New law in Switzerland paves way for ‘long-term coexistence between wolves and humans’


The reform of the hunting law is aimed at boosting biodiversity and serves as a legal basis to deal with the growing wolf population, says Stefan Engler. The senator and representative of the centrist Christian Democratic Party explains why he recommends voter approve the reform in a nationwide on September 27.

The current hunting law dates back to 1985 but things have changed considerably since then. Protected species such as wolves and beavers have made a comeback in recent years, which is a positive sign for Switzerland’s nature and biodiversity.

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