Search for Conservationist–Teleworker

Do you know a naturalist involved in nature conservation, from any country in the world, who can and wants to live and to tele-work (in their current profession) from a wooden hut like the one in the photo, located in bears, wolves, lynxes, raptors and other wildlife territories of Spain?
It is for extended stays, to rent at the minimum cost price for those who collaborate with wildlife trackers in rewilding projects to de-domesticate cows to recover the Auerochs, horses to recover the Tarpan and him- herself, to recover biolithic Homo sapiens. If so, pass me the contact, or send them this message. I urgently need to find some. Thank you. More Info: www.eurofauna.wordpress.com Contact: wildspain@wild-europe.com

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Cranes migration as European Cultural Route

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Photo1: Goodbye to the cranes on October 17, 2018 in the Baltic. From left to right: Klaus Brandt, Marcel Falk, BV, and Frank Schlingmann. Group Leader River Landscape Peenetal, Vorpommern, Germany.
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Photo 2: First wellcome in Spain of the Cranes, in Gallocanta on October 30, 2018. From left to right: Esperanza Sancho, BV, Lucia Sevilla, Sandra Fidalgo, Javier Mañas and Federico Sancho. Leader group Jiloca Gallocanta, Aragón.

The Aragonese who participate in the initiative to declare “European Cultural Route” the migratory route of the cranes, received on October 30th, in the lagoon of Gallocanta, in Spain, the birds that on October 17 said goodbye on the shores of the Baltic Sea, in Stolpe, Germany a group of members of this idea from northern Europe.

It is expected that Leader groups and nature conservation organizations of Spain in Extremadura; Doñana, in Seville, and La Janda, in Cádiz, do the same in the coming weeks. The cranes (Grus grus) are the link that unites the European territories, from the Scandinavian countries to the Strait of Gibraltar.

The initiative of these symbolic acts arose when Benigno Varillas, coordinator of both initiatives, presenting on October 18, 2018, in Berlin, the proposal to create International Brigades of conservationists-teleworkers who come to the Iberian Peninsula to live in natural paradises to recover the great herbivores savages of the primitive Europe – the auerochs, the wild horse, the cebro and the bison – as well as the rest of the fauna.

The municipalities of the European way of the cranes are among the areas of interest to develop the Information Society, attracting with projects of recovery European fauna to a vanguard of the digital industry, located to telework in human population poor areas, rich in wildlife and rewilding possibilities.

The route includes Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Andorra, Catalunya, Euzkadi, Portugal, Spain and Gibraltar, among other territories where humans have invented borders and absurd nationalisms, giving the wildlife a good example, and reminding us that Europe was always a unique territory for cranes, wolves and humans, three emblematic species of Europe that together with aueroches, bisons and tarpans inhabited it entirely in harmony for hundreds of thousands of years.

The idea of a network of municipalities with cranes is being received with interest in the territories that these birds choose to spend the night in their annual migratory trips. The exchange of experiences of protection of this species; tourism promotion; wildlife tracking; ornithological observation and resilvestration or rewilding initiatives are some of the actions that the Local Development Leader Groups of these rural areas hope to promote and carry out.

The promoters of the “European Cultural Route of the Cranes”, opened by the traveling birds millions of years ago, will ask the Council of Europe to include this itinerary among the already recognized cultural circuits, such as the Camino de Santiago, the rock art route or the Roman roads and other routes promoted with this distinction. (See: https://www.coe.int/en/web/culture-and-heritage/cultural-routes).

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International Brigades to fight for European fauna in the Iberian Peninsula

On October 18, 2018, the Wild–Europe platform makes a world call in Berlin to nature conservationists from all over the world who want and can teleworking. They are proposed to go to Spain to develop their current work activity online and, at the same time, to fight side by side with Spanish conservationists to recover the European fauna and the free human being integrated into nature.

