Partnership extended between Rewilding Europe and WILD

The WILD Foundation and Rewilding Europe have extended their partnership by signing a ‘Collaborative Conservation Agreement’ for 2014-2015. The partnership will build on the successful cooperation thus far and will focus on building further upon the results of WILD10...

In Celebration of Rewilding Europe

WILD/Wilderness Conservation Painting Expeditions Silent, motionless, perched on a ledge at Las Batuecas (Spain), intent on capturing nuances of ancient lines that depict the might and manner of wild goats, I gain awareness of a large bird, voicing its coarse,...

Return of the Auroch to Central Europe

The main icon for WILD10 is the auroch, the large, wild bovine herbivore that roamed Europe for many thousands of years, shaping the landscape,  until it was extirpated almost 400 years ago. The artistic impression we use (created by Jaime Rojo) is from one of the...

A WILD week in Madrid…

People often ask me “What do you actually do? …usually thinking that I must spend all my time in the wild, with wildlife, whatever.  Well, though my work is for wildness, it is mostly with people, because that is where the change needs to happen.  It is usually slow...

Wild Wonders of Europe comes to Madrid!

Opening at El Retiro Park, Madrid — 25 September 2012 Save the date! The landmark outdoor photo exhibition, Wild Wonders of Europe (WWE) is coming to El Retiro Park in central Madrid, Spain on Tuesday, 25 September 2012. Staffan Widstrand, WWE Managing Director,...

WILD10: Save the date!

WILD10, The 10th World Wilderness Congress , Salamanca, Spain, 4-10 October 2013! The WILD10 process is well underway in Europe. The Spanish Ministry of Agriculture and Environment (newly reconstituted) is the national host,  having provided some of the start-up funds...

Free WILD9 publication now available for download

WILD9 technical proceedings,  Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness—9th World Wilderness Congress (Mexico, 2009) are now available for no charge by download or order form! WILD9 met in Meridá, Yucatán, Mexico in 2009. The symposium on science and...

Science & Stewardship to Protect Wilderness Values

The Science & Stewardship Symposium was a core part of WILD9, the 9th World Wilderness Congress (2009, Mexico). One outcome of the symposium is a free, online publication which compiles proceedings of the symposium (also available in print).  The symposium and...

Exploring Wilderness, Reflections on Body Painting

The landscape of the human body is a “wilderness” in its own right. For longer than anything else created by wild nature, the bodyscape has been a place of exploration and a source of continuous experiential revelation, as well as an object of adornment, abuse, and...
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