Wild Ark – Conservation Destinations

If you are looking for a great conservation-centered destination then Wild Ark is your company. You can visit places like Copenhagen, Denmark. Named one of the most eco-friendly cities in the world, Copenhagen is dedicated to eco-conscious living and sustainability. Biking is extremely popular here. Residents mostly bike to work and school. The global affairs and lifestyle magazine, Monocle, ranked Copenhagen to “most livable city” in 2013 due to its facilities for cyclists, public transportation, and environmental policies. Learn more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/10/20/mick-fanning-the-conservationist-first-look-at-his-expedition-t/

Another destination is Amsterdam, Netherlands where bikes out number people. In 2013, there were more than 1,200,000 bicycles. Amsterdam is named the most bicycle-friendly capital city in the world. It is replete with bike paths and bike racks. There are even guarded bike storage garages. The hassle of driving vehicles around coupled with the flat terrain and 249 miles of bike paths makes traveling by bicycle a popular mode of transportation. With less carbon emission this is one of the greenest cities on the planet.

Stockholm, Sweden is another green destination where trash and litter are rarely seen. Being one of the cleanest cities in the world, Stockholm was dubbed the Europe’s first green city due to the 2010 European Green Capital Award by the EU Commission.


Berlin, Germany is a destination also known for its alternative ways on being green. With communities enthusiastic to have green spaces around their urban areas Berlin demonstrates, to the world, how to have a sustainable environment, resourcing, and recycling. Berlin has become known for its alternative perspective on keeping its spaces green. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-hutchinson-596329121/?ppe=1


Wild Ark


Wild Ark was founded by Mark and Sophie Hutchinson and a group of ardent conservationists who wants to ensure the future of our planet is here for future generations. They are really concerned with the dangers the world’s wild places are facing. Their continued mission is to secure parts of known green belts around the globe to protect the rich biodiversity of the ecosystem conserving wildlife. Reconnecting humans with nature for inspirational moments and conducting new research is their everyday goal.

Learn more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/10/29/david-pocock-will-spend-his-sabbatical-saving-the-world/