In the year 2000, wolf pups were once more born in the wild in Germany, for the first time since the wolf's local extinction. Since then, the wolf population in Germany has grown to more than 120 packs. From a conservation point of view, this is a remarkable success, but how do people in Germany feel about the wolf?
The KnowWolf project aims to identify and overcome possible obstacles to knowledge transfer among adults. Such obstacles can originate, for example, in societal conflicts or in the emotional societal and media discourse of the wolf topic.
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