Berlin, 18/10/2018. The initiative takes its name from the International Brigades, one of the greatest acts of solidarity in history, when idealists from all over the world arrived in Spain 80 years ago. The difference is that, instead of coming “willing to die”, this time they are invited to come to live a full and exciting life, combining the activity that each one can develop at a distance by Internet, with the experience of recovering and to live with wildlife and to discovery the values ​​of the Paleolithic man that painted Altamira.

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THE OTHER INTERNATIONAL BRIGADES OF THE HISTORY

Volunteers from 53 countries came to Spain in 1936 to support the Spanish Republic. Others the insurgents commanded by General Franco, who defended the Old Regime against the democracy. The victory of the Popular Front in the elections of 1936 made conservative sectors fear that the revolutionary left would come to power. The coup d’etat unleashed a civil war that lasted three years.

The million combatants of the Republic were joined by 37,000 foreign volunteers registered in the International Brigades: 9,903 French; 3,805 Polish; 3,002 Italians; 2,341 Americans; 2,217 Germans; 2,095 Yugoslavs; 1,843 British; 1,722 Belgians; 1,066 Czechoslovak;, 1,000 Cubans; 900 Argentines; 892 Lithuanians, Estonians and Latvians; 872 Austrians; 799 Scandinavians; 628 Dutch; 528 Hungarians; 512 Canadians; 408 Swiss; 134 Portuguese and 1,122 from 29 other countries. 9,000 of these volunteers were of Jewish origin, mostly from the United States and Poland. Another 20,000 foreigners served in medical and auxiliary units. In total, 57,000 men and women from 53 countries.

They went to Spain as they could, without support of theirs governments. With the exception of the Soviet Union, whose government sent 2,000 technicians, pilots and military advisers, the aid to the Republican side was organized from below. Many did not belong to any political party when they arrived in Spain. On October 28, 1938, around 250,000 Spaniards paid a farewell tribute to the brigadistas in Barcelona. Dolores Ibarruri said in that act:

“Mothers, when the years go by and the wounds of the war stagnate, when the memory of these painful and bloody days fades into a present of freedom, peace and well-being … talk to your children: tell them about these men of the International Brigades: tell them how, crossing seas and mountains … they came to your homeland, as crusaders of freedom, to fight and die for the freedom and independence of Spain, threatened by German and Italian fascism. home, home, fortune, mother, wife, brothers, children … and came to us to say: Here we are! Your cause, the cause of Spain, is our same cause, is the common cause of all progress and humanity We will not forget you, and when the olive tree of peace blossoms, intertwined with the laurels of the victory of the Spanish Republic, come back!”

In 1996, the Spanish Parliament –democratic since 1977, when King Juan Carlos I dissolved the dictatorship after the Caudillo died in November 1975– recognized the help of the 57,000 men and women of 53 countries of the International Brigades who arrived in 1936 to support the Spanish Republic, granting them Spanish nationality.

in 1945, Franco did the same  with some Germans and Italians who helped him. The millions of soldiers who fought on the Franco side included 78,000 Italians, sent by Mussolini; 19,000 Germans, sent by Hitler; 10,000 Portuguese, sent by Salazar and thousand volunteers from other countries.

These new International Brigades call of 2018, alien to political ideologies, recruits volunteers to help the expansion of endangered species of European fauna such as the bison, the bear, the wolf, the beaver or the lynx, and the return to the freedom of domesticated animals, like the uro, the encephala and the tarpan, that is to say, the bull, the ass and the horse, eradicated from their wild state, like the hunter-gatherers of the European Paleolithic, some thosand years ago.

Eurofauna Wild–Europe project presentation in Berlín, on 18-O

Here the link to the “Eurofauna Wild–Europe project” presentation, by Benigno Varillas, on 18 Oltober 2018, in the “Deutsche Umwelt Hilfe”, Konferenz Saal, at 18:00 (im Dachgeschoss der Deutschen Umwelthilfe e.V. Hackescher Markt 4, Eingang Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlin):

See: https://vimeo.com/295524010

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Den Auftakt des Abends bildet der Vortrag von

Benigno Varillas, Initiative Eurofauna.
Nach einem Kurzvortrag von

Stefan Schwill, Vorsitzender Rewilding Oder Delta
diskutieren beide unter Moderation von

