You don’t need to be an ecologist to realise that our reckless exploitation of the natural world is unsustainable.
We need urgently to arrest the terrifying decline in the numbers of insects and other wildlife. And restore life to oceans, rivers and soil. And repair the damage done to rainforests and other natural landscapes (including the ‘sheep-wrecked’ desert that is the Lake District).
Here you'll find the ecological crisis spelled out in all its grimness. But you’ll also find inspiring solutions from the likes of George Monbiot, Chris Packham and Charles Eisenstein – and even the management consultants, McKinsey & Co.
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The Ted talk version of George Monbiot’s book, Feral – it’s had over a million views.
11-minute Ted talk on a global project to restore biodiverse forests on a massive scale: not the whole solution to the Climate and Ecological Crisis, but a vital element.
How to green the world's deserts and reverse climate change: controversial 2013 Ted talk from the pioneer of rotational grazing, Allan Savory