Rewilding means to return to a more wild or natural state; it is the process of undoing domestication. The term emerged from the green anarchism and anarcho-primitivism political theories, in which humans are believed to be "civilized" or "domesticated" by industrial and agricultural progress.
Rewilding is about dismantling the culture of human domestication and returning to the lifeways of pre-a...[Read More]
Established in fall 2009 the Greenclub @ Maple Leaf International School is a student society concern with issues that relates to environment, their impacts of climate change and conservation.
- Awareness Campaigns & Community Service
- Environmental Courses for different age groups
- Organizing lectures, workshops & brief semina...[Read More]
Talk about life outside the bubble. Not an "announce" list the way alumni-all is, so more discussion. "Closed Group", so stuff isn't public. You must be an Olin alum or former faculstaff to be admitted to this group.
### Olin Groups
- Olin Women: ...[Read More]
Appreciate, enjoy and preserve the bio-diversity of our land. Taxonomic classification, common name, benefits(nutritional/medicinal)and their images be shared for our know how. Contribute for the present and the future generations!!
Research Empowering Protection
Website coming soon.
The vision of Shark Ecology And Sealife Society is to expand the knowledge of young people, the general public, and to share research knowledge and exchange methodologies with other researchers about sharks and the marine environment they survive in and to be actively involved in conservation, education, protection, and to assist and...[Read More]
Exchange of new information and recent publications mainly on Ecological Niche Modeling and similar themes in Biodiversity area. You may also be free to publish anything, provided it has relation with the theme of the group.
E.O. Wilson is a respected biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author, whose work in entomology has resulted in him becoming the world's leading expert on ants. His most recent book, out this year, is called Half Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life. Saying that we cannot continue to ignore the lives and fates of millions of other species around us, the book proposes that in order to all...[Read More]
This page is intended to serve as the informal homepage for the Forest Ecology Group of the British Ecological Society.
Our blog is at http://besfeg.wordpress.com/ where you will find updates, meeting notifications and other information.
If you wish to send a message to members on funding, research updates, etc., feel free to post here as long as it is relevant to forest ecology resear...[Read More]