Rewilding animals is one of our best options to partner with nature to combat climate change
Exactly one week ago the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report on the current and future state of the Earth’s climate. The report had a rather dire message: we are unlikely to achieve the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement of cutting in half greenhouse gas emissions from all sectors by 2030, leave alone reaching net zero emissions by 2050.
Protecting and enhancing wildlife populations could be a global warming game changer
New science published today reveals that protecting and enhancing the populations of even a limited number of wildlife species could help to keep rising global temperatures below the critical 1.5 °C threshold, while simultaneously reversing biodiversity decline and offering multiple other co-benefits.
Dave Foreman – Remembering a Father Tree
The wilderness community and the global rewilding movement pay tribute to a founding father, Dave Foreman.
Rewilding the American West
Vance Martin, president of WILD, responds to Rewilding the American West, a recently published article by BioScience.
The Right To A Healthy Planet Finally Endorsed By UN
In a historic vote on July 28, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the universal human right to a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment.
Help Rewilding In Ukraine
As war descends on Ukraine, it also sweeps across the wetlands of the Danube River Delta that...
Tom Lovejoy, you will be dearly missed…
With the passing of Tom Lovejoy on December 25 the world lost a tireless scientist and leading spokesperson for the importance of public understanding of environmental science and its findings.
Ecosulis launches UK’s first rewilding internship programme
The pioneering graduate internship programme will allow young people to begin their rewilding career and shape the emerging profession.
Cheetahs return to Mozambique’s Maputo Special Reserve
Cheetahs will soon grace the wildlife-rich plains of Maputo Special Reserve in southern Mozambique for the first time since the 1960s thanks to GRA member, Peace Parks Foundation.
Two Global Rewilding Alliance members work together to restore the Scottish Highlands
Affric Highlands initiative to restore nature will work with local communities in new ways connecting wildlife habitats and building a nature-based economy.