The climate crisis and environmental degradation is driving an ecological crisis that threatens much of our wildlife and our way of life. Given the chance, nature can help to address and limit the impact of climate change but we need to make more space for nature.
In this talk, Brian Bleese, Dorset Wildlife Trust's CEO, discusses priorities and opportunities for rewilding and nature recovery networks.
This is a joint event organised by the South committee and Dorset Wildlife Trust.
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