The Outdoors – Reconnecting with nature and finding adventure. More

Fire and Ice

An expedition of extremes inside the glacier ice caves of Mount St. Helens

ADVENTURE

The Duc Ngo

The celebrated chef and devoted urbanite about adventures in the wilderness and the meaning of success

BEHIND THE SCENES

Try a Microadventure

Adventures in concentrated form are the easiest way to get out of your comfort zone, so no more excuses!

ADVENTURE

125 was the year of the first recorded “hike” undertaken by the Roman Emperor Hadrian when he climbed Sicily’s Mount Etna.

Facts

Paddling the Amazon

Two students set out to cross the Amazon rainforest for six months by canoe

ADVENTURE

Bushcraft with Ralf Pintzka

How to start a fire with your smartphone and why relying on advice from a Mickey Mouse comic can put your life

ADVENTURE

Women in Mountain Rescue

Sabrina Wurzer is one of the few women who volunteer as mountain rescuers in the Alps

ADVENTURE

Female Astronauts Underground

Insa Thiele-Eich and Suzanna Randall train in caves for the conditions on the ISS

ADVENTURE

The Return of the Wolf

The wolf is returning to Europe's forests. Is the presence of the canine a blessing or a curse?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Playful Hiking

Hiking turns into fun for kids if they see nature as a playground

ADVENTURE

Jack Wolfskin x Naito

The Japanese graphic artist created a bold print capsule collection for Jack Wolfskin

BEHIND THE SCENES

In Tune With the Dark

Night hiking sharpens the senses and is incredibly fun

ADVENTURE

Guerel Sahin, Photographer and Jack Wolfskin Partner

The travel and landscape photographer took a leap of faith and made his dream reality

BEHIND THE SCENES

Searching for Stars

Stargazing not only sparks curiosity among kids, it can help to foster a love of learning, nature and science

ADVENTURE

The Plastic Hike Exhibition

The Trash Traveler's first exhibition featuring sculptures made from ocean plastic

SUSTAINABILITY

Turning Smog Into Diamonds

An interview with Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde about social design and the power of community

SUSTAINABILITY

On the Wolftrail With Guerel Sahin

The landscape photographer about his favorite part of the trekking adventure in the Scottish Highlands

ADVENTURE

Jack Wolfskin’s Anniversary Collection

To mark 40 years of Jack Wolfskin, the brand has reinterpreted some of its most notable product icons

BEHIND THE SCENES

Give Bees a Chance

Beekeeping is trending everywhere, but why are bee mortality rates still up?

SUSTAINABILITY

From North to South

This is a story of two different worlds facing the same problem: climate change

SUSTAINABILITY

Reconnecting with Nature

Environmental blogger Margarita from Margreen shows ways to get grounded and use the healing powers of nature

SUSTAINABILITY

Wolftrail Scotland

Hiking guide Ben Mueller takes us through the remote wilderness of the Scottish Highlands

ADVENTURE

The Alladale Wilderness Reserve

How a Scottish Highlands Resort Wants to Bring the Wolf Back to the Island

SUSTAINABILITY

14,912 – Number of miles that The Great Trail in Canada runs. It is currently the longest hiking trail in the world.

Facts

Can Tree-Planting Really Offset Our Carbon Footprint?

It sounds too easy to be true: Can we really nullify our carbon footprint just by paying for trees?

BEHIND THE SCENES

El Hierro – Evolution in Real Time

The island's efforts to run on clean energy have quietly failed. Yet, our author found a secluded sanctuary

ADVENTURE

The Ubiquity of the Paw Print Jacket

American author Sally McGrane explains why the German spy in her novel wears a Jack Wolfskin jacket

BEHIND THE SCENES

Ecosia – The Search Engine for the Planet

The Berlin-based startup uses 80% of it's profits to plant trees all around the world and fight climate change

SUSTAINABILITY

From Trash to Treasure

British designer Stuart Haygarth makes extraordinarily beautiful chandeliers from ocean plastic

SUSTAINABILITY

A Guide to Wild Edibles and Herbs by Sonja Greimel

Jack Wolfskin PR Manager Sonja Greimel teaches how to identify herbs and how to use them

BEHIND THE SCENES

37 - number of years Jack Wolfskin has been carrying the trekking backpack DENALI.

