Wilderness Days registration has started

The Nationalpark Hohe Tauern in Austria will host the first annual conference of the European Wilderness Society dedicated to sharing knowledge, information, scientific results and best practice examples on European Wilderness.

Members of the EU Commission, notable scientists, representatives of governments and numerous protected areas managers will present and listen to on how to get the society in the protection of wilderness more involved, European Wilderness Policy, Wilderness and the Natura2000 Network, Monitoring Wilderness, how Germany, Austria, Ukraine, Romania, Italy and Scotland protect wilderness and much more…

During the Wilderness Days, you will also have the chance to inform yourself about the implications of the new European Wilderness Quality Standards and Audit System as well as provide input to the Draft European Wilderness Convention. This Convention will be presented in 2015 to the European Council and the EU Commission. As a special feature we will also have a presentation on the radioactive effect on Wildlife in Chernobyl.

Save € 50 with an Earlybird registration

Take advantage of the Earlybird Savings and register now. The conference fee includes several amenities like dinner, extended coffee breaks with snacks and lunch. In addition the fieldtrip to the glacier wilderness is also included. All conference material and a special gift are presented at the conference during registration. Help us make these wilderness days the first of many annual conference in Europe. Invite fellow wilderness advocates to come and attend.

All the details please visit the Website of the European Academy Wilderness Days

Max A.E. Rossberg

Max A. E. Rossberg is an avid WIlderness Advocates with extensive experience in Sustainable Tourism Strategies and Multistakeholder planning processes.

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