Imprint

Website operator

Wilderness International Foundation

Grundstraße 1
01326 Dresden
Deutschland/Germany

Tel: + 49 (0) 351 - 314 02 220

E-mail: kontakt@wilderness-international.org

The Wilderness International Foundation is a non-profit foundation with legal capacity under civil law.

Authorized representative Board of Management Germany

Kai Andersch - Chairman of the Board

Jürgen Thiele - Chief Financial Officer

Ronny Scholz - Director Projects

Responsible for the contents

Kai Andersch

Competent supervisory authority

Saxony State Directorate, 09105 Chemnitz

Reference to European OS Platform

According to the EU Regulation No. 524/2013 on Online Dispute Resolution in Consumer Matters, consumers have the option of settling disputes with entrepreneurs in connection with online sales contracts or online service contracts out of court via an online platform (ODR platform). This platform has been set up by the EU Commission and made accessible via the following link: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/

We are neither willing nor obligated to participate in a dispute resolution procedure before a consumer arbitration board (see § 36 VSBG).

Sustainability

We also strive to pay attention to sustainability in our office. For this we were awarded in 2015 by the Bundesdeutscher Arbeitskreis für Umweltbewusstes Management e.V. in the competition "Büro&Umwelt" as one of the most environmentally friendly offices in Germany!

In our foundation premises in Dresden, we obtain green electricity. Thanks to DREWAG Dresdner Strom natur, it comes 100% from renewable energy sources.

Validity of the imprint

The imprint applies to this page as well as to our Facebook page Wilderness International https://www.facebook.com/wildernessinternational/. In addition, this also applies to the Instagram account "Wilderness International" at https://www.instagram.com/wildernessinternational/ as well as the Twitter account "Wilderness_Int" at https://twitter.com/wilderness_int and the Youtube account at https://www.youtube.com/user/ProtectWilderness.

For reasons of space and readability, the generic masculine is used in text passages where mixed-gender groups of people are referred to.