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A Colossal Mission: A Case for De-Extinction

March 25, 2022

New technological advancements make de-extinction possible – but should we do it? What if the rewilding of critical extinct species, […]

Rewilding: Case Reports and Lessons for the 21st Century

March 16, 2022

Rewilding has emerged as a global movement to restore ecosystems, a core pillar of which is the reintroduction of species […]

How De-Extinction Works: Methods, Examples and Step-by-Step Process

January 25, 2022

Some of the most brilliant scientists and forward-thinking people on the planet see a new way forward: bringing back extinct […]

The Rise and Fall of the World’s Megafauna

October 18, 2021

Megafaunal hegemony and subsequent decline through prehistoric times For hundreds of millions of years, including through multiple glacial–interglacial transitions, megafauna […]

What Is Disruptive Conservation?

October 6, 2021

Species and ecosystems are being lost due to human causation. Reversing the degradation of ecosystems is possible through disruptive conservation. […]

CRISPR and The Woolly Mammoth – A 21st Century Genetic Renaissance

September 9, 2021

Over 99% of the 4 billion species that have ever lived are now extinct in part from human activity (1), […]

Untamed: Rewilding the Arctic to Curb Climate Change

September 3, 2021

The Arctic – a crucial cold cap Gilded in a vast, fragmented cover of reflective ice encircling the Arctic ocean, […]