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Today the rewilding and restoration space is characterised by an ever-growing number of inspirational stories, from Ecosulis's own projects through to the efforts of businesses, NGOs, academics, politicians and ordinary citizens across the globe. Here we present a selection of the latest and greatest.

Rewilding: A walk on the academic side of rewilding

Edited by Nathalie Pettorelli (Institute of Zoology, London), Sarah M. Durant (Institute of Zoology, London) and Johan T. du Toit (Utah State University), "Rewilding" was published in January 2019. Vance Russell, Ecosulis Biodiversity Lead, shares his thoughts on this new book.

Natural grazing: an emergency measure

The UK parliament has declared a "climate emergency". As a nature-based climate solution grounded in rewilding principles, natural grazing could (and should) play a role in averting disaster. 

Ecosulis report on the cost of extreme weather to Scottish farmers features widely in UK media

The report, compiled by Ecosulis for WWF Scotland, featured in a wide range of UK media, including BBC.co.uk, The Herald, Good Morning Scotland and STV.

The road to recovery

In rewilding and restoration we are now seeing the emergence of an exciting new
environmental narrative. A "Recoverable Earth" narrative, characterised by
compelling tales of the return of iconic species such as the the beaver, bison,
jaguar and white-tailed eagle, the recovery of ecological abundance, and
innovative ways of working with restored forces of nature to solve today's
environmental, economic and social challenges. This is a story of what can be
achieved, rather than what needs to be done.

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