We believe rewilding has a huge role to play in halting the decline in biodiversity and securing all the good things that nature provides – clean air and water, carbon storage, flood control, amazing experiences. But, it is a field that currently lacks a comprehensive and dedicated evidence base, raising the question: will it work?
The lack of an obvious and easily searchable body of supporting knowledge makes it difficult for policy-makers, practitioners and academics to consider the merits, risks, costs and opportunities of rewilding. Yet, the ideas behind rewilding are based on decades of ecological, physical and socio-economic research, as well as conservation experience.
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