Ulrich Stöcker, DUH-Leiter Naturschutz & Biodiversität
mit dem Unternehmer

Martin Schröter, HOP Transnationales Netzwerk Odermündung, Tourismusverband Vorpommern
und dem Koordinator der Initiative Wildnis in Deutschland,

Manuel Schweiger, Zoologische Gesellschaft Frankfurt (angefragt).
Wir laden Sie ganz herzlich ein, die genannte Thematik gemeinsam mit einem ausgewählten Kreis von spanischen und deutschen Experten und Stakeholdern aus Politik, Wissenschaft am 18. Oktober 2018 um 18:00 Uhr in unseren Räumen zu diskutieren. Im Anschluss an den fachlichen Austausch besteht ab ca. 19:45 Uhr die Gelegenheit, die Diskussionen in angenehmer Atmosphäre bei einem Imbiss abzurunden.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme und bitten um Anmeldung bis 15.10. bei Fr. Fahlke mit Name, Organisation und E-Mailadresse unter: fahlke@duh.de.

Den Auftakt des Abends bildet der Vortrag von

Nach einem Kurzvortrag von

  • Stefan Schwill, Vorsitzender Rewilding Oder Delta

diskutieren beide unter Moderation von

  • Ulrich Stöcker, DUH-Leiter Naturschutz & Biodiversität

mit dem Unternehmer

  • Martin Schröter, HOP Transnationales Netzwerk Odermündung, Tourismusverband Vorpommern

und dem Koordinator der Initiative Wildnis in Deutschland,

  • Manuel Schweiger, Zoologische Gesellschaft Frankfurt (angefragt).

Wir laden Sie ganz herzlich ein, die genannte Thematik gemeinsam mit einem ausgewählten Kreis von spanischen und deutschen Experten und Stakeholdern aus Politik, Wissenschaft am 18. Oktober 2018 um 18:00 Uhr in unseren Räumen zu diskutieren. Im Anschluss an den fachlichen Austausch besteht ab ca. 19:45 Uhr die Gelegenheit, die Diskussionen in angenehmer Atmosphäre bei einem Imbiss abzurunden.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme und bitten um Anmeldung bis 17.10. bei Fr. Fahlke mit Name, Organisation und E-Mailadresse unter: fahlke@duh.de.

Spain against in war? New International Brigades are needed!

Nature conservationists asking for reinforcement of new International Brigades to fight for European fauna in the Iberian Peninsula

On October 18, 2018 the Wild–Europe platform makes a call in Berlin to nature conservationists from all over the world who want and can telework. They are proposed to go to Spain to develop their current activity online and, at the same time, to fight side by side with Spanish conservationists to recover the European fauna and the free human being integrated into nature.

The initiative takes its name from the International Brigades, one of the greatest acts of solidarity in history, when idealists from all over the world came to Spain 80 years ago. The difference is that, instead of coming “willing to die”, this time they are invited to come to live a full, exciting life, combining the activity that each one can develop at a distance with the experience of recovering wildlife and values of the primal man.

Volunteers from all countries came to Spain in 1936 to fight. The victory of the Popular Front in the elections of 1936 made conservative sectors fear that the revolutionary left would take over the institutions of the Spanish Republic. Paradoxically, the coup organized to stop the revolution triggered it, provoking a civil war that lasted three years.

The million combatants of  the Republic were joined by 37,000 foreign volunteers enrolled in the International Brigades. There were 9,903 French, 3,805 Polish, 3,002 Italians, 2,341 Americans, 2,217 Germans, 2,095 Yugoslavs, 1,843 Britons, 1,722 Belgians, 1,066 Czechoslovaks, 1,000 Cubans, 900 Argentines, 892 Lithuanians, Estonians and Latvians, 872 Austrians, 799 Scandinavians, 628 Dutch, 528 Hungarians, 512 Canadians, 408 Swiss, 134 Portuguese and 1,122 from 29 other countries.

