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Scientists have proved one of Charles Darwin's theories of evolution for the first time -- nearly 140 years after his death. Laura van Holstein, a PhD student in Biological Anthropology at St John’s College, University of Cambridge, discovered mammal subspecies play a...
The largest reed bed of Europe can be found in the delta of the river Danube, in Romania and Ukraine. This delta of 730,000 ha is home to many bird and fish species. It provides the local people in the delta with fertile river clay, seafood, tourism and of course the...
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...
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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bison, aurochs and wild horses.
What is rewilding?
Rewilding & Climate Change
Projects & Reserves
Valle del Bisonte
Cantabrian Mountains, Spain