Richard Bunting is the director at Communications & Campaigns International and the media advisor to Rewilding Britain.
In this episode, Richard covers:
- His early career and working with Amnesty International. [Starts at 1:50]
- Environmental interests and Trees for Life. [Starts at 4:02]
- What rewilding is, in comparison to conservation. [Starts at 6:45]
- The rewilding network and where rewilding can take place. [Starts at 10:07]
- A nature-based solution offering hope and raising ambitions. [Starts at 13:13]
- Rewilding in practice – intervention and natural regeneration. [Starts at 18:54]
- Time frames of projects and emerging benefits. [Starts at 25:05]
- The positive impact of a nature-rich environment. [Starts at 27:55]
- Individual and community action making a difference; The Langholm Initiative. [Starts at 30:41]
- A nature-rich landscape in 2050 – beavers, as an example. [Starts at 34:59]
- Shifting baselines, nature-depletion and what reversing this can mean. [Starts at 42:38]
- Rewilding at home and recommendations to others. [Starts at 45:37]
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