Another 20,000 foreigners served in medical and auxiliary units. In total, 57,000 men and women from 53 countries. They went to Spain as they could, without the support of their governments. Except for the Soviet Union, whose government sent 2,000 technicians, pilots and military advisers, the aid to the republican side was organized from below. Many did not belong to any political party upon arrival in Spain.

On October 28, 1938, 250,000 Spaniards paid a farewell tribute to the brigadistas in Barcelona. Dolores Ibarruri said in that act:

Mothers! When the years pass and the wounds of the war are stalled; when the memory of these painful and bloody days vanishes in a present of freedom, peace and wellbeing … speak to your children; Tell them about these men from the International Brigades. Tell them how, crossing seas and mountains … they came to your homeland, as crusaders of freedom, to fight and die for the freedom and independence of Spain, threatened by German and Italian fascism. They left everything: love, home, home, fortune, mother, wife, brothers, children … and came to us to say: Here we are !; your cause, the cause of Spain, is our same cause, it is the common cause of all advanced and progressive humanity. We will not forget you; and when the olive tree of peace blossoms, intertwined with the laurels of the victory of the Spanish Republic, come back!

In 1996, the Spanish Parliament, democratic since 1977 –when the King Juan Carlos dissolved the dictatorship after the Caudillo died in 1975– recognized the help of the 57,000 men and women of 53 countries of the International Brigades who came in 1936 to support the Spanish Republic, granting them Spanish nationality.

The million soldiers who fought on the Francoist side included 100,000 foreigners: 78,000 Italians, sent by Mussolini; 19,000 Germans, sent by Hitler; 10,000 Portuguese, sent by Salazar and about a thousand volunteers from other countries.

The new international call, alien to ideologies, recruits volunteers to help the expansion of endangered species of European fauna, such as the bison, the bear, the capercaillie, the wolf, the beaver or the lynx. And return freedom to others domesticated, like auerochs, cebros and  tarpans, that is, coes, donkeis and horses, eradicated from their wild state together with the free European hunter–gatherers. Spain and France were their refuge during the ice ages until 9,000 years ago. Cult to bull and horse perdure in spanish popular culture, and genes of aurochs and tarpan, in bovine and horses Iberian races.

The heritage that remains in places of great scenic beauty and impressive open spaces, is where teleworkers-conservationists from all over the world are now invited to come and restore with the Information Society the European wildlife populations. Disappearance of shepherds and livestock recover fauna and flora spontaneously. This proposal aims to take the initiative in this process, returning to the natural environment humans who understands, appreciates and knows how to value wildlife.

I have the pleasure of sending you the invitation to the presentation in which we convened a new “International Brigades”, this time without any ideology, so that nature conservationists from all over the world who can telework over the Internet, go to Spain to help the local population to revitalize declining rural areas where wildlife resurfaces.
The presentation is organized, at the request of the platform of wildlife trackers WildEurope Spanish, the DUH (German Environmental Assistance eV.), Which has convened politicians, NGOs and the German press with the following text:

 
“Digital in nature: an opportunity to revive rural areas in Spain and Europe?”
 
on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the attic of the DUH (German Environmental Assistance eV, Address: Hackescher Markt 4, entrance Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlin).
 
 
Attendance confirmation: Nadja Fahlke <fahlke@duh.de>
 
It would be a pleasure for me to be able to greet you in that act and exchange impressions on the initiative. I am available to clarify by e-mail any aspect that interests you of the proposed activity. In case you would like to receive future information about it, I provide you with the link to our list of press releases (maximum of 1 or 2 per week) at: http://eepurl.com/dFvJQ1 Thank you very much for your attention.
More info in the WEB’s:
Aznalcázar – Doñana (Sevilla)

Eurofauna proposes Virtual Reality Community Berlin to join his initiative

The promoter of the Eurofauna plan to increase the expansion of wildlife in abandoned Spain, the naturalist and journalist Benigno Varillas, proposes to the Virtual Reality Community of Berlin to join his initiative. Their collaboration would allow millions of people to “accompany” in the field the professional trackers who follow wildlife every day in areas closed to the public of protected natural parks.

