Latest News & Field Stories
For a long time, many species have been so scarce that they are hardly ever seen. Humanity has wiped out over fifty percent of all mammals, birds and fish in as many years. Across Europe, efforts to restore the balance of ecosystems damaged by the human footprint are...
The Equator Initiative announces a global call for nominations for the Equator Prize 2020. The prize will be awarded to outstanding local community and indigenous peoples’ initiatives that advance nature-based solutions for sustainable development. The winners will...
Rewilding: as farmland and villages are abandoned, forests, wolves and bears are returning to Europe
Rewilding is often thought of as a fantastical vision of the future. One day we might share the landscape with wolves and bears, but in the present day, it seems unlikely. For many people in Europe though, that’s exactly what they’ve been doing for at least the past...
Bringing back natural processes, improving ecosystem resilience against climate change and other threats.
Reintroducing Lost Species
Restoring Europe’s iconic wildlife species that once roamed throughout the continent.
Reviving Rural Economies
Ecotourism and regional products as drivers for sustainable development.
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With your help we can bring back European
bison, aurochs and wild horses.
What is rewilding?
Rewilding & Climate Change
Projects & Reserves
Valle del Bisonte
Cantabrian Mountains, Spain