Repair Clothes and Help Reduce Textile Waste

Jack Wolfskin has a repair service to help customers conserve resources and reduce waste

BEHIND THE SCENES

Peter Wohlleben About the Hidden Life of Trees and Indestructible Sleeping Bags

The best selling author says trees can feel and urges us to rethink how we treat them

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

A Conversation With Environmental Activist Céline Cousteau

Despite all the human-made damage she encounters, Cousteau remains optimistic

ADVENTURE

Germany’s Search for the Supertree

Germany's trees are in bad shape, so scientist are searching for a climate change resistant species.

BEHIND THE SCENES

Family Adventures

It's the perfect time for a little fantasy trip to distract us from the “current situation”

ADVENTURE

Dr. Busch, What Goes on in Our Minds When We’re Surrounded by Nature?

Our digital lifestyle limits productivity and creativity. Dr. Busch explains why nature is the best cure.

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

26% – increase in cognitive function scores of employees working inside green-certified building opposed to their peers in non-certified buildings

Facts

30% – fewer sickness related absences are filed in office spaces with lots of greenery

Facts

The ASI Reisen Headquarters – A Building in Harmony With Nature

With a lush exterior, an open floor plan, and nap niches, these headquarters fulfill employees' dreams

BEHIND THE SCENES

Temple of Meditation

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has created a magical meditation house in a Bavarian spruce grove

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Birding Hype

Birdwatching is no longer viewed as an eccentric hobby. It's hip, even political!

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Stedsans in the Woods

This eco-retreat in the Swedish forest is not just a zen hotel. It's a concept for a lifestyle of the future

SUSTAINABILITY

900% – amount that US camping platform Tentrr has grown in May of 2020 compared to the first quarter. Corona has caused a global camping boom.

Facts

1Nite Tent

The online platform lets you pitch your tent on someone else's property for one night

ADVENTURE

Feather-Light Down Alternatives

Microguard Superloft is an animal friendly material that offers even more advantages than real feathers

BEHIND THE SCENES

From Babylon to Berlin – Vertical Gardens Help to Feed Cities

Vertical Farms and urban gardens are a huge trend. Can they solve problems that we will face in the future?

SUSTAINABILITY

12 – percentage of used clothing that is globally being recycled.

Facts

64 – number of used PET bottles that go into a recycled Jack Wolfskin men’s jacket. To date, Jack Wolfskin has given 19 million PET bottles a new life.

Facts

The Church of Sweat

The health benefits of sauna use are indisputable. Our author worships the church of sweat

ADVENTURE

A Father-Son Transalpine Journey

Crossing the Alps by bike from Lake Constance to Lago Maggiore

ADVENTURE

5 Easy Tips for Eco-Friendly Hiking in the Canadian Rockies

Hiking can be done pretty unsustainably. Here's what to keep in mind to protect nature

SUSTAINABILITY

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Refuse

An interview with molecular biologist and plastic pollution activist Andreas Noe aka the Trash Traveler

SUSTAINABILITY

110.000 – Number of miles an average person walks in their life.

Facts

The Art of Shinrin-Yoku

An Interview With Nature Therapist Lia Braun About Forest Bathing and How It Can Enhance Our Health

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Transcending Boundaries – The Gendarmstien Trail

Unlimited Views on Denmark's Most Beautiful Hiking Trail Along the German Border

ADVENTURE

Slow but Steady

A Conversation About Hiking on Your Front Doorstep With
Hiking Guide Gustl Fraedrich

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Following Rivers

For Four Weeks Author Jens Steingässer Travels by Bike and Packraft Along German Waterways

ADVENTURE

Walden 2020 – All Paths Lead to the Self

In Times of Crises We Seek to Ground Ourselves Through Nature. What Can Thoreau’s Classic Teach Us Today?

