PAN Parks Foundation and Lumina Consult, a Brussels-based political communication consultancy specialising in sustainability, formed a partnership in order to strengthen existing policies towards the preservation and restoration of European wilderness areas.
Opposite to other chamois, Tatra chamois are more stressed in summer than in winter, when the food and climate conditions are harder. A study conducted by a Polish-Spanish team in Tatra National Park shows, that the reason is too many tourists in summer.
After the long winter, spring has finally arrived in most parts of Europe and you can see that people are approaching to go out. It looks as – at least deep in our heart – all of us are outdoor addicts!
In the beginning of April 2013 PAN Parks Foundation awarded Wilderness Diploma to Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve, Belarus. The new Wilderness Partner contributes to 'The Million Project' with a guaranteed wilderness area of 27.204 hectares.