The first collection of the finished versions of livedrawings, that have been made in conferences and seminars mostly before the Covid pandemic.
WWF Fuller Symposium 2014: Full Plate – Nourishing the World Sustainably
The International Marine Conservation Congress IMCC3 Glasgow, Scotland 2014:
Wired in the Wild: Can Technology Save the Planet? WWF Fuller Symposium 2015:
2 Degrees Later: Resilience in a Changing World – “WWF Fuller Symposium held on November 15, 2016”
5th European Congress of Conservation Biology
12th – 15th of June 2018, Jyväskylä, Finland
Those #%&* bastards turned my home forest into pulp fiction!
The international conference on dam removal and the restauration of the Sélune river, from 24th to 26 September, 2019 in Brittany and Normandy
Roberto Epple (European Rivers Network – France)
Emergence et historique de l’effacement de barrages
Emergence and history of dam removals
Pao Fernández Garrido (World Fish Migration Foundation – Spain)
Portrait d’un nouveau mouvement européen de restauration de la continuité écologique des rivières
Portrait of a new European movement of opening up swimways in rivers
Joshua Royte (The Nature Conservancy – USA)
Impacts écologiques et sociaux des enlèvements de barrages sur les rivières Kennebec et Penobscot, Maine, USA
Ecological and social impacts of dam removals on the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers, Maine
Dam Removal goes Alps – March 22, 2021
The invasive alien raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) proved to be a more frequent and opportunistic predator than any of the native predator species.
Alien species are recognised as presenting an increasingly global threat to native species, but we often lack evidence of their interactions and effects. For example, boreal nesting duck species have recently declined in abundance and in Finland more than half of the species are now classified as endangered. Alien predators have been suspected as playing a part in these declines and new studies suggest that this suspicion is justified. A joint Helsinki and Aarhus University study established more than 400 artificial nests containing farmed mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) eggs in normal duck nesting sites in Finland and Denmark, monitoring nest fates with wildlife cameras.
Alien predators pose a threat to ground-nesting birds in Northern Europe
Invasive American mink pose a risk for birds nesting especially in wetlands & archipelago. It also is a threat for critically endangered European mink.
Bee hotels help wild solitary bees & wasps. Also rotten tree trunks and open sandy patches are good for them. But pollinators also need food. So mowe less grass & leave wild areas for wild flowers in the garden, please!