The interest group on rewilding are meeting again on Thursday, 23rd October, at 7.30 p.m. at Jill’s house. Please message me (or email anyone involved in Transition) for her address. We’ve got various things to discuss, not least moving forward on planning a public meeting. Please let us know if you can think of anyoneContinue reading “Rewilding Group Meeting 23/10/14”
The meeting to talk about rewilding will take place tomorrow Thursday, 7th August at 8pm at Spring Bank Arts Centre (Inghams Room) I look forward to seeing some of you there. Regards, Jane The Eurasian lynx is one of the more romantic species which may be suitable for reintroduction to some areas of the UK.
A meeting to talk about REWILDING will take place at 8pm, on Thursday, 7th August at Spring Bank Arts Centre (Inghams Room) AGENDA Welcome and introductions What is rewilding? What are other groups doing, and what could we do locally? Priorities and next steps I look forward to seeing anyone who is interestedContinue reading “Rewilding interest group”
I hope some of you are aware of the current debate around ‘rewilding’ as echoed in the blog post I wrote here recently. Even better, watch ‘Rewilding made simple’ http://www.theguardian.com/environment/blog/video/2013/may/30/rewilding-animation-george-monbiot-video I have been pondering where to go with this. I certainly can’t do anything on my own, and am very aware of my own lackContinue reading “Taking rewilding further”
Listening to George Monbiot speak at the Hay Festival in May reminded me that the reason why most of us care so much about environmental issues is that we really love the natural world. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that, when we’re repeatedly faced with doom and gloom scenarios about sea level rise, the lossContinue reading “Rewilding High Peak?”