Measuring the change in biodiversity predominantly involves quantifying the change in species richness or diversity across a site, as well as measuring the change of relative abundance of each species [1, 2]. At Carbon Rewild our aim is to make the measuring of biodiversity accessible to all via the use of bioacoustic monitoring. This involves […]
There may be a lot of gloom shared about the state of British wildlife and the decline in biodiversity, and you may question: can I really make a difference?
Trees capture carbon, so the more trees the better right?
Butterflies are as essential to ecosystems as they are beautiful, but unfortunately due to declining habitats and reduction of other species that they rely on are leading to a severe decline in many Butterfly species across the UK. Can Rewilding find the answer?
Nestled into north-western corner of the Lake District, Ennerdale valley rises sharply from the coastal plain of West Cumbria, with the serene Ennerdale water guarded by rugged fells on all sides. Its principle elements of river, lake, forests and mountains collide to form dynamic ecosystems with diverse wildlife.
Welcome to the first edition of The Wild Book Club! Ever been curious to learn more about the natural world, the environment and what you can do to help in the fight against climate change? We’ve listed out some of our favourite reads below.
We rely on our environment to provide us with essential services and resources, including food, water filtration, weather defence, and many others. Our natural ecosystems need diversity of plant and animal life to offer these services.
Bees and other pollinators are in decline, and several species have become extinct or endangered in recent decades. So how can we help them?
In this article we explore different land types, each with their own unique ecological processes, for their carbon storage potential and benefits.