Rewilding, and why it matters - Duncan Grossart

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Journeys with Purpose

Rewilding Britain

The European Nature Trust

Rewilding Europe

Pelorus Foundation

Over recent years rewilding has made the leap into mainstream conversation. Restoring biodiversity and landscapes is a vital part of the process to save species from extinction, help mitigate the climate crisis and catalyse vibrant livelihoods.

From the wetlands of Argentina to the mountains of Romania and the forests of Scotland, Duncan tells their stories – both the complications and triumphs – and we see how rewilding can build resilient ecosystems and create healthier economies.

As Sir David Attenborough says, "We must rewild the world"

Duncan Grossart is a zoology graduate and lifelong conservationist with a great love of nature, wilderness and travel. His career spans award-winning entrepreneurship through to travel and environmental causes.

He is the Founder and Managing Director of Journeys With Purpose which provides a series of immersive Hosted Experiences with inspirational leaders, truly extraordinary "People With Purpose", created to inform and catalyse the celebration and advancement of nature conservation projects across the world.

His experience also includes rewilding and landscape-scale restoration work with Rewilding Britain, WildEast, The European Nature Trust and Rewilding Europe. He is trustee of the Pelorus Foundation.

Duncan is a fellow of the Zoological Society of London, Royal Geographical Society, Royal Society for Asian Affairs and Scientific Exploration Society and a published photographer. He is also a member of the Young Presidents' Organization and Green Angel Syndicate.

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