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It’s been a long wait, we know. But get ready for Wild Issue #175; it’s one of our biggest and best issues ever. Unfortunately, however, it’s an issue tinged with tragedy, as Wild looks squarely at the fires that have devastated Australia over this last summer. There’s a 5000-word feature on why these fires change Read More
A new film highlighting the 1980s battle to stop the iconic Franklin River from being dammed is set to commence production this year. The film, Dark Water: Battle on the Franklin is the story of young Tasmanian Oliver Cassidy as he follows in the footsteps of activists who tried to stop the damming by Tasmania’s Read More
MEDIA RELEASE: Australian Conservation Foundation The fossil fuel industry directly donated more than $85.7 million to Australian political parties in the 2018-19 financial year, highlighting the need for serious reform of the political donations system, the Australian Conservation Foundation said today. The political party returns 2018-19, released today, reveal: The biggest fossil fuel donor was Clive Read More
Dear Wild Reader, We have big news, and it’s not merely that I’ve been here as editor of the mag for twelve months now. No, it’s that Adventure Entertainment has decided to invest in Wild and has purchased the magazine. The CEO, Toby Ryston-Pratt, is a long-time reader of Wild, and is intent on Read More
In September 2019, Dani Arnold set a new record time at the Cima Grande. The Mammut Pro Team Athlete climbed the north face over the Comici-Dimai route in 46 minutes and 30 seconds, a route that normally takes experienced climbers six to seven hours to complete. The 35 years old now holds the speed record on four of Europe’s six major north faces.
World Expeditions to support the end of wildlife suffering for tourist purposes.
Two renewable energy projects – one in Vietnam and the other in China – and two forest conservation projects – one in Tasmania and the other in Zimbabwe – are the first projects to benefit from World Expeditions’ new Positive Impact Travel initiative. The initiative, in which World Expeditions is purchasing carbon credits to offset Read More