EwA cultivates an informed and responsible form of environmental engagement — one that makes a difference in a World which needs that we redefine our relationship with Nature.
Specifically EwA bridges ethics and relevance gaps between Wildlife and outdoors enthusiasts, conservation experts, ecological researchers and volunteers, animal welfare scientists, and Nature. We inform, we guide, we coach. We enable individual, organizational and societal changes.
EwA's impact is that through our work such as developing guides and etiquettes for engagement of the public and professionals with nature habitats and wildlife, we foster an enduring attitude of ecological respect and belonging.
EwA's ethics framework benefits directly nature conservation as it allows individuals and organizations to better integrate within our environment and act with the survivability and preservation of integral ecosystems in mind.
EwA's Ethics Toolbox
A Wise & Wild Attitude
Our attitude is one of Humility which paired with Empathy and Knowledge that leads us to be ecological actors of change. As a wonderful result: We are more connected and have a positive & lasting impact, we are more connected. We end up having the time of our life in Nature and we truly feel good about it!
A Mindful & Informed Process
If each time that we hike in a park - visit a sanctuary - observe wildlife - volunteer or work in nature, we practice the 3 activities of Exploring (researching the opportunity), Preparing our visit, and Engaging in the moment and after coming back, then our Wise & Wild attitude solidifies—turning into a way of living that we can be proud of, share and advocate for...
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EwA's Focus Areas: Nature & Wildlife Conservation | Conservation & Ecological Ethics | Volunteering & Citizen Science | Responsible Travel & Tourism | Environment & Sustainability | Animal Captivity & Welfare | Wildlife Traffic & Crime
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