Tag: Rewilding Europe

New Head of Rewilding: Raquel Filgueiras

April 25, 2019  |  Blog

Earlier this year Raquel Filgueiras took over from Wouter Helmer as Rewilding Europe’s Head of Rewilding. We caught up with Raquel to find out a little more about her and her aspirations.

Calling Central and Eastern European rewilders! Rewilding Europe seeks an early career professional to join its Supervisory Board

March 20, 2019  |  News

As an exciting and innovative approach to conservation, rewilding increasingly inspires and resonates with younger generations, with a growing number of millennials now looking to engage with the rewilding movement. Rewilding Europe is now offering a unique opportunity for a dynamic and visionary rewilding enthusiast in the early stages of their professional career (under the age of 30) to join its Supervisory Board.

Crowdfunding campaign to enable multiple dam removal in Ukrainian Danube Delta

March 19, 2019  |  News

The campaign, conducted as part of the Dam Removal Europe (DRE) initiative, saw nearly 20,000 euros contributed by Dutch donors. This will fund the removal of 10 obsolete dams from the Kogilnik River in the Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta. The dismantling programme, which is set to begin this summer, will bring significant and wide-ranging benefits to local people and wild nature.

A new year means a new outlook for Rewilding Europe!

January 3, 2019  |  Blog

Rewilding Europe has now completed its seventh year since foundation in 2011. In this message, Rewilding Europe’s managing director presents 12 showcase stories from 2018, and looks ahead to the next seven years – taking our burgeoning initiative through to 2025.

Rewilding Europe is recruiting!

November 14, 2018  |  News

Do you hear the call of the wild? Would you like to be a leading part of a dynamic, progressive initiative dedicated to making Europe a wilder place?

Action philosophy should take rewilding forwards

November 12, 2018  |  News

A new academic paper outlines how principles for European rewilding can be put into practice. Based on practical experience and pilot projects, some dating back over 25 years, the authors ask applied scientists to view rewilding as an unfolding conservation approach to optimise its transformative potential.

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