SUSTAINABILITY

The Cherry Season Has Begun

We Had Big Plans for the Summer, but Then Came the Pandemic, So Why Not Go Cherry-Picking at Your Local Farm?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Walking in nature can boost creative problem-solving skills by 60%

Facts

Vancouver, Canada is the most instagrammed #vanlife location in the world.

Facts

Picnics Instead of Conference Calls – The New Work-Life Integration

3D Artist Paul Milinski's Dreamy Designs Inspire Us to Re-Think Integrative Living and Working Spaces

SUSTAINABILITY

Traveling to Montenegro in Our Van

Picture Perfect Van Life Causes Our Author Anguish. Yet Her Family Is Giving It a Try on a Trip to Montenegro

ADVENTURE

Due to the Corona restrictions, Germans currently ride their bikes twice as much as before the pandemic. In April 2020, bicycle usage even quadrupled.

Facts

Dogs may sniff out COVID-19 infections in the future. In a Finnish study, dogs trained as medical diagnostic assistants learned to recognize the signature odor caused by the coronavirus.

Facts

Wolfgang Buttress – A Symphony of Bee and Man

The artist's sculpture Hive in London is controlled by the vibrations of honeybees

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

570K – Tons of plastic waste that end up in the Mediterranean Sea every year. The Seaqual Initiative has retrieved 600 tons of it and turned it into Seaqual yarn.

Facts

How I became a photographer

Anna Heupel's office job made her unhappy. So she took a plunge into uncertainty only to come out stronger

BEHIND THE SCENES

“If we don’t flip the switch, the littering will just continue”

SEAQUAL Initiative offers yarn made from marine plastic. An Interview with CEO Michel Chtepa

BEHIND THE SCENES

Can You Keep It Down?

Noise pollution is stressful for humans. We can only imagine the harmful effects on the animal world.

SUSTAINABILITY

A Night Hike to Mount Bromo

Climbing the 7,641 feet high volcano in Indonesia is no piece of cake - but definitely worth the effort

ADVENTURE

60 – number of centimeters that the Himalaya’s highest peaks lost during the 2015 earthquake in Nepal

Facts

Swimming in Cities

Swimming in urban waters gives our author a completely new perspective of a city

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Parks Project – National Parks Apparel

Out of love for US national parks, Parks Project makes merchandise that funds the parks and drives awareness

SUSTAINABILITY

12,5 – Kilograms of CO2 that a beech can absorb per year

Facts

Staying at Home With Kids

Lockdown with kids is easier said than done. Our author's son builds a bike ramp in the backyard

ADVENTURE

The Wild Ride

Three women on their motorbikes are on a mission through East Africa

ADVENTURE

2 Minimum of hours per week spent in nature will improve health and well being.

The Language of Nature in Our Lives

Busy bees and social butterflies: It’s interesting to see how accurate these descriptions really are

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Why Do Women Birdwatch Differently Than Men?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Wild Eating

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Wild (-Life) Sound Recordings of Chris Watson

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

A newly discovered deep-sea crustacean has been named after heavy metal heroes, Metallica

News

Saving the Last Remaining Virgin Forests in Romania From Illegal Logging

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Camino de Santiago – A Pilgrimage in Plastic Ponchos

Inspired by an Interview with Shirley MacLaine, a mother and her daughter hike the Camino de Santiago

ADVENTURE

Hunting for Mushrooms in the Brandenburg Woods

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

347,538 – Number of people who walked the Camino de Santiago in 2019

News

Hiking in a Place Built for Cars

California is built for cars. Here is what you experience if you walk along El Camino Real instead.

ADVENTURE

The Virtual Illusion of Marisa Hampe

Instagram Influencer and photographer Marisa Hampe about the perfect illusion of social media

BEHIND THE SCENES

Learning from Nature

An Interview with Petra Jäger, the founder of Germany's first forest school

Interview

Winter Escapes – Surfing in Fuerteventura

As the days get shorter and colder our author heads south to the Canary Islands

ADVENTURE

500 – Years it takes for average plastic bottles to fully decompose. Or it gets a new life as a Texapore Ecosphere product.

