ECOS 35 (3/4) Rewilding in Britain: lessons from the past 15 years. Peter Taylor

Abstract: The profile of rewilding is rising and the old and struggling order of conservation naturally seeks to incorporate its methods. Here, I draw attention to a disturbing tendency of wilful blindness toward the community-base and cooperative endeavours of the British rewilding movement and argue for a more socially responsible approach to the intractable problems of securing large-scale reserves dominated by ecological processes.

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