No último post do Blogue ATS, Filipa Soares (ICS-ULisboa) convida-nos para darmos “A walk on the wild side: Rewilding Britain’s landscapes with large herbivores“. Neste artigo, a não perder, a investigadora partilha resultados da sua investigação doutoral em Geografia Ambiental (Universidade de Oxford).
“Rewilded landscapes, particularly European, are not a mere result of ecological processes nor of historical management only. They are ‘working landscapes’, ‘worked’ collaboratively by various humans and nonhumans, continuing or reinventing traditional practices. These landscapes result from specific spatio-temporal configurations outside of which they cannot be analysed nor understood. They have a multispecies history that ultimately shapes what rewilding means in practice.”