Posts with tag: communication

  • Wanted: volunteer communication officer in Western Iberia (News)

    9. March 2017

    Would you like to spend your spring and summer surrounded by stunning Portuguese landscapes? For those passionate about wild nature, and who also love communicating about it, our rewilding team in Western Iberia is now offering a unique opportunity. At Rewilding Europe, effective communication is vital to our work: every day we need to share …

  • European Rewilding Network members hone their communication skills (News)

    5. January 2017

    Effective communication with local stakeholders is a crucial part of any rewilding project. In December 2016 various members of the European Rewilding Network came together in a webinar to discuss their experiences with stakeholders and establish best practice.     Rewilding Europe regularly organizes webinars for members of the European Rewilding Network (ERN). Here they discuss …

  • Rewilding Europe renews partnership with Wild Wonders of Europe (News)

    11. February 2015

    Rewilding Europe and Wild Wonders of Europe have renewed their partnership for another three years, by signing a Memorandum of Understanding today. Underlining that both organisations are continuing their work together to promote the return of wild nature in Europe and to create a sense of ‘Pride in the Wild’ among a very wide audience. …

  • Two great jobs on offer in Velebit rewilding area (News)

    26. May 2014

    In the Velebit rewilding are in Croatia, Rewilding Europe has two very nice jobs on offer to further build the rewilding team in this area.   We are looking for a Rewilding Officer (1,0 fte) and a Communications Officer (0,6 fte) based in Croatia, in or very close to the rewilding area. For a detailed …

  • Natural grazing and communication – sharing experiences from the Netherlands (Blog)

    30. May 2012

    From 26 to 30 March, Rewilding Europe organized a training seminar in The Netherlands for all the five project teams from the different European countries. The main subject was on natural grazing and communication, as these are two very important and challenging subjects in all our rewilding projects. This was the second training seminar that …