Recoverable Earth

Posted by Daniel Allen on 18/03/2021

 

The pioneering graduate internship programme kicks off on the first ever World Rewilding Day (March 20). Designed to engage young people in rewilding, it will harness their skills, energy and desire to advance nature recovery in the UK and beyond.   

 

The Ecosulis graduate rewilding internship programme launches on World Rewilding Day, which is organised by the Global Rewilding Alliance.

 

Posted by Daniel Allen on 6/01/2021

 

Co-authored by Dr. Paul Jepson and Cain Blythe, "Rewilding: The Radical New Science of Ecological Recovery" is rapidly becoming one of the go-to books for those looking to learn more about the science of nature restoration.    

 

 

Posted by Daniel Allen on 2/12/2020

 

New research has found that most of the world's vertebrate populations are in better shape than previously thought. This gives new cause for optimism that efforts to restore wild nature can and will make a difference.

 

Rewilding offers a positive and pragmatic way forward for all those concerned about the ecological health of our planet. Credit: Daniel Allen

 

Unjustified negativity

Posted by Daniel Allen on 6/11/2020

 

The CreditNATURE project, which will see Ecosulis and partners work together with the Bunloit Estate in the Scottish Highlands, could unlock new revenue streams for rewilding initiatives by allowing them to issue carbon, biodiversity and rewilding credits. The project has been funded through Innovate UK's Sustainable Innovation Fund.

 

Transformative funding

Posted by Daniel Allen on 9/03/2020

 

At this year's PlantLife debate, a panel comprising Professor Dieter Helm (University of Oxford), Clare Pillman (Chief Executive Natural Resources Wales), Dr. Trevor Dines (PlantLife Botanical Specialist) and Ecosulis Nature Recovery Lead Dr. Paul Jepson discussed the question of whether rewilding works for plants. The following blog is based on Dr. Paul Jepson's response.