Benjamin James Goldsmith is an English financier and environmentalist. The son of financier James Goldsmith and Lady Annabel Goldsmith he is founder and CEO of London-listed investment firm Menhaden, which focuses on the theme of energy and resource efficiency.
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This is the story of a landmark RSPB project to restore over 3,000 hectares of the Lake District, from the tiniest wildflowers up to majestic golden eagles.In 2015, England's last and loneliest golden eagle died, its body lost in an unmarked spot among the fells of the Lake District. The habitat could no longer support it. It was a tragic day for t...
Wild Fell by Lee Schofield is a beautiful book by a brilliant man who is devoting his life to restoring nature in the terribly denuded Lake District. – source
The distinctive white-tailed sea eagle was driven to extinction in Britain more than 200 years ago, but this immense predator will soon be making a return to our skies, thanks to Roy Dennis, an ornithologist, conservationist and arguably the driving force behind the UK’s reintroduction agenda.Roy was instrumental in returning the Osprey, red kite a...
Roy Dennis is one of Britain’s greatest nature restoration heroes. This book is a must read. @RoyDennisWF – source
@ErikSolheim Allowing nature to recover by itself is even cheaper, a la Wilding, by @isabella_tree (a book you must order and read). – source
Opening page of the international bestseller “Why We Sleep”, by Prof. Matthew Walker. This is a seriously eye-opening book. If ever there was a must-read, this is it. – source
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@offshorebella Yes. Read ‘Feral’ by George Monbiot. Amazing amazing book. – source