Every crisis is connected. We must address the biodiversity crisis, the climate emergency, and poverty and injustice at the same time.
Many conservation and rewilding efforts aim to eradicate so-called invasive species and replace them with natives. But is this the right approach in every case?
Urban rewilding, replacing lawns, the importance of art and the trouble with monocultures: our top stories of the year cover the gamut.
To convince more people that biodiversity is important, we need to tap into all the reasons they might care. Here are some places to start.
In a conversation hosted by the Royal Botanical Gardens, a pair of connectivity experts share their thoughts on what rewilding means, the tricks to finding common ground with partners and how taking action can help mitigate climate grief.
From writing letters to supporting wildlife corridors, these ideas will help you make a difference in ways both large and small.
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