Wilder : How Rewilding is Transforming Conservation and Changing the World by Millie Kerr 9781472990426

Wilder : How Rewilding is Transforming Conservation and Changing the World

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Nature has a remarkable ability to heal itself when given the chance. That's the premise behind "rewilding" - a revolutionary conservation approach that seeks to restore ecosystems to their natural state by stepping back and allowing nature to take its course. In "Wilder: How Rewilding is Transforming Conservation and Changing the World", author Millie Kerr takes us on a captivating journey through some of the most ambitious rewilding projects around the globe, from the reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone to the creation of vast, human-free wilderness corridors across Europe.

With a deft narrative touch and a deep reverence for the natural world, Kerr weaves together cutting-edge science, vivid storytelling, and inspiring real-world examples to make a compelling case for this transformative approach to conservation. As she reveals, rewilding isn't just about saving individual species; it's about restoring entire ecosystems to their former glory, fostering biodiversity, and mitigating the impacts of climate change. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the future of our planet and the vital role that nature can play in healing itself – if we only let it.

Millie Kerr is an award-winning environmental journalist and a passionate advocate for rewilding. With years of experience reporting on conservation issues, she brings a wealth of knowledge and insight to this groundbreaking book, making her the perfect guide to this fascinating and increasingly influential movement.

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