july, 2020

2020thu09jul15:0016:00RescheduledVirtual EventTourism in Wilderness areas15:00 - 16:00 CET Event Organized By: European Wilderness Society Event:Webinars

Event Details

Wilderness and protected areas are facing challenges with visitors and tourism, as more and more people are interested in seeing and experiencing the wild. However, a visitor and recreation plan is required in order to reduce human impact. Therefore, in course of this webinar ‘Wilderness and tourism’, we provide an opportunity to learn about adequate tourism management in Wilderness, that allows to experience solitude and a sense of Wilderness and at the same time aims to minimise human disturbance and modification.

Time

(Thursday) 15:00 - 16:00 CET

Virtual Event Details

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Speakers for this event

  • Max A E Rossberg

    Max A E Rossberg

    Chairman of the European Wilderness Society

    Max Rossberg gained his international marketing expertise by graduating with a Bachelor in Commerce in International Business and a Master of Management Science in International Marketing at the Sprot School of Business at the Carleton University, Canada. He then joined after his graduation international corporations in Germany, Holland, Sweden, Spain, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Canada and Ireland. As the chairman of the European Wilderness Society he is based in UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Lungau in the Austrian Alps, from where he works and travel throughout Europe.

    URL https://wilderness-society.org/the-european-wilderness-society-team/max-e-rossberg/

    Chairman of the European Wilderness Society

  • 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

Organizer

European Wilderness SocietyMax A E Rossberg Dechant Franz Fuchs Str. 5

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