I find out about bioregioning in a new podcast, and discover how it helps us to see the unique places where we live and work with new eyes, helping us reconnect to and restore the ecological systems of which we are a part and upon which we all depend. We hear about the benefits Bioregioning Tayside is achieving, where locals are re-orienting their human economic and social activities to promote resilient environments and livelihoods, and regenerate their local natural capital. It gives me great hope for new models of local governance for ecosystem services!
Either type “thriving natural capital” into your podcast app, or listen at this link!
You also might like to watch this 35 min film I made with the Bunloit team – I find out about the practical work the Bunloit team did over 2021 to establish the baseline facts of their natural capital assets, and hear about the team’s plans for securing investment for improvement and restoration projects. Enjoy!