World Rewilding Day builds on the Recoverable Earth narrative

Posted by Daniel Allen on 03/20/2021
Inspired by rewilding's hopeful message, today is the perfect time to look ahead to a brighter, more nature-filled future.

Ecosulis launches UK's first rewilding internship programme to accelerate nature restoration agenda

Posted by Daniel Allen on 03/18/2021
The pioneering graduate internship programme kicks off on the first ever World Rewilding Day (March 20). Designed to engage young people in rewilding, it will harness their skills, energy and desire to advance nature recovery in the UK and beyond.   

Natural Capital Mapping in Gloucestershire

Posted by Daniel Allen on 02/16/2021
A case study: how Ecosulis partnered with Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership to provide valuable insights for regional planning and nature recovery through natural capital mapping.

Blue Monday: Fact or Fiction?

Posted by Suzi Cross on 01/18/2021
At Ecosulis we believe that keeping our employees engaged, motivated and mentally well is critically important. Small, positive changes can mean a lot and benefit many.

Ecosulis scientific advisor co-authors paper on saline lakes

Posted by Daniel Allen on 01/07/2021
As a lead author for the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), Dr. Alan Feest has co-authored a recently published paper on saline lakes in Europe and Central Asia. The recommendations it contains could lead to improved conservation measures.         

Ecosulis rewilding book continues to earn plaudits and generate sales

Posted by Daniel Allen on 01/06/2021
Co-authored by Dr. Paul Jepson and Cain Blythe, "Rewilding: The Radical New Science of Ecological Recovery" is rapidly becoming one of the go-to books for those looking to learn more about the science of nature restoration.    

Popularity of Rewilding Symposium bodes well for the future

Posted by Daniel Allen on 12/09/2020
The huge interest generated by last week's Rewilding Symposium shows that rewilding is now moving into the mainstream as a conservation approach. As the development of rewilding science continues to enhance real-world impact, the appeal of rewilding's hopeful narrative will continue to increase. 

Recoverable Earth: findings from key new study reinforce hopeful message

Posted by Daniel Allen on 12/02/2020
New research has found that most of the world's vertebrate populations are in better shape than previously thought. This gives new cause for optimism that efforts to restore wild nature can and will make a difference.

Aligning rewilding with natural capital can create ambitious nature recovery policy

Posted by Daniel Allen on 11/17/2020
In a recent Zoological Society of London Conservation Event titled "What's next for rewilding?", Ecosulis Nature Recovery Lead Dr. Paul Jepson outlined how a bold new synthesis between rewilding and natural capital could enhance and accelerate nature recovery. Here he explains how.

New Ecosulis project could unlock transformative funding for rewilding

Posted by Daniel Allen on 11/06/2020
The CreditNATURE project, which will see Ecosulis and partners work together with the Bunloit Estate in the Scottish Highlands, could unlock new revenue streams for rewilding initiatives by allowing them to issue carbon, biodiversity and rewilding credits. The project has been funded through Innovate UK's Sustainable Innovation Fund.

Jeff Davitt joins Ecosulis as Nature Recovery Finance Director

Posted by Daniel Allen on 10/28/2020
With a wealth of business experience and commercial expertise, Jeff will help take the company forward in a number of key areas.   

Revamping outdated biodiversity policy can help to address climate change

Posted by Daniel Allen on 10/22/2020
Functional, resilient ecosystems have an essential role to play in addressing climate change. In a recent presentation to the Wales Planning Conference, Ecosulis Nature Recovery Lead Dr. Paul Jepson outlined how the modernisation of biodiversity policy in Wales could better support such ecosystems and deliver environmental net gain.