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European Bear in Nord Spain. (Phototrapping by FAPAS)

The hundreds of Spanish trackers agglutinated in the Wild Europe Platform  will train the VR experts in the monitoring and filming of wildlife, and they will provide him with the material that they get every day from around thousand camera traps they have placed on steps of bears, lynxes , eagles, wolves, bison and other emblematic fauna of Europe.

The Virtual Reality Community of Berlin, integrated by 3.000 programmers and interested in this new technology, is the first entity of the Digital Society to be invite by the conservationists to joining the “International Brigades” summoned to go to Spain to fight for life wild.

To be part of it, the brigadists must prove that they have previously been interested in nature conservation, or that two prestigious people in the  conservation world endorse the candidacy of those who want to live a minimum period of three months, extendable as many years as they wish, in the net of cabins for conservationists-teleworkers, endowed with broadband coverage, which will be rented in natural paradises of Spain. They will be facilitated the development of Virtual Reality content to disclose wildlife and allow remote tourism that generates a high-quality face-to-face tourism.

Digital in die Wildnis eine Chance zur Wiederbelebung ländlicher Räume

(Ver traducción al castellano al final del texto de la DUH)
Einladung: Diskussionsabend “Digital in die Wildnis – eine Chance zur Wiederbelebung ländlicher Räume in Spanien und Europa?” am 18.10.2018
Nadja Fahlke <fahlke@duh.de> 2 de octubre de 2018,
Einladung zum Diskussionsabend

„Digital in die Wildnis – eine Chance zur Wiederbelebung ländlicher Räume in Spanien und Europa?“

gemeinsam mit Benigno Varillas, Initiative Eurofauna,

am Donnerstag, den 18. Oktober 2018 um 18:00 Uhr

im Dachgeschoss der Deutschen Umwelthilfe e.V.

( Hackescher Markt 4, Eingang Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlin )

80 Jahre nach dem Spanischen Bürgerkrieg sollen neue „Internationale Brigaden” – dieses Mal als “Tele-Arbeiter“ – nach Spanien gehen, um dort der lokalen Bevölkerung zu helfen, entvölkerte Gebiete, wo sich Wildtiere jetzt wieder ausbreiten, mit neuem Leben zu erfüllen.

Wir präsentieren den Plan der spanischen Initiative Eurofauna, die junge Menschen dazu aufruft, in ländliche Regionen Spaniens zu kommen und dort digital zu arbeiten. In ihrem Projekt „Wild Europe“ mit Wisenten, Auerochsen-ähnlichen ursprünglichen Rinderrassen, Wildpferd-ähnlichen Pferderassen und Wildeseln die ehemaligen Herden domestizierter Weidetiere zu ersetzen, um die Ausbreitung der ehemaligen natürlichen Tierpopulationen und Wiederherstellung ökologischer Beziehungen zu fördern.

Verbunden damit ist der Versuch, eine neue ländliche Wirtschaft zu schaffen, die auf der Förderung der Beobachtung von wilden Tieren basiert, einem Werkzeug, das in viele Gebiete in Europa, Afrika und Amerika reproduziert werden und eine Hoffnung sein kann für Länder mit einer immer noch reichen Natur. Sehr ähnliche Ansätze verfolgt die Deutsche Umwelthilfe mit ihren deutschen und polnischen Kooperationspartnern in der Initiative „Rewilding Oder Delta“ am Stettiner Haff, deren Ziel es ist, durch nachhaltigen Naturtourismus regionale Wertschöpfung für Gebiete im Hinterland der Küste und außerhalb der Hauptreisezeiten zu schaffen. Grundbesitzer werden in die Lage versetzt, neue Einkommensquellen zu erschließen, und Tourismusunternehmen können von Gästen in der Region profitieren, die Wildtiere in eindrucksvollen Landschaften erleben wollen.

