“Rewilding, by supporting the dynamic movement and re-establishment of ecological communities, can play a major role in climate adaptation.”
“Britain’s climate zones are shifting by up to five kilometres a year because of rising temperatures – with potentially catastrophic impacts for wildlife”:
However, “research by Rewilding Britain suggests that restoring and connecting species-rich wild habitat across 30% of Britain’s land and sea by 2030 could save a fifth of species from climate-driven habitat loss, decline or extinction”:
This ties very much in with this evening’s talk from the Devon Wildlife Trust:
online talk: Rewilding Devon – Vision Group for Sidmouth
With Pete Burgess talking again about the issues:
Here’s the latest report from Rewilding Britain:
Britain’s climate zones are moving northwards by up to five kilometres a year due to climate heating.
This shift — hundreds of times faster than the natural climate warming at the end of the last ice age – is set to outpace many species’ ability to adapt and adjust their ranges. For Britain’s wildlife this could be catastrophic.
Our report outlines how rewilding, by supporting the dynamic movement and re-establishment of ecological communities, can play a major role in climate adaptation. It proposes that, by restoring and connecting species-rich habitats across at least 30% of Britain’s land and sea by 2030, we can help save a fifth of species from climate-driven habitat loss, decline or extinction. By doing so we can ensure that Britain is once again teeming with wildlife.
Read the report: Adapting to climate heating report Oct 2020
And here’s more:
Which is all part of creating a ‘Nature Recovery Network’: