Tag: People behind Rewilding Europe
The US-based Society for Marine Mammalogy presents the “Conservation Merit” award to Karamanlidis for his work to protect the endangered Mediterranean monk seal.
We are thrilled to announce that Paul Jepson has joined Rewilding Europe’s Supervisory Board since April this year. The appointment formalises the hugely valuable and ongoing contribution of this leading British conservationist, geographer and ornithologist to rewilding.
We are very happy to announce the further extension of the Rewilding Europe Circle with two new members: Mrs Paula Sarmento from Portugal and Mr Ignace Schops from Belgium. They join the Circle, which now counts 11 members that champion and support our initiative in the widest sense possible.
Being one of two Regional Managers for Rewilding Europe, Deli is a key figure in making rewilding a reality in five areas stretching from Portugal all the way to Bulgaria on Europe’s eastern fringe. As the main point of liaison between the central office and local teams across the continent, it is his job to ensure that rewilding manifests itself as real action on the ground, and that local communities are going to be better off as a result.