Our world is getting smaller. In the sense that we can communicate and travel in ways impossible for any previous time period, but also because we are taking up more and more space. Leaving less of the planet to its own devices and pushing what few pockets of wilderness that remain further and further away from us. There are truly very few places where you can go that do not show traces of our presence. From the top of Mt. Everest to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. This presence, if left alone will have catastrophic and irreversible consequences. The kind simple apology and promise to do better simply do not cover. You have all heard this before, but maybe something you have not heard of is a way we can turn back the clock a little bit. Preserving a little bit of what we still have. And that something is rewilding.