Rewilding for Our Health – Interview with Amy Lewis

WILD’s Social Media Specialist, Savannah Manning, asked Amy Lewis, WILD’s Vice President of Policy and Communications, about the connection between rewilding and our health.

If Quarantine Makes You Feel Isolated, Just Think How Wildlife Feels Every Day

Every year the destruction of habitat isolates and confines wild animals to smaller and smaller places. Through rewilding we can expand wild areas for the benefit of both human health and wildlife.

The Best Climate Change Solution Already Exists, Unfortunately it’s Under Attack.

Not Fun Fact – Continuing to encroach upon boreal forests, tropical forests, or really any other wild landscape destroys our greatest allies in the fight to stabilize the climate emergency.

A Night in Johannesburg

Tonight we landed in Johannesburg, after a long series of flights from Denver. We are staying with Vance’s good friend Sven Kreher. Sven and his...

What is Marine Wilderness?

We have a pretty good idea of what we mean by “wilderness” on land, but not nearly so much when we look toward the sea. We have called...

2010 Year in Review

It’s been a busy year here at WILD….a lot to recap. AND, we’re moving into 20111 with gusto! Below, I’ve copied our annual...

Bright Young Star in India

When in India you meet with effective young professionals making a real difference in nature conservation, most of them have a one thing in...

A Letter to My Friends in Wilderness

This article by the late George Duffy (retired U.S. Forest Service wilderness ranger) appears in the newest issue of the International Journal of...

Action for Mexico’s Water Forest

On 12 July, land owners conservationists, government authorities, national and international conservation organizations, scientists and business...

What does TV teach us about wildlife?

An interesting article in the Huffington Post yesterday brought up an interesting conversation – one which I have personally contemplated for...