DISCUSSION - ANIMATING THE CARBON CYCLE - JUNE 3

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AN ALLIANCE FOR A WILDER EARTH

The Global Rewilding Alliance consists currently of 106 practitioner and messenger organizations working in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and globally that pursue the same vision and approach: To heal the planet by initiating processes that aim to recover the natural beauty, diversity and resilience of earth and to so secure also that coming generations can enjoy the richness of earth. All organizations have signed on to the Global Rewilding Charta, which outlines the principles behind Rewilding.

“To restore stability to our planet, we must restore its biodiversity, the very thing that we’ve removed.  It’s the only way out of this crisis we’ve created – we must rewild the world.” ~ Sir David Attenborough, “A life on our planet”

WHAT IS REWILDING

Rewilding means helping nature heal. Rewilding means giving space back to wildlife and returning wildlife back to the land, as well as to the seas. Rewilding means the mass recovery of ecosystems and the life-supporting functions they provide. Rewilding is about allowing natural processes to shape whole ecosystems so that they work in all their colorful complexity to give life to the land and the seas.

DISCOVER REWILDING

Introducing PeaceParksTV

Introducing PeaceParksTV

The Peace Parks Foundation is rewilding Africa, reinventing our relationship with nature, and tells it’s story with the launch of PeaceParksTV.

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World Rewilding Day Impact Report 2021

World Rewilding Day Impact Report 2021

The Global Rewilding Alliance launched the first annual World Rewilding Day on March 20, 2021 (the equinox) to expand enthusiasm for actions that help stabilize the climate emergency and simultaneously protect and restore the web of life. We call these sets of actions rewilding.

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WHO WE ARE

Photo courtesy of Global Rewilding Alliance partner,
Cheetah Conservation Fund

WHAT WE DO

Rewilding means helping nature heal itself. It is about conserving the most intact remaining, natural places on Earth at the same time as recovering the life-supporting functions of nature in connected land- and seascapes. It is about restoring the web of life, from cities to the wildest places on the planet, by taking the long-term view and embracing natural solutions to environmental, social and economic challenges.

Our alliance thinks creatively and shapes new opportunities for local livelihoods and the wider economy anchored in a more secure future with healthy nature and much higher climate resilience. We learn from ecological and human history to shape a future where nature is supports us and is supported by us. We recognize that human health is inextricably linked to ecological health. We initiate the comeback of numerous species from sea otters to sharks, bison to wolves, salmon to spider monkeys, and by doing so strengthen the web of life and stabilize the climate emergency. We believe in ecological justice and a respectful relationship with nature.

We create positive change and a future in which both people and nature thrive.

VISION

A world where restored wildlands provide and secure a future for people and the planet.