Facts

35 – increase in percent that food tastes better on hikes (active time starting at 2 hours 40 minutes)

Facts

Tiny Houses May Not Be the Future of Housing but They Can Be a Gateway Drug to Simpler Life

SUSTAINABILITY

Lost Places – Abandoned Military Base Vogelsang

Nature is impressively reclaiming this deserted former soviet town

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Mystery of the Corfu Trail

ADVENTURE

The Sound of Silence

The sound of nature has inspired musicians from Björk to Billie Eilish

SUSTAINABILITY

Fire and Ice

An expedition of extremes inside the glacier ice caves of Mount St. Helens

ADVENTURE

Try a Microadventure

Adventures in concentrated form are the easiest way to get out of your comfort zone, so no more excuses!

ADVENTURE

Paddling the Amazon

Two students set out to cross the Amazon rainforest for six months by canoe

ADVENTURE

Bushcraft with Ralf Pintzka

How to start a fire with your smartphone and why relying on advice from a Mickey Mouse comic can put your life

ADVENTURE

Women in Mountain Rescue

Sabrina Wurzer is one of the few women who volunteer as mountain rescuers in the Alps

ADVENTURE

Female Astronauts Underground

Insa Thiele-Eich and Suzanna Randall train in caves for the conditions on the ISS

ADVENTURE

Playful Hiking

Hiking turns into fun for kids if they see nature as a playground

ADVENTURE

In Tune With the Dark

Night hiking sharpens the senses and is incredibly fun

ADVENTURE

El Hierro – Evolution in Real Time

The island's efforts to run on clean energy have quietly failed. Yet, our author found a secluded sanctuary

ADVENTURE

Searching for Stars

Stargazing not only sparks curiosity among kids, it can help to foster a love of learning, nature and science

ADVENTURE

On the Wolftrail With Guerel Sahin

The landscape photographer about his favorite part of the trekking adventure in the Scottish Highlands

ADVENTURE

Wolftrail Scotland

Hiking guide Ben Mueller takes us through the remote wilderness of the Scottish Highlands

ADVENTURE

A Conversation With Environmental Activist Céline Cousteau

Despite all the human-made damage she encounters, Cousteau remains optimistic

ADVENTURE

Family Adventures

It's the perfect time for a little fantasy trip to distract us from the “current situation”

ADVENTURE

1Nite Tent

The online platform lets you pitch your tent on someone else's property for one night

ADVENTURE

The Church of Sweat

The health benefits of sauna use are indisputable. Our author worships the church of sweat

ADVENTURE

A Father-Son Transalpine Journey

Crossing the Alps by bike from Lake Constance to Lago Maggiore

ADVENTURE

Transcending Boundaries – The Gendarmstien Trail

Unlimited Views on Denmark's Most Beautiful Hiking Trail Along the German Border

ADVENTURE

Following Rivers

For Four Weeks Author Jens Steingässer Travels by Bike and Packraft Along German Waterways

ADVENTURE

Traveling to Montenegro in Our Van

Picture Perfect Van Life Causes Our Author Anguish. Yet Her Family Is Giving It a Try on a Trip to Montenegro

ADVENTURE

A Night Hike to Mount Bromo

Climbing the 7,641 feet high volcano in Indonesia is no piece of cake - but definitely worth the effort

ADVENTURE

Staying at Home With Kids

Lockdown with kids is easier said than done. Our author's son builds a bike ramp in the backyard

ADVENTURE

The Wild Ride

Three women on their motorbikes are on a mission through East Africa

ADVENTURE

Camino de Santiago – A Pilgrimage in Plastic Ponchos

Inspired by an Interview with Shirley MacLaine, a mother and her daughter hike the Camino de Santiago

ADVENTURE

The Mystery of the Corfu Trail

ADVENTURE

Hiking in a Place Built for Cars

California is built for cars. Here is what you experience if you walk along El Camino Real instead.

