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Rewilding – A (Re)Growing Movement

Abdul Razak Abdul Aziz, Founder, Social Eco Enterprise Development for Sustainability (SEEDS) Malaysia

13-Mar-23 15:00

Rewilding – A (Re)Growing Movement

Rewilding is described as an innovative way of restoring wild nature. It’s also said to be about letting nature take care of itself, enabling natural processes to shape land and sea, and restore degraded landscapes. On our part - having caused most of the destruction facing this planet - we can give rewilding a helping hand by creating the right conditions, for example by allowing natural forest regeneration, or by reintroducing species that have disappeared as a result of human’s actions, then taking a step back and letting nature manage itself. Ahead of World Rewilding Day on the 20th of March, we find out all about this growing movement from Abdul Razak Abdul Aziz, the founder of  Social Eco Enterprise Development for Sustainability (SEEDS) Malaysia.


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Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs


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Categories:  environment

Tags:  World Rewilding Dayrewilding#RewildingHOPEthe bigger pictureearth mattersSEEDS Malaysiahabitat restorationhabitat loss and fragmentationbiodiversity loss





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