Rewilding Spain Foundation is starting out a new stage after the renewal of its Board of Trustees for the next three years and the incorporation of the biologist and disseminator Odile Rodríguez de la Fuente. For the new period, main goals are the consolidation of the Iberian Highlands pioneering rewilding initiative and extending the rewilding approach other areas in Spain.
Rewilding Spain renews the Board of Trustees with Odile Rodríguez de la Fuente joining for a new consolidation stage
The Board of Trustees of Rewilding Spain has renewed its positions for the next three years, during which the foundation will focus on consolidating the work already begun within the framework of the Iberian Highlands initiative and also on exploring new rewilding opportunities in other areas of Spain.
Rewilding Spain is supporting the Sustainable Development Department of Castilla-La Mancha region in the creation and organization of NaturTajo, the Nature Observation Tourism Fair in Iberian Highlands, which is promoted by the regional government of Castilla-La Mancha and will hold its first edition next June 8 – 11 in Corduente (Guadalajara).
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Rewilding Spain has joined the Sustainable Tourism Forum of the Molina-Alto Tajo region, a common space that brings together the entities involved in sustainable nature tourism in this area.
Rewilding Spain has sent a letter to the Ecological Transition and Population Challenge Minister, Teresa Ribera, asking for the Spanish Government support for the Natural Restoration Law, to be discussed by EU’s Environmental Council next December 20th.
Rewilding Spain is searching for a new Rewilding Officer who will join the team already working in Iberian Highlands rewilding initiative. The Rewilding Officer will play a key role in the development, establishment and implementation of a monitoring and follow-up programme in the Iberian Highlands landscape, and will be responsible for the supervision of the … Continued