ADVENTURE

Winter Escapes – Surfing in Fuerteventura

As the days get shorter and colder our author heads south to the Canary Islands

ADVENTURE

The Duc Ngo

The celebrated chef and devoted urbanite about adventures in the wilderness and the meaning of success

BEHIND THE SCENES

Jack Wolfskin x Naito

The Japanese graphic artist created a bold print capsule collection for Jack Wolfskin

BEHIND THE SCENES

Guerel Sahin, Photographer and Jack Wolfskin Partner

The travel and landscape photographer took a leap of faith and made his dream reality

BEHIND THE SCENES

On the Wolftrail With Guerel Sahin

The landscape photographer about his favorite part of the trekking adventure in the Scottish Highlands

BEHIND THE SCENES

Jack Wolfskin’s Anniversary Collection

To mark 40 years of Jack Wolfskin, the brand has reinterpreted some of its most notable product icons

BEHIND THE SCENES

Wolftrail Scotland

Hiking guide Ben Mueller takes us through the remote wilderness of the Scottish Highlands

BEHIND THE SCENES

Can Tree-Planting Really Offset Our Carbon Footprint?

It sounds too easy to be true: Can we really nullify our carbon footprint just by paying for trees?

BEHIND THE SCENES

The Ubiquity of the Paw Print Jacket

American author Sally McGrane explains why the German spy in her novel wears a Jack Wolfskin jacket

BEHIND THE SCENES

A Guide to Wild Edibles and Herbs by Sonja Greimel

Jack Wolfskin PR Manager Sonja Greimel teaches how to identify herbs and how to use them

BEHIND THE SCENES

Repair Clothes and Help Reduce Textile Waste

Jack Wolfskin has a repair service to help customers conserve resources and reduce waste

BEHIND THE SCENES

Germany’s Search for the Supertree

Germany's trees are in bad shape, so scientist are searching for a climate change resistant species.

BEHIND THE SCENES

The ASI Reisen Headquarters – A Building in Harmony With Nature

With a lush exterior, an open floor plan, and nap niches, these headquarters fulfill employees' dreams

BEHIND THE SCENES

Feather-Light Down Alternatives

Microguard Superloft is an animal friendly material that offers even more advantages than real feathers

BEHIND THE SCENES

How I became a photographer

Anna Heupel's office job made her unhappy. So she took a plunge into uncertainty only to come out stronger

BEHIND THE SCENES

“If we don’t flip the switch, the littering will just continue”

SEAQUAL Initiative offers yarn made from marine plastic. An Interview with CEO Michel Chtepa

BEHIND THE SCENES

The Virtual Illusion of Marisa Hampe

Instagram Influencer and photographer Marisa Hampe about the perfect illusion of social media

BEHIND THE SCENES

125 was the year of the first recorded “hike” undertaken by the Roman Emperor Hadrian when he climbed Sicily’s Mount Etna.

14,912 – Number of miles that The Great Trail in Canada runs. It is currently the longest hiking trail in the world.

26% – increase in cognitive function scores of employees working inside green-certified building opposed to their peers in non-certified buildings

Facts

30% – fewer sickness related absences are filed in office spaces with lots of greenery

Facts

900% – amount that US camping platform Tentrr has grown in May of 2020 compared to the first quarter. Corona has caused a global camping boom.

12 – percentage of used clothing that is globally being recycled.

Facts

64 – number of used PET bottles that go into a recycled Jack Wolfskin men’s jacket. To date, Jack Wolfskin has given 19 million PET bottles a new life.

Facts

110.000 – Number of miles an average person walks in their life.

Walking in nature can boost creative problem-solving skills by 60%

Facts

Vancouver, Canada is the most instagrammed #vanlife location in the world.

Facts

Due to the Corona restrictions, Germans currently ride their bikes twice as much as before the pandemic. In April 2020, bicycle usage even quadrupled.

Facts

Dogs may sniff out COVID-19 infections in the future. In a Finnish study, dogs trained as medical diagnostic assistants learned to recognize the signature odor caused by the coronavirus.

