My B.C.M. classmates and I were sitting on a panoramic hilltop in the New Forest National Park, peering over the endless greenery while Dr Paul Jepson was nearing the end of his talk on the centuries of plunder that this landscape had endured. But how could the natural wealth we were seeing with our eyes be so at odds with the stories of extraction entering our ears?
“The key word here,” he concluded, “is resilience”. Continue reading Environmental Restoration in Ethiopia – The Return of a “Thing With Feathers”