness, wildlife and wild people.
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European Wilderness Jul 2
Many still think that although natural processes are self-propelled, nature still needs human intervention and maintenance. Let's explore the forms of harm sanitary logging can bring to ecosystems.
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European Wilderness Jul 1
Recently, one lynx has been translocated to Slovenia and Croatia each, in efforts to conserve the dinaric-SE Alpine lynx population.
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European Wilderness Jun 30
The EU, responsible for almost 10% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, failed to agree on a date for achieving carbon neutrality.
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