The WWC Chronicles – Carla Mora-Trejos

My experience at the Wilderness Management Seminar and WILD9, Carla Mora-Trejos, Clemson University Graduate Student I visited wilderness in my home country, and in one of these places I found a reason to live, it showed me where I am supposed to go. Unfortunately,...

The WWC Chronicles: Tina Tin

Tina Tin, freelance consultant and an adviser to the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition, participated in the WILD9 Wilderness Management Seminar and Congress at large. Here’s what she has to say….. I’m not exaggerating when I say that the Wilderness...

The WWC Chronicles: Leonel Perales

Mi experiencia en el Congreso Mundial de Tierras Silvestre/ My experience at the 9th World Wilderness Congress: Efrain Leonel Perales, Ecology Student at Sonora University; Comcaac Community member Desde el momento de que me llego la invitación para ir al congreso,...

Take your kids on an Earth Adventure without leaving home!

WILD’s good friends and partners at Ms. Maggie’s Earth Adventures just posted a great new lesson on Nomkhulubwane, the stunning elephant sculpture created by Andries Botha which traveled to WILD9 as a symbol of connectivity and sustainability.  The...

International League of Conservation Writers

One of the many outcomes from WILD9, the 9th World Wilderness Congress (6-13 November 2009, Merida, Mexico), was the formation of the International League of Conservation Writers.  A development of the 3-day Writers Seminar Series, an esteemed group of environmental...

WILD9 Videos and Powerpoint Presentations

This week we posted handful of new WILD9 videos and have also started to add select power-point presentations to video pages, so that you can hear and see all of the great information presented during WILD9.  This week we added: WILD9 Youth and Young...

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,...

World Wilderness Congress Legends: 1983, Scotland

This photo from the 3rd World Wilderness Congress (Inverness and Findorn, Scotland 1983) shows Ian Player (founder of the WWC, WILD and the members of The Wilderness Network), Sir Laurens van der Post (journalist, humanitarian, philospher, conservationist, etc), and...

Photographer of the Month – Art Wolfe

Over the course of his 30-year career, Art Wolfe, a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers, has worked on every continent and in hundreds of locations. His stunning images interpret and record the world’s fast-disappearing wildlife,...

Photographer of the Month – Thomas Mangelsen

Our July photographer of the month, Thomas Mangelsen, kicks off the next 5 months of blogs featuring the premier photographers who will present at the WILD9 plenary.  Along with many other outcomes for wilderness conservation world-wide, WILD9 promises to be the...
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