European Wilderness Network: Europe's North

2020tue14apr15:00tue16:00European Wilderness Network: Europe's NorthWebinar15:00 - 16:00(GMT+02:00) View in my timeConferenceWebinars

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In the past years, more than 41 Wilderness Areas from 17 countries joined the European Wilderness Network. The European Wilderness Network is therefore Europe’s and one of the world’s largest Network of Wilderness areas. The team of the European Wilderness Society visited each of theses the wildest places in Europe in the last years. We meticulously researched, personally visited, audited and certified each Wilderness on whether it complies with the European Wilderness Quality Standard and Audit System developed and updated by more than 230 Wilderness advocates.

All Wilderness, WILDForests, WILDRivers, WILDIslands and WILDCoasts in the European Wilderness Network are unique and represent the best and wildest places in Europe. They cover a multitude of different habitats, are all governed by natural processes and non-intervention stewardship techniques. These areas are worth a trip to visit to see how nature thrives without us, humans interfering.

We will share the European Wilderness with you, to share with you the wildness of our civilised continent. The first webinar will take you to explore the Wilderness in the north, ranging from Germany to the Scandinavian tundra. Join us to learn more about these unique places!


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(Tuesday) 15:00 - 16:00 CET(GMT+02:00) View in my time

Speakers for this event

  • Vlado Vancura

    Vlado Vancura

    Vice-chairman of the European Wilderness Society

    Vlado Vancura gained his international nature and forestry expertise by graduating from the Forest University and Natural Resources Management, in Zvolen, Slovakia. In the following several decades he collected extensive experience with Wilderness and natural resources management all across the world. He worked in numerous nature oriented jobs as a full time, seasonal or free lance consultant in Slovakia, Russia, Hungary, United States with the U.S. National Park Service and in Canada with Parks Canada.

    As the deputy chairman of the European Wilderness Society he is based in the Slovakian part of Carpathian Mountains, right at the edge of the famous Tatras National Park. His enthusiasm motivate various groups and stakeholders to contribute to the protection of European Wilderness Heritage and encourage them to become a Wilderness Advocate.

    Vice-chairman of the European Wilderness Society

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