Two wolves play near an icy river

Rewilding: An Introduction

 

The following articles will give you a well rounded overview to what is meant by rewilding.

A wild bison stood in a meadow with mountains and forest behind

What is Rewilding?

Rewilding can help create a healthier, more resilient natural world. As we become ever more aware of the threats to our planet and the need to safeguard its future, rewilding offers us a crucial opportunity.

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A lynx sitting on a rock

Trophic Cascades

Trophic cascades take place when predators at the apex of a food chain alter the numbers not just of their own prey, but also the species with which they have no direct connection, in some cases radically transforming the ecosystem and surrounding landscape.      

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A Eurasian wolf stood in snow in a forest

Reasons for Rewilding  

In addition to environmental stewardship, rewilding offers an abundance of not so obvious, but equally as important ecological, social and economic benefits.

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A portrait photo of a rhino with black background

6th Mass Extinction

The past decades have witnessed an unprecedented acceleration of species and habitat loss. This phenomenon has been called by scientists the sixth mass extinction, and it is mainly caused by human activity.

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A jeep on a nature based tourism excursion in Africa

Nature Based Tourism

In southern and eastern Africa, the benefits of well-managed nature-based tourism to conservation have long been known. But what about in Europe?

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The cover of George Monbiot's Feral

Feral: A Review

Feral provides an in-depth exploration into the state of our natural world. It is well informed, thought-provoking and, at times, controversial. It provides a overview for anyone rewilding.

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A close up portrait of a Pine Marten

Wildlife in Ireland

This article showcases some of Ireland’s wildlife, discusses their characteristics, their threats and their importance in an ecosystem. It also investigates whether there really is room for a return of the wolf to Ireland.

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A lake and autumn forest in Ireland

Rewilding Ireland

Western Europe has lost huge swathes of wilderness, but nowhere more so than Ireland. Once home to the Gaels, or "forest people", it is an ecological shadow of its former self.

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A large European Oak tree at sunset

Tree Extinction

The sixth mass extension, the accelerated loss of habitats and species, continues to unfold and threatens Europe’s native woodlands. According to the latest report by IUCN, more than half of Europe’s endemic tree species – those that don’t exist anywhere else on the planet – face extinction.

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Two wolves play by an icy river

Rewilding: An Introduction

 

The following articles will give you a well rounded overview to what is meant by rewilding.

Two wolves play near an icy river

Rewilding

A wild bison stood in a meadow with mountains and forest behind

What is Rewilding?

Rewilding can help create a healthier, more resilient natural world. As we become ever more aware of the threats to our planet and the need to safeguard its future, rewilding offers us a crucial opportunity.

Read More

A lynx sitting on a rock

Trophic Cascades

Trophic cascades take place when predators at the apex of a food chain alter the numbers not just of their own prey, but also the species with which they have no direct connection, in some cases radically transforming the ecosystem and surrounding landscape.

Read More

A Eurasian wolf stood in snow in a forest

Reasons for Rewilding

In addition to environmental stewardship, rewilding offers an abundance of not so obvious, but equally as important ecological, social and economic benefits.

Read More

A portrait photo of a rhino with black background

6th Mass Extinction

The past decades have witnessed an unprecedented acceleration of species and habitat loss. This phenomenon has been called by scientists the sixth mass extinction, and it is mainly caused by human activity.

Read More

A jeep on a nature based tourism excursion in Africa

Nature Based Tourism

In southern and eastern Africa, the benefits of well-managed nature-based tourism to conservation have long been known. But what about in Europe?

Read More

The cover of George Monbiot's Feral

Feral: A Review

Feral provides an in-depth exploration into the state of our natural world. It is well informed, thought-provoking and, at times, controversial. It provides a overview for anyone rewilding.

Read More

A close up portrait of a Pine Marten

Wildlife in Ireland

This article showcases some of Ireland’s wildlife, discusses their characteristics, their threats and their importance in an ecosystem. It also investigates whether there really is room for a return of the wolf to Ireland.

Read More

A lake and autumn forest in Ireland

Rewilding Ireland

IWestern Europe has lost huge swathes of wilderness, but nowhere more so than Ireland. Once home to the Gaels, or "forest people", it is an ecological shadow of its former self.

Read More

A large European Oak tree at sunset

Tree Extinction

The sixth mass extension, the accelerated loss of habitats and species, continues to unfold and threatens Europe’s native woodlands. According to the latest report by IUCN, more than half of Europe’s endemic tree species – those that don’t exist anywhere else on the planet – face extinction.

Read More

A wild bison stood in a meadow with mountains and forest behind

What is Rewilding?

Rewilding can help create a healthier, more resilient natural world. As we become ever more aware of the threats to our planet and the need to safeguard its future, rewilding offers us a crucial opportunity.

Read More

A lynx sitting on a rock

Trophic Cascades

Trophic cascades take place when predators at the apex of a food chain alter the numbers not just of their own prey, but also the species with which they have no direct connection, in some cases radically transforming the ecosystem and surrounding landscape.

Read More

A Eurasian wolf stood in snow in a forest

Reasons for Rewilding

In addition to environmental stewardship, rewilding offers an abundance of not so obvious, but equally as important ecological, social and economic benefits.

Read More

A portrait of a rhino with black background

6th Mass Extinction

The past decades have witnessed an unprecedented acceleration of species and habitat loss. This phenomenon has been called by scientists the sixth mass extinction, and it is mainly caused by human activity.

Read More

A jeep on a nature based tourism excursion in Africa

Nature Based Tourism

In southern and eastern Africa, the benefits of well-managed nature-based tourism to conservation have long been known. But what about in Europe?

Read More

The cover of George Monbiot's Feral

Feral: A Review

Feral provides an in-depth exploration into the state of our natural world. It is well informed, thought-provoking and, at times, controversial. It provides a overview for anyone rewilding.

Read More

Wildlife in Ireland

This article showcases some of Ireland’s wildlife, discusses their characteristics, their threats and their importance in an ecosystem. It also investigates whether there really is room for a return of the wolf to Ireland.

Read More

A lake and autumn forest in Ireland

Rewilding Ireland

Western Europe has lost huge swathes of wilderness, but nowhere more so than Ireland. Once home to the Gaels, or "forest people", it is an ecological shadow of its former self.

Read More

A large European Oak tree at sunset

Tree Extinction

The sixth mass extension, the accelerated loss of habitats and species, continues to unfold and threatens Europe’s native woodlands. According to the latest report by IUCN, more than half of Europe’s endemic tree species – those that don’t exist anywhere else on the planet – face extinction.

Read More