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Our values

Our four core values are guided by our vision of the world we want to see. Where rewilding flourishing across Britain, reconnecting us with the natural world, sustaining communities and tackling the species extinction crisis and climate emergency. We are individually and collectively committed to put these values into practice.

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We’re visionary

  • We want to see rewilding flourishing across Britain – reconnecting us with the natural world, sustaining communities and tackling the climate emergency and the extinction crisis. 
  • We encourage a wide diversity of views and new, creative thinking because we can all play a role in building a better world. 
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We’re pioneering

  • We’re first movers who champion bold, concrete action now. 
  • We love to explore innovative and new solutions in this ever-changing world.
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We’re credible

  • We are always guided by the best available scientific evidence and technical expertise. 
  • We use real life experiences and stories to support and inform our approach
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We’re collaborative

  • We work in partnership with others, catalysing networks of enthusiasts because we all have a role in building a better future for people, nature and climate. 
  • We embrace the connection of people to the land and sea because if nature thrives, we all thrive. 
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We’re inspiring

  • We believe a world where we live alongside wild nature is possible, if only we chose to make it happen.
  • We encourage people to take action towards a hopeful, positive future for our planet that matches the scale of the challenges we face 

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Images:
Hooded crow: Mark Hamblin/​scotlandbigpicture​.com
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ine marten: James Roddie/​scotlandbigpicture​.com
Spiny seahorse: Alexander Mustard/​scotlandbigpicture​.com
Avocets: Bertie Gregory /​scotlandbigpicture​.com
Crane: Mark Hamblin/​scotlandbigpicture​.com