Over the last decade the profile of wilderness has risen steadily within the European conservation agenda.
Wilderness has been widely recognized as an important component of the world conservation movement.
There is something very odd about Britain. We have lost most of our large mammals, more than any other medium-sized or large European country except Ireland.
Rewilding is a powerful new term in conservation. It combines a sense of passion and feeling for wilder nature with advances in ecological science.
The most important message from millennial-age wilderness professionals and stewards is a promise that they will uphold the spirit of the Wilderness Act.
Growing up in Pennsylvania, and attending college in Illinois, I had little if any grasp of the concept of wilderness.