The Yawanawá people live in western Brazil, close to the Peruvian border. The Yawanawá culture revolves around their strong relationship with nature.
In a historic vote on July 28, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the universal human right to a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment.
Through this Q&A with Camille Rivera, dive into the story of the creation of Oceanus Conservation and the relationship between humans and nature.
Dive into this ode to natural elements, our connection to them, and the solutions to face the climate and biodiversity crisis through this Q&A with Tessel van der Putte.
The first Africa Protected Areas Congress concluded last weekend, reaching a new milestone for Africa and global nature conservation.
The Mali Elephant Project illustrates that, to support their people, they can’t afford not to.
5 REASONS TO REWILD: In Celebration of World Rewilding Day, Let’s Celebrate Some of the Many Reasons for Rewilding
Happy World Rewilding Day! If you don’t already know, rewilding is a conservation practice that focuses on letting nature take care of itself.
Culture is the cornerstone and the essential building block of all human societies. The wealth and health of a culture is in its communication, and language is the basic currency.
The WILD Foundation is calling for all of us to honor the lives and spirits of Thomas Lovejoy and E.O. Wilson by paying heed to and championing their vision to protect Half of Earth’s lands and seas and save life on Earth as we know it.
WILD is linking people around the world with the effort to restore traditional lands to the Yawanawa People. And you can help!