Can We Let Wilderness Just Be Wilderness?

This post was written by Chad Dawson and published in the April 2005 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness.  The full April 2005 issues, as well as full issues from 1995-2007 are available for free download in the IJW Archives. Whether you take a quick or a...

The Serengeti Highway

I spoke with Boyd Norton, friend of WILD, world-class photographers and passionate conservationist, yesterday about the urgent issue threatening the Serengeti (Tanzania and Kenya). About a week ago, he returned from leading one of his photo tours in Serengeti, a...

Nom-Koo’s Visit to Chicago

Nomkhubulwane, the life-size elephant sculpture made by renowned South African artist Andries Botha, arrived in Chicago on 28 May, after visiting sevearl other cities in North America including Juarez, Mexico and Detroit, Michigan. This week, there are several...

Many species, One planet, One future

World Environment Day, 2010, has the theme “Many species, one planet, one future” and the events and celebrations around the world echo this important, and timely, theme.  Interestingly enough, World Environment Day (5 June) an initiative of the United...
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