WILD10 e-newsletter // December 2013 
Urban Art for Nature
The completed mural made by the talented members of Boa Mistura as a gift from WILD10 to the people of Salamanca.


Your feedback is important. Within one week, all WILD10 registered delegates will receive a special email asking for feedback to 10 basic questions, to help us make WILD11 even better! Stay tuned...

 Social Media Update

The World Wilderness Congress is an ongoing process- each WWC is connected and builds from the previous. We are in the process of closing down our WILD10 Spanish Facebook page and migrating our fans to our main WILD10 page. We'll soon be re-branding our WILD10 page to a general World Wilderness Congress to ensure that each and every one of our followers stays informed of upcoming WWC news. Please be sure to "like" our Facebook page!


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Baba Brinkman
As a special commission for WILD10, Baba Brinkman performed brand new material from his forthcoming work "The Rap Guide to Wilderness," exploring our place in nature and the deep human attraction to wild creatures and wild spaces. Check out the full song & lyrics to our very own WILD10 song, "Go WILD"!

Information, Inspiration & Action for a Wilder World
WILD10 Staff & Volunteers  Fatima Andrade
WILD10 Staff & Volunteers Fatima Andrade

The WILD10 action continues...since delegates and online participants convened in Salamanca in October, our team of staff & volunteers has been working day and night to bring you our newly updated informational website. We've turned the wild10.org website from a logistical hub to an information archive and action site. The numerous initiatives launched at WILD10 are now rolling out, and the resolutions are at work in many countries. There's been an incredible surge of images, videos, presentations, stories and more coming from WILD10 attendees. We want to share everything with you, put tools in your hands, and keep the enthusiasm strong and focused.

Stefano Unterthiner / Wild Wonders of Europe
Over 1,000 delegates from more than 65 nations filled the medieval city center of Salamanca to explore, debate, connect and forge partnerships and implement targeted actions to value and protect wild nature around the world, and protect its benefits for human society. Approximately 25,000 others from 85 nations participated online through our live streaming and interactive features. Many new initiatives developed as part of the WILD10 collaborative planning process were officially launched throughout the congress. Here are just a few of the outcomes from the 10th World Wilderness Congress: 

Resolutions are a significant part of WILD10's call-to-action; the Resolutions Committee went through all submitted documents and approved 33 final resolutions.


Reports: we had one action-packed program put together for WILD10 and are completing the reporting process now. Here's what is available: 

WILD10 Visuals
Photo  Jaime Rojo
Photo Jaime Rojo

We had such a great time in Salamanca- and the visuals prove it! Thanks to all for sending in some incredible photos, videos, stories and more. We're still receiving additional content, so make sure you check back to see the rest! Here's just a few ways to relive the 10th World Wilderness Congress: