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Wild in the City
Supporting wellbeing through relationship with nature in London’s wild places.Bushcraft, Natural History, Ecotherapy. People of Colour in Nature/Nature & Health
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Wild in the City Apr 16
Paradoxically, once a national park or wildlife reserve is established, the same groups who kicked out the locals then welcome thousands of other (paying) people onto the land. 
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Survival International Apr 13
If you like facts and figures, here's a lovely laying out why indigenous land rights are the best and cheapest way to save the rainforests and mitigate climate change.
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Stephen Corry Apr 11
My new piece in . Time for the big conservation orgs to start respecting the incredible ecological knowledge of tribal and indigenous peoples, and stop kicking them off their land.
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Survival International Apr 11
"It turns out that Amazonia doesn’t match at all with the image Europeans have projected on it in recent centuries.” Excellent read by on the ways tribal and indigenous peoples have been managing and shaping the environment for centuries:
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Wild in the City Apr 10
Zambians can pursue mining pollution claim in English courts
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Survival International Apr 9
BREAKING: A host of African human rights and conservation organizations have denounced WWF's review into gross human rights abuses as "flawed" and "deficient." and Survival have joined the call. Will listen? Don't hold your breath.
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Wild in the City Apr 9
The British cities with the most green space - and the best places to live there via
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Survival International Apr 8
Great shame that in all the talk in of the wonders of the Congo rainforests, there was no mention of the and other tribes who’ve looked after and managed them. But not so surprising given 's involvement…
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Bea Apr 8
meets netting. No nesting for you, my amber listed migrant.
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Wild in the City Apr 8
Kruger Park, South Africa: Where Black Poachers Are Hunted as Much as Their Prey
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Survival International Apr 8
In fact, racism and eugenics are bound up in the very founding of the conservation movement! Here's an article by our director :
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Wild in the City Apr 8
Indeed, it's frustrating - we'd like to be spending our time talking about our love of nature, but have to make choices about using that time to cast off and highlight racism instead
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Survival International Apr 8
Hey Marypat, we notice you support BLM and we notice a contradiction with cheering for the death of poachers. There are structural reasons why people poach. Conservation has a problem with racism.
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Wild in the City Apr 7
Nice and chill after a lovely 4 hour in countryside in northern London. Join us on 4th May for the next one
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Peter White Apr 4
Tooting Common bird report March (1)
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RainforestFoundation Apr 4
For too long, top-down projects have failed people, wildlife and .
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Wild in the City Apr 4
British watchdog launches inquiry into WWF abuse allegations, as further reports indicate that WWF has known about abuses for long periods of time without taking action
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Peter White Apr 3
Wandsworth Common bird report March(1)
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Survival International Apr 2
The Guugu Ymithirr people of Australia traditionally had no words for left and right and only used North, South, East and West for direction. They oriented themselves instinctively, able to use each compass point accurately relative to where they were standing.
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nope Apr 2
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