Coordinated by Rewilding Europe, 12 partners from Italy and Greece are kicking off a new EU-funded programme that will support living harmoniously with bears in Europe. The LIFE Bear-Smart Corridors initiative will support the development of a network of communities in coexistence corridors.
The Central Apennines will be featured in a new series of short films showcasing the work of our partner Rewilding Europe and the various rewilding areas across Europe thanks to a partnership with global law firm Hogan Lovells.
By demonstrating the beneficial impact of our rewilding efforts, this exciting series will boost outreach and help to scale up rewilding.
Rewilding Training Tourism programme participants refine their business skills in the Central Apennines
Eight participants in Rewilding Europe’s Rewilding Training Tourism programme have successfully completed the final stage of their training. They are now well placed to develop their own rewilding-related business.
World Rewilding Day is about celebrating rewilding and inspiring people and organisations across the globe to become involved in nature recovery. This year’s event calls for the scaling up of rewilding as a nature-based climate solution.
The griffon vulture is an iconic and ecologically important species in the Central Apennines of Italy. Aided by new funding, the local rewilding team are working hard to support population growth.
Funding from Fondation Ensemble will support the comeback of griffon vultures, Apennine chamois and white-clawed crayfish in the Central Apennines rewilding landscape. This contributes to the area’s overall rewilding vision and is good news for nature and people.
Rewilding Apennines is currently looking for a Financial and Administration Officer (M/F; min. 0,70 fte) based at its home office located in the Central Apennines, Italy.
The Central Apennines are known for their diverse habitats and rich biodiversity, but despite this, there are places where the disappearance of certain species does not allow the ecosystem to manifest its full potential. The Apennine chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica ornata) is one of these key species.
We are launching a new initiative aiming at increasing the population size of scavenging birds in the Central Apennines.