Announcing WILD Cities’ Urban Allies Campaign

In today’s world, cities are growing both in geographic size and population and often occupy the most attractive habitat available in a given area. The UN DESA report from 2014 estimates that 66% of the world’s population will be living in cities by 2050 and this...

“NoGo” Part 3: NoGo Now!

“NoGo” – Creating a nature-bank to guarantee human well-being. Part 3 (concluding)—NoGo Now! “NoGo” is a principle of nature conservation that affirms what should be obvious, that formally protected nature areas (such as national parks and wildlife refuges) and...

2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress

It’s a frequent question we hear at WILD: what actually happens at international environmental gatherings? And does any of it actually help wild nature? It is my pleasure to report that, yes! WILD actually uses the international forum provided by such events to...

Exploring the Urban Wilderness on September 2nd

On Friday, September 2nd, the WILD Foundation is teaming up with the Boulder Photo Festival (BPF) and Rayback Collective to curate a WILD Cities themed photo gallery which will unmask the multitude of ways people experience wild nature within their own cities. The...

Be Part of the Solution on World Elephant Day

Right now, as you read this blog celebrating World Elephant Day, there are real individuals in the remote villages of West Africa, building a future for elephants. Unfortunately, their actions come at a high price: by working to save elephants, West African villagers...

Next Steps for Realizing a Sustainable Future: Video

In a perfect world, no one would ever feel lonely or too small to take on the complex collective challenges we face. And on the evening of July 25th at the Macky Auditorium, for a 2.5 hour period the WILD Foundation and the International Society for Systems Sciences...
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