Tompkins Conservation, with help from Esri, is launching our first story map, an interactive form of storytelling, to share our own hopeful experience with rewilding.
What’s at stake with the global biodiversity crisis? Everything.
Latin America’s biodiversity is down 94 percent from 1970, according to the new 2022 Living Planet Report. As COP27 and the UN Biodiversity Conference approach, we want people, decision makers and governments to understand the true loss, including the unexpected ripples, caused by mass extinction.
We want the world to know that REWILDING is a revolutionary force for the future of our planet.
See the true story of one jaguar, and many others—spanning from carnivores and seed dispersers to whole ecosystems, that keep inspiring Tompkins Conservation, and its offspring organizations Rewilding Argentina and Rewilding Chile, to rewild. If you like this story, please share it. We want the world to know that REWILDING is a revolutionary force for the future of our planet.