How cohesion within the European ranger and conservation network helps rangers in war regions and how nature is being affected there: we spoke to an Ukrainian and Israeli ranger about this. In another interview, we learned how important solidarity is for rangers in Montenegro, who are endeavouring to establish a ranger association to achieve better recognition and training standards for their profession.
Also new on our website in November: The Iceland Conservation Volunteers Programme shows how crucial the help of volunteers is for the work of rangers. And while our former project officer Niki practised ranger exchange by visiting his colleague in Connemara National Park in Ireland, our former President Urs joined the Global Ranger Congress in the Azores: a marine congress with exciting specialist talks and plenty of ranger spirit.
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