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A community-led approach to snow leopard conservation

A community-led approach to snow leopard conservation
27 Jun 2019

We meet Bayarjargal Agvaantseren and hear about her work to create a 1.8 million acre nature reserve - a people-led success in snow leopard conservation.

Feature

White Stork – here’s why they’re such an uplifting opportunity

White Stork – here’s why they’re such an uplifting opportunity
20 Jun 2016

What would the reintroduction of the iconic White Stork mean to Britain - and the very idea of rewilding itself? We caught up with ecologist…

Feature

To regain ground and confidence nature conservation needs policies that support rewilding

To regain ground and confidence nature conservation needs policies that support rewilding
By Paul Jepson
07 Jun 2016

Paul Jepson makes the case for an enabling policy space for rewilding as a new and complementary conservation approach in Europe

Opinion

Here come the New Radicals

Here come the New Radicals
27 Apr 2016

The unrestrained idealism and energy of young people could dramatically force the pace of change when it comes to rewilding, says Nick Harvey

Feature

Winning hearts and minds in Argentina

Winning hearts and minds in Argentina
09 Mar 2016

The rewilding of Los Esteros del Iberá is making great progress – and there are valuable lessons we can learn, says John Jackson

Interview

A really wild interview with Chris Packham

A really wild interview with Chris Packham
By Rewilding Britain
03 Mar 2016

Our Director, Helen Meech, recently had a chance to interview TV presenter and rewilding advocate, Chris Packham, about his views on rewilding…

Opinion

The Welsh Uplands – Death or Resurrection?

The Welsh Uplands – Death or Resurrection?
By Rewilding Britain
04 Feb 2016

The reality confounds all the good environmental intentions which have been promised for the uplands. Agricultural policy reform, agri-environment…