Who are we?
The year 2023 marks the launch of the “Iniciativa Humanidad – Fauna silvestre” (IHF). After the success of the implemented actions in France, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation has decided to replicate the Human–Wildlife Initiative in Spain, where cohabitation between humans and wildlife is also a challenge. This initiative brings together three partners who form the Steering Committee: the Prince Albert Foundation II of Monaco, the Spanish branch of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Observatorio Grupo Campo Grande.
The Prince Albert IIde Monaco Foundation was created in 2006 by HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco in order to work for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development at local and global level. Active all over the world, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation has sought to bring together scientists, political leaders and economic and civil society stakeholders behind a vital objective for our future – protecting the ocean and the land. The Foundation’s long-term action has led to some encouraging victories being won, whether in safeguarding endangered species or improving living conditions in rural communities by implementing new sustainable and ethical solutions.
The Observatorio Grupo Campo Grande is a national think tank created in 2016 by the Fundación Entretantos. This group is formed by a multitude of actors with different positions and approaches on the existing conflicts between extensive livestock farming and Iberian wolves, with the aim of proposing reflections and solutions to facilitate their coexistence. Eight members of this group constitute the evaluation committee which will evaluate the proposals submitted to calls for projects.