Sie erfahren in einem praxisorientierten Fachgespräch Parallelen, aber auch Unterschiede zwischen beiden Initiativen. Den Auftakt des Abends bildet der Vortrag von

Nach einem Kurzvortrag von

  • Stefan Schwill, Vorsitzender Rewilding Oder Delta

diskutieren beide unter Moderation von

  • Ulrich Stöcker, DUH-Leiter Naturschutz & Biodiversität

mit dem Unternehmer

  • Martin Schröter, HOP Transnationales Netzwerk Odermündung, Tourismusverband Vorpommern

und dem Koordinator der Initiative Wildnis in Deutschland,

  • Manuel Schweiger, Zoologische Gesellschaft Frankfurt (angefragt).

Wir laden Sie ganz herzlich ein, die genannte Thematik gemeinsam mit einem ausgewählten Kreis von spanischen und deutschen Experten und Stakeholdern aus Politik, Wissenschaft am 18. Oktober 2018 um 18:00 Uhr in unseren Räumen zu diskutieren. Im Anschluss an den fachlichen Austausch besteht ab ca. 19:45 Uhr die Gelegenheit, die Diskussionen in angenehmer Atmosphäre bei einem Imbiss abzurunden.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme und bitten um Anmeldung bis 15.10. bei Fr. Fahlke mit Name, Organisation und E-Mailadresse unter: fahlke@duh.de. Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Raumkapazitäten und damit die Teilnehmerzahl begrenzt sind! Bei zu vielen Anmeldungen wird nach der Reihenfolge ihres Eingangs über die Teilnahme entschieden.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass auf der Veranstaltung gefilmt und/oder fotografiert wird! Mit Ihrer Teilnahme an der Veranstaltung willigen Sie ein, dass gegebenenfalls ein Foto und/oder eine filmische Abbildung Ihrer Person für die Veröffentlichung (Print, Online, Soziale Netzwerke etc.) genutzt wird.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Benigno Varillas                              Ulrich Stöcker

EUROFAUNA                                    Leiter Naturschutz & Biodiversität

Anmeldungen: Nadja Fahlke <fahlke@duh.de>

_____________________

 Traducción:

Invitación al debate:

“Digital en la naturaleza: ¿una oportunidad para revivir las áreas rurales en España y Europa?”

Con Benigno Varillas, de la Iniciativa Eurofauna

el jueves 18 de octubre de 2018 a las 18:00

En el ático de la DUH (Ayuda Ambiental Alemana eV.)
(Dirección: Hackescher Markt 4, entrada Neue Promenade 3, 10178 Berlín )

Ochenta años después de la Guerra Civil española, unas nuevas “brigadas internacionales”, esta vez como “teletrabajadores”, irán a España para ayudar a la población local a revitalizar áreas rurales en declive, donde la vida silvestre resurge.
Presentamos el plan de la iniciativa española Eurofauna, que llama a jóvenes conservacionistas e informáticos a la vez, a ir a zonas rurales de España a teletrabajar desde allí digitalmente. El proyecto “WilEurope” recupera bisontes, uros con razas de ganado ancestrales; caballos y asnos salvajes, allí donde desaparecen los rebaños de animales domésticos, para promover la propagación de las antiguas poblaciones de animales naturales y la restauración de las relaciones ecológicas.
Asociado a esto, está el intento de crear una nueva economía rural basada en la promoción de la observación de animales silvestres, una herramienta que reproducida en muchas áreas de Europa, África y América, puede ser una esperanza para países que tienen una rica naturaleza.
Deutsche Umwelthilfe está siguiendo enfoques muy similares con sus socios de cooperación alemanes y polacos en la iniciativa “Rewilding Oder Delta” en la laguna de Szczecin, cuyo objetivo es crear un valor agregado regional para áreas en el interior de la costa y fuera de los períodos de temporada alta, mediante el turismo de naturaleza sostenible. Los propietarios podrán aprovechar nuevas fuentes de ingresos, y las empresas de turismo pueden beneficiarse de los huéspedes en la región que desean experimentar la vida silvestre en paisajes impresionantes.
En una discusión orientada a la práctica, encontrará paralelos, pero también diferencias entre las dos iniciativas.

