Global Landscapes Forum community urges seven ways to harness the power of landscapes to safeguard biodiversity BONN, Germany – As the world wakes up to the strong links between biodiversity loss, global pandemics such as COVID-19, and climate change, the Global...
First wild wolf cubs born in the Netherlands in more than 100 years
Ecosystem restoration as a strategic response to address the climate change and extinction crisis.
Our projects align the ongoing needs of rural communities with the health of the landscape and wildlife populations, providing a pragmatic approach to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and supporting the global health, climate change and biodiversity conservation agenda.
The European bison (Bison bonasus), Europe’s largest land mammal, has moved from Vulnerable to Near Threatened thanks to continued conservation efforts, according to today’s update of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™. With this update, 31 species also move...
Rewilding Iberia Rewilding represents a new viewpoint on nature conservation, reaching beyond to bring a more functional vision and moving into notions of rural development and reconnecting people with nature and wildness. The concept originated in North America in...