Facts

570K – Tons of plastic waste that end up in the Mediterranean Sea every year. The Seaqual Initiative has retrieved 600 tons of it and turned it into Seaqual yarn.

60 – number of centimeters that the Himalaya’s highest peaks lost during the 2015 earthquake in Nepal

12,5 – Kilograms of CO2 that a beech can absorb per year

A newly discovered deep-sea crustacean has been named after heavy metal heroes, Metallica

347,538 – Number of people who walked the Camino de Santiago in 2019

500 – Years it takes for average plastic bottles to fully decompose. Or it gets a new life as a Texapore Ecosphere product.

Facts

35 – increase in percent that food tastes better on hikes (active time starting at 2 hours 40 minutes)

Facts

El Hierro – Evolution in Real Time

The island's efforts to run on clean energy have quietly failed. Yet, our author found a secluded sanctuary

SUSTAINABILITY

The Plastic Hike Exhibition

The Trash Traveler's first exhibition featuring sculptures made from ocean plastic

SUSTAINABILITY

Turning Smog Into Diamonds

An interview with Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde about social design and the power of community

SUSTAINABILITY

Give Bees a Chance

Beekeeping is trending everywhere, but why are bee mortality rates still up?

SUSTAINABILITY

From North to South

This is a story of two different worlds facing the same problem: climate change

SUSTAINABILITY

Reconnecting with Nature

Environmental blogger Margarita from Margreen shows ways to get grounded and use the healing powers of nature

SUSTAINABILITY

Can Tree-Planting Really Offset Our Carbon Footprint?

It sounds too easy to be true: Can we really nullify our carbon footprint just by paying for trees?

SUSTAINABILITY

The Alladale Wilderness Reserve

How a Scottish Highlands Resort Wants to Bring the Wolf Back to the Island

SUSTAINABILITY

Ecosia – The Search Engine for the Planet

The Berlin-based startup uses 80% of it's profits to plant trees all around the world and fight climate change

SUSTAINABILITY

From Trash to Treasure

British designer Stuart Haygarth makes extraordinarily beautiful chandeliers from ocean plastic

SUSTAINABILITY

Stedsans in the Woods

This eco-retreat in the Swedish forest is not just a zen hotel. It's a concept for a lifestyle of the future

SUSTAINABILITY

Feather-Light Down Alternatives

Microguard Superloft is an animal friendly material that offers even more advantages than real feathers

SUSTAINABILITY

From Babylon to Berlin – Vertical Gardens Help to Feed Cities

Vertical Farms and urban gardens are a huge trend. Can they solve problems that we will face in the future?

SUSTAINABILITY

5 Easy Tips for Eco-Friendly Hiking in the Canadian Rockies

Hiking can be done pretty unsustainably. Here's what to keep in mind to protect nature

SUSTAINABILITY

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Refuse

An interview with molecular biologist and plastic pollution activist Andreas Noe aka the Trash Traveler

SUSTAINABILITY

Walden 2020 – All Paths Lead to the Self

In Times of Crises We Seek to Ground Ourselves Through Nature. What Can Thoreau’s Classic Teach Us Today?

SUSTAINABILITY

Picnics Instead of Conference Calls – The New Work-Life Integration

3D Artist Paul Milinski's Dreamy Designs Inspire Us to Re-Think Integrative Living and Working Spaces

SUSTAINABILITY

“If we don’t flip the switch, the littering will just continue”

SEAQUAL Initiative offers yarn made from marine plastic. An Interview with CEO Michel Chtepa

SUSTAINABILITY

Can You Keep It Down?

Noise pollution is stressful for humans. We can only imagine the harmful effects on the animal world.