El preludio de la noche es la conferencia de
Benigno Varillas , Iniciativa Eurofauna.
Después de una breve conferencia de
Stefan Schwill, presidente de Rewilding Oder-Delta
discusión moderada por
Ulrich Stöcker, Director de Conservación de la Naturaleza y Biodiversidad de DUH
con el emprendedor
Martin Schröter, Red Transnacional HOP Oder Estuary, Asociación de Turismo de Pomerania Occidental
y el coordinador de la Iniciativa Wildnis en Alemania,
Manuel Schweiger, Sociedad Zoológica de Frankfurt (solicitado).

Lo invitamos cordialmente a debatir el tema mencionado anteriormente junto con un grupo selecto de expertos y partes interesadas de la política y la ciencia el 18 de octubre de 2018 a las 18:00 en nuestra sede. Después del intercambio profesional, a partir de las 7.45 pm, tendrá la oportunidad de redondear las discusiones en un ambiente agradable con un refrigerio.
Esperamos su participación y le pedimos que se registre antes de las 15.10. con la Sra. Fahlke con nombre, organización y dirección de correo electrónico: fahlke@duh.de . Tenga en cuenta que las capacidades de espacio y, por lo tanto, el número de participantes son limitados. Si hay demasiados registros, se decidirá a participar en el orden de llegada.
El evento será filmado y / o fotografiado. Al participar en el mismo, usted acepta el uso de las fotografías y / o vídeo de su persona para publicación (impresa, en línea, redes sociales, etc.).

Sinceramente,
Benigno Varillas de EUROFAUNA
Ulrich Stoecker, Jefe de Conservación y Biodiversidad de DUH

Inscripciones: Nadja Fahlke < fahlke@duh.de >

Wild–Europe project at the Bison world congress in Berlin

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WILDEUROPE – EuroFauna Project

“Wisente auf Wilder Weide, Arterhaltung und Oekologie” Konferenz,

at the Brandenburgische Akademie Schloss Criewen, on 28. September 2018

 

One of the problems for the expansion of European bison breeding units in protected natural areas of Spain is the resistance of many hunting guards, shepherds, naturalists, and nature officials to any intervention in the natural environment. On the other hand, these groups have serious problems for their continuity. A 180 degree change in the policy of nature conservation should be possible. It is urgent to propose a plan that allows 25 million unprofitable hectares of Spain to be dedicated to producing European bison and others, like the rewilding of cows, horses, donkeys and the expansion of bears, wolves, lynxes, birds of prey and the rest of the European fauna, Paleolithic man (now Biolithic) included.

A leading group of veteran nature advocates ask this month of October 2018 the Government of Spain to promoting a productive rural economy that makes the wildlife profitable, promoting a new rural collective composed of international teleworkers, naturalists and officials reconverted to autonomous to self–managed protected natural spaces, in exchange for cut public spending on nature protection.

In Spain, rural abandonment increases. Young people want to live in cities and modern professions. But that does not mean that the rural world remains empty. The place is occupied by a few opportunists who occupy the entire territory for their benefit. Subsidizing livestock and rural activity in marginal areas instead of slowing down the process, accelerates it. On the other hand, financing the raising of select meats with public money is subsidizing, with money of the taxpayer who consumes the cheap, the shopping basket of others with purchasing power. For more confusion, traditional agricultural production is incompatible with the expansion of the wild. Many grant recipients for maintaining the biodiversity of marginal areas ask that part of it be exterminated. It is necessary to meditate what to do with the 25 million hectares of the wild and remote territory of Europe in Spain, whose food production does not compete in price with the other half of Spain, dedicated to industrial agriculture, human settlements and infrastructure.

Between 1969 and 1989 the citizens forced the Public Administration to conserve nature in Spain. The answer was to give monopoly of wildlife management to officials in charge of the taxpayer. But now, conservation budget takes years of cuts. The signatories of this petition ask for legislative changes that allow locating in the rural environment an autonomous social collective that makes profitable the expansion of the wild. A change of approach that reduces the expense of conserving nature, while increasing its effectiveness and sustainability.

