Building synergies to leverage the power
of ecological restoration
Working together with people from varying inter-connected fields and disciplines, we call for greater use of structured dialogue, embedded within a restoration narrative, to nurture and promote a ‘restorative culture’.
An economic theory that can help mitigate the ecological and civilizational catastrophes bearing down on us must differ significantly from the prevailing system of economic theory, which has permitted and sometimes encouraged economic actors to ignore the harms they impose on people and nature.
News & Press
The UN has proclaimed 2021–2030 as the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. EcoHealth Network will be working with its member sites and other partners to help advance the Decade's goals. Our voice joins the global chorus calling for a restorative culture.
by Zoe Myers, January 1, 2020
Urban design and planning can promote mental health by refocusing on spaces we use in our everyday lives in light of what research tells us about the benefits of exposure to nature and biodiversity.