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Rewilding the World

By George Monbiot | TED | September 9, 2013

Have we so sanitized our human environments that we've become "ecologically bored" as a species? How do we keep our world wild in a way that protects ecosystems and enriches our cultural experiences as well?

George Monbiot explains his infatuation with the concept of rewilding, the protection of lands and reintroduction of keystone species, prompting trophic cascades of ecological complexity and fecundity.

Could an ethic of rewilding guide conservation efforts globally?

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