Riaño, 16 June 2020 - The first European bison calf is born in the Riaño mountains in unprecedented wild conditions, similar to those 12,000 years ago when the bison roamed these mountains freely. The newborn calf was born out of a herd of European bison, introduced...
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.
Ecosystem restoration as a strategic response to mitigation and management of Covid-19 and other zoonotic diseases
Zoonotic diseases – diseases that pass from an animal to a human – have gained international attention in recent years (UNEP, 2020). Globally, there is a growing concern about the zoonotic origins of many global pandemics. Increasing human-animal interactions are...
Global Charter for Rewilding the Earth: a joined strategy for the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
True Nature Foundation has endorsed the Global Charter for Rewilding the Earth, an outcome of the 11th World Wilderness Congress process. This important new Charter was officially launched on April 16 2020. At this time 96 organisations from across the world have...