In the April 2014 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, we hear from many fantastic authors on the topics of Writing People Back into Nature, a Vision for a Wilder Europe, Thinking Wild, the International League of Conservation Writers, and more!

Download the April 2014 IJW pdf (2.66 MB)

TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES A Time and Place for Wilderness Resurgence BY ROBERT DVORAK

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Think Wild! Principles of Wilderness Philosophy BY LADISLAV MIKO

STEWARDSHIP
Nondegradation and the Wilderness Concept; Interpreting the Wilderness Act BY DOUG SCOTT

Writing People Back into Wilderness BY DANIEL L. DUSTIN

Can Untrammeled Wilderness Endure? BY KEVIN HOOD

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
Perspectives from the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute

Identifying Issues and Challenges for Management of the National Wilderness Preservation System: The Wilderness Manager Survey BY ALAN WATSON

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
The International League of Conservation Writers BY BOB BARON and PATTY MAHER

Wilderness Foundation’s Social Intervention Program: Developing Positive Interventions for Social and Environmental Sustainability in South Africa BY PINKY KONDLO

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
A Vision for a Wilder Europe BY MAGNUS SYLVEN, VANCE MARTIN and CHRISTOF SCHENCK

Return of the Paleolithic Diet: Large Herbivores of Atapuerca Make a Comeback BY BENIGNO VARILLAS

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews

The Last Wilderness: Alaska’s Rugged Coast BY MICHAEL McBRIDE, REVIEWED BY JOHN & MARILYN HENDEE

Feral: Rewilding the Land, the Sea, and Human Life BY GEORGE MONBIOT, REVIEWED BY JOHN SHULTIS