The recovery of European wildlife is the cause offered to attract thousands of conservationists from all over the world to telework from Spain. The key is that they obtain their income by their current professional activity, working online by living nomadically in cabins to rent in a network of villages in protected natural areas. This teleworkers will make profitable the expansion of the European fauna through the diffusion of their personal experience, participating in the daily tracking of european bisons, bears, wolves, lynxes, etc. with camera traps and naturalists, rangers and officials of the Administration that want to become autonomous in exchange to self– managing the territory to generate their income by this long–term tourism hosting of teleworkers; payment for environmental services; communication products; breeding of european bisons and other rewilding large herbivores and other resources of the proposed economic model.

 

MURUNA – Rural World Nature
Association registered with numer 594805 in the Ministry of the Interior of Spain the 25/03/2010 as Non profitable NGO. VAT number: G–21481585. President: Benigno Varillas.

 

About the author: Benigno Varillas is a spanish journalist, working in nature issues since 1971. benigno.varillas@gmail.com

Whatsapp: +34 630 438 093 Website: http://www.bisonte.net Twitter: @EuropeanBisons

Aznalcazar–Doñana Nature Cultural Center
38924 Aznalcazar, Sevilla (Spain)
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Reconvert the conservation of nature

WILD EUROPE

PRESS RELEASE 0001 EN

Euro Fauna Project

30 / 08 / 2018

Proposal to reconvert the conservation of nature 
in exchange of self–management


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Letter to the Government of Spain: 

“We ask to reduce our budget”

A leading group of veteran nature advocates ask the Government of Spain to promoting a productive rural economy that makes the wildlife profitable with international teleworkers, naturalists and officials reconverted to autonomous that self–manage protected natural spaces in exchange of reduce public spending on nature protection.

Rural abandonment increases. Young people want to live in cities and have modern professions. Subsidizing livestock and rural activity in marginal areas instead of slowing down the process accelerates it. On the other hand, financing the breeding of select meats with public money is subsidizing, with money of the taxpayer who consumes the cheap, the shopping basket of others with higher purchasing power. For more confusion, traditional agricultural production is incompatible with the expansion of the wild. Many grant recipients for maintaining the biodiversity of marginal areas ask that part of it be withdrawed. It is necessary to meditate what to do with the 25 million hectares of the wild and remote territory of Europe in Spain, whose food production does not compete in price with the other half of Spain, dedicated to industrial agriculture, human settlements and infrastructure.

Between 1969 and 1989 the citizens forced the Public Administration to conserve nature in Spain. The answer was to give monopoly of wildlife management to officials in charge of the taxpayer. But now, conservation budget has been cutted for years. The signatories of this petition ask for legislative changes that allow locating in the rural environment an autonomous social tissue that makes profitable the expansion of the wild. A change of approach that reduces the expense of conserving nature, while increasing its effectiveness and sustainability.

The recovery of European wildlife is the cause that is offered to attract thousands of conservationists from all over the world, who can telework, to Spain. The key is that they continue their current professional activity working online and living nomadically in cabins to rent from a network of villages in protected natural areas of Spain. The teleworkers will make profitable the expansion of the European fauna through the diffusion of their personal experience participating in the daily tracking of the Iberian fauna with the camera traps from the naturalists, rangers and officials of the Administration that want to become autonomous in self–managing the territory and in exchange of generating income for long–term tourism by hosting conservationists–international teleworkers; payment for environmental services to the public administration; communication products; breeding of large wild herbivores and other resources of the proposed economic model.

See the letter and its first signatories (in spanish): Carta abierta al Gobierno

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Rural Nature Association

Registered with no 594805
in the Ministry of the Interior of Spain
with date 25/03/2010 – VAT no G–21481585
President: Benigno Varillas
Aznalcázar –– Doñana
NatureCulturalCenter
c/ La Pedriza,1 – 28002 Madrid
E-mail: wildspain@wild-europe.com
Tel.: +34 630 438 093
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