The GRA is facilitating a high-level group of scientists, economists, and civil society organizations to launch an initiative that will demonstrate the direct impact of nature solutions on solving the climate emergency.
There has been much recent interest in the concept of rewilding as a tool for nature conservation, but also confusion over the idea, which has limited its utility.
In December 2020, 50 of the world’s leading biodiversity and climate experts, selected by a 12-person Scientific Steering Committee assembled by IPBES and IPCC, participated in a four-day virtual workshop to examine the synergies and trade-offs between biodiversity protection and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
BACKGROUND To meet societal challenges, such as climate change, disaster risk reduction, economic...
BACKGROUND The transformation of nature, and especially of primary ecosystems, has increased the...
BACKGROUND This Global Charter for Rewilding the Earth was developed by experts within the global...
Animating the Carbon Cycle
Wildlife play an important part in stabilizing the climate emergency and preventing runaway climate change. Below, nine global experts discuss how wildlife are humanity’s allies and partners in the movement to create a better future.