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New rewilding handbook aims to change conservation conversations
As the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15) takes place in Canada, internationally renowned academics from the University of Cumbria are taking a leading role in a new book that looks to shape future conversations about conservation and rebuilding nature.
Rare species returns to Cumbria
The first confirmed sighting of a pine marten in south Cumbria for over a decade has been recorded on a remote camera in Grizedale Forest.
Tapping into potential powerhouse of young conservationists
A ‘tipping point’ in climate change and species loss has seen sixth formers targeted in a fightback mission designed to bring practical help and understanding across swathes of south Cumbria and north Lancashire.