In this April 2015 issue, Vance G. Martin and Andrew Muir give a touching tribute to the late Dr. Ian Player- a global wilderness conservation icon. Amy Haak and Jack Williams look into the next 50 years for the wild trout, Lisa Ronald updates us on the successful 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act Conference, and much more! Full journal available only for subscribers.
In the August 2015 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, Robert Dvorak shares a vision for America’s national wilderness preservation system, Franco Zunino talks about the increasing number of wilderness areas in Italy, Stephen McCool gives us the keys to building stewardship capacity for the next 50 years of wilderness, and more!
In the December 2015 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, Stewart Brandborg talks about “Wilderness, Wildness, and Wilderness Character;” Robert Dvorak reviews the interagency wilderness character monitoring strategy; H. Ken Cordell, Ramesh Ghimire and Chad Dawson compare wilderness values between managers and the public; Doug Scott gives background on newly established wilderness areas; and more!
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!
In the August 2014 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act! Alan Watson & Ken Cordell propose a great way to keep science & stewardship working together for another 50 years; Vance Martin & Melanie Hill give us the details about WILD10, the 10th World Wilderness Congress; David Cole gives us a historical perspective on wilderness science; and more!
In this December 2014 issue, we celebrate 20 years of the International Journal of Wilderness! John Hendee and Chad Dawson talk about the IJW going forward, Paul Hartfield takes us through the Lower Mississippi River- an under-appreciated national treasure, Laura Reilly explains how the Chicago Wilderness is a model for urban conservation, Audrey Neville and Robert Pahre show how tourists use social media in the wilderness, and more!