World Wilderness Congress Publications
This collection chronicles a unique 30 year history of global conservation from grassroots to senior policy makers. The World Wilderness Congress (WWC), is the the longest-running, international, public conservation project. It is a two-three year process of collaboration between many groups, governments, experts in all fields, community representatives, businesses, scientists, artists and more. Clearly, wild nature is under threat all over the world, and human society needs to change if we are to solve the issues in front of us. There are also good stories to tell, ones that tell us who we are, and where we need to go.
These are the publications that tell the outcomes, policies and stories of the World Wilderness Congresses.