Rewilding the World: Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution

Rewilding the World: Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution

The world is a constantly changing place and humans are doing their best to turn it from a beautiful natural space to a mechanized monstrosity at the cost of the animals and plants of the world. You can't read the paper without hearing about a new species on the brink of extinction or some criminal illegally hunting endangered species.

 

If you are like me, then you felt that there is little hope for the animals of the world. Humans will destroy without abandon and kill anything in their path for the sake of progress and money. Then I read, Rewilding the World: Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution by Caroline Fraser. For the first time, I had hope that maybe we're not screwing it all up after all. The book outlines the efforts and plans to repopulate the wild and reclaim natural habitats.

 

It was quite an inspiration to me to hear about how they are taking back the lands that once belonged to the animals and saving a few precious species on the brink of extinction. There are still plenty of businesses and companies bent on seemingly destroying all life on Earth, but there are people out there fighting for the animals and the plants.

 

They are a small group, but they are growing. This book should serve as an inspiration to all and give them the incentive to get involved in some way. It may be as simple as sending in a few dollars or volunteering at an animals shelter. This book will restore you faith in humanity and show you that there is hope and we are it.