The idea of “rewilding” tends to conjure images of the jungle-infested temples at Angkor Wat or the city of Chernobyl, which in the absence of human life has surrendered to nature. Journalist and environmental advocate George Monbiot challenges his audience to embrace the concept of rewilding in order to reimagine the world around them. Though his proposal faces many impediments in practice, Monbiot’s thesis offers hope in the fight against the devastation of the natural world.
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Journalist and author George Monbiot is a leading environmentalist.
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