SUSTAINABILITY

Parks Project – National Parks Apparel

Out of love for US national parks, Parks Project makes merchandise that funds the parks and drives awareness

SUSTAINABILITY

Tiny Houses May Not Be the Future of Housing but They Can Be a Gateway Drug to Simpler Life

SUSTAINABILITY

The Sound of Silence

The sound of nature has inspired musicians from Björk to Billie Eilish

SUSTAINABILITY

The Return of the Wolf

The wolf is returning to Europe's forests. Is the presence of the canine a blessing or a curse?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Give Bees a Chance

Beekeeping is trending everywhere, but why are bee mortality rates still up?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Can Tree-Planting Really Offset Our Carbon Footprint?

It sounds too easy to be true: Can we really nullify our carbon footprint just by paying for trees?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Alladale Wilderness Reserve

How a Scottish Highlands Resort Wants to Bring the Wolf Back to the Island

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Ecosia – The Search Engine for the Planet

The Berlin-based startup uses 80% of it's profits to plant trees all around the world and fight climate change

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

From Trash to Treasure

British designer Stuart Haygarth makes extraordinarily beautiful chandeliers from ocean plastic

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

A Guide to Wild Edibles and Herbs by Sonja Greimel

Jack Wolfskin PR Manager Sonja Greimel teaches how to identify herbs and how to use them

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Peter Wohlleben About the Hidden Life of Trees and Indestructible Sleeping Bags

The best selling author says trees can feel and urges us to rethink how we treat them

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

A Conversation With Environmental Activist Céline Cousteau

Despite all the human-made damage she encounters, Cousteau remains optimistic

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Germany’s Search for the Supertree

Germany's trees are in bad shape, so scientist are searching for a climate change resistant species.

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Dr. Busch, What Goes on in Our Minds When We’re Surrounded by Nature?

Our digital lifestyle limits productivity and creativity. Dr. Busch explains why nature is the best cure.

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Temple of Meditation

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has created a magical meditation house in a Bavarian spruce grove

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Birding Hype

Birdwatching is no longer viewed as an eccentric hobby. It's hip, even political!

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Stedsans in the Woods

This eco-retreat in the Swedish forest is not just a zen hotel. It's a concept for a lifestyle of the future

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Refuse

An interview with molecular biologist and plastic pollution activist Andreas Noe aka the Trash Traveler

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Art of Shinrin-Yoku

An Interview With Nature Therapist Lia Braun About Forest Bathing and How It Can Enhance Our Health

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Slow but Steady

A Conversation About Hiking on Your Front Doorstep With
Hiking Guide Gustl Fraedrich

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Following Rivers

For Four Weeks Author Jens Steingässer Travels by Bike and Packraft Along German Waterways

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Walden 2020 – All Paths Lead to the Self

In Times of Crises We Seek to Ground Ourselves Through Nature. What Can Thoreau’s Classic Teach Us Today?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Cherry Season Has Begun

We Had Big Plans for the Summer, but Then Came the Pandemic, So Why Not Go Cherry-Picking at Your Local Farm?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

“If we don’t flip the switch, the littering will just continue”

SEAQUAL Initiative offers yarn made from marine plastic. An Interview with CEO Michel Chtepa

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Can You Keep It Down?

Noise pollution is stressful for humans. We can only imagine the harmful effects on the animal world.

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Swimming in Cities

Swimming in urban waters gives our author a completely new perspective of a city

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Parks Project – National Parks Apparel

Out of love for US national parks, Parks Project makes merchandise that funds the parks and drives awareness

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Language of Nature in Our Lives

Busy bees and social butterflies: It’s interesting to see how accurate these descriptions really are

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Why Do Women Birdwatch Differently Than Men?

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Wolfgang Buttress – A Symphony of Bee and Man

The artist's sculpture Hive in London is controlled by the vibrations of honeybees

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Wild Eating

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

The Wild (-Life) Sound Recordings of Chris Watson

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Saving the Last Remaining Virgin Forests in Romania From Illegal Logging

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Hunting for Mushrooms in the Brandenburg Woods

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Lost Places – Abandoned Military Base Vogelsang

Nature is impressively reclaiming this deserted former soviet town

WOLF / WATER / WOODS

Learning from Nature

An Interview with Petra Jäger, the founder of Germany's first forest school

WOLF / WATER / WOODS