Can We Stop Trying to Control Nature?

This post is an excerpt from an article from the International Journal of Wilderness (April 2000, vol.6 no.1 ) by James M. Glover.  I think you will enjoy his insight into what it means to control nature, and if indeed we can protect land without controlling nature....

SALT – First Russian film featuring Sea Kayaking

I just got an email from Ann Zavadskaya, who I met at WILD9 through the WILD9 Young Professionals Program, about the first Russian movie on sea kayaking.  It’s a non-commercial movie, so it can be seen online and downloaded by anyone who’s interested! ...

New Year = New Videos

To start the new year right, we have a great new posting of WILD9 videos, featuring the plenary sessions on Communicating Conservation and Wilderness, Wilderness and Water in Mexico, and Wilderness in Europe.  This week we posted: Boyd Norton, writer, photographer,...
After Copenhagen – Suspended Animation

After Copenhagen – Suspended Animation

Fortunately, none of the 120 or so heads of state in Copenhagen pretended that the climate talks in Copenhagen (the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change or “COP 15”) were a big success. Any attempt...

Update on the Elephants of Pafuri

As mentioned in previous posts, WILD is involved with a project to track elephant movements in Pafuri (a region of Kruger National Park) lead by Wilderness Safari Wildlife Trust.  We received an update on the collaring project, which tracks the elephant’s...
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