Prof. dr. Michael E. Soulé is co-founder of the Society for Conservation Biology and of the Wildlands Project in the United States. He is considered the father of rewilding and one of the discoverers of the phenomenon of top-down regulation. Michael stands amongst the great environmental visionaries and advocates of our time.
Michael talks with vision and holistic analysis of various topics about world conditions and fundamental preconditions and enlightened mindset for nature conservation, and with plight for compassion for nature and about human connectivity, environmentalism, nuance and impermanence. During the question session he also refers to the Safeguarding the Romanian Carpathians project.
Michael is also patron to the Anatolian Leopard Foundation and a mentor and inspirator to our members.