Nature is our life support system, it’s the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, the energy that sustains us. And it’s in trouble. Wildlife is in dramatic decline. Species extinction and catastrophic climate change threaten all life on Earth. We must take action.
Nature has the power to heal itself and to heal us, if we let it. That’s what rewilding is all about; restoring ecosystems to the point where nature can take care of itself, and restoring our relationship with the natural world. Reconnecting with what matters.
Rewilding is hope for the future.
Main image: Pine marten, Mark Hamblin/scotlandbigpicture.com
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Rewilding takes a big picture, holistic approach to helping nature recover and flourish. Here’s our definition
Rewilding can help reverse species extinction, tackle climate change and improve our overall health and wellbeing
Rewilding is about creating the conditions for nature to thrive, re-establishing natural processes to repair ecosystems and boost biodiversity
We have the space but we need to collaborate and innovate to drive nature recovery and support people and communities into the future
Natural processes lie at the heart of rewilding, but what are they and why do we talk about them so much?
Conservation has been doing a vital job working for nature for decades. Rewilding is set to take it to the next level