Marine Protection and Traditional Knowledge

On many of the Pacific Islands, traditional knowledge of managing marine resources is passed down from generation to generation.  This knowledge is critical to the future health of these marine ecosystems, but with new environmental challenges and threats there is an...

Celebrate Biodiversity!

This week, the Convention on Biological Diversity issued a press release highlighting some of the global celebrations of the International Year of Biodiversity 2010.  WILD is proud to be an IYB partner and recognizes the importance of biodiversity.  Here are a few...

Want to see Europe’s Wilderness?

Our partners at PAN Parks have just launched a new campaign to raise awareness and appreciation for Europe’s wild-places.  Each week for 11 weeks, PAN Parks will give away prizes leading up to the grand prize of a one week holiday in Majella National Park,...

Philanthropiece – Piecing together a better world

Last week I had the great honor of hosting Katie Doyle Myers (Director of Programs) and two very bright interns from Philanthropiece for lunch at WILD.  (I shouldn’t actually say “hosting,” because they brought lunch – sushi, yum!)  It was a...

The Healing Power of Nature

The WILD Foundation and our sister organizations in The Wilderness Network were founded on the core belief that wilderness is an essential part of a healthy and sane society.  Dr. Ian Player, founder of the organizations within the network, pioneered interracial...
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