European Wilderness Society

December 12, 2013

The European Wilderness Society is a new entity that wants more and better protected wilderness in Europe.

Wilderness in Europe is a concept many do not recognise – yet, untamed, wild natural areas still exist throughout Europe. Wilderness survives in virgin forests, along meandering rivers, in extensive marshlands, high mountains or caves, and under the sea. However, compact, un-fragmented and well-managed wilderness areas are very scarce. We are constantly losing the last fragments of our European wilderness heritage.

The European Wilderness Society is set up by committed individuals and organisation and works to change this aiming to safeguard European wilderness, the continent’s most undisturbed areas of nature for future generation.


Link to the European Wilderness Society 



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