|What happens when we
let nature back in
call of the wild
has long been a popular topic among Positive News
readers. And as the movement has grown – once a
germinating seed, now a veritable meadow of unfurling
spring buds – the stories we’ve unearthed have also
grown in depth, breadth and colour.
for World Rewilding Day, we’re sharing some of our
favourite rewilding stories. From the scientists who
rewilded a field 60 years ago (before the term even
existed), to the ‘mini forest’ revolution sweeping the
UK, we hope you enjoy these stories of nature coming
back, in all its glory.
They not only offer
examples of what nature is capable of when left to
flourish, but what humans can do when we set intentions.
The residents of the once-declining declining
Scottish town of Langholm are a case in point – they
grabbed hold of a once-in-a-generation opportunity to
create the country’s most ambitious rewilding project,
and are now restoring an entire ecosystem at
Happy reading – we hope that,
wherever you are, you’re able to experience a little bit
of nature today.
Your favourite rewilding
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no natural law that news should be about what’s going
wrong – it’s a choice, driven by an “if it bleeds, it
leads” culture in journalism.
In the same way
that nature in its wild state is a balanced system of
life and death, at Positive News we believe the news
should include important stories about how, where and
why life is thriving, too. Knowing about progress and
potential solutions to important issues not only boosts
people’s wellbeing, it draws attention and resources to
positive change and empowers everyone to act.
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