Our planet’s grasslands are the rich home to our big land animals, but they’re also shrinking. Life in our grasslands depends on space.

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The challenge

Our grasslands are shrinking. They once covered a quarter of our planet, but as the human population exploded, we've turned our grasslands into farmland and replaced wild herds with domestic ones. A revolution in diets and farming will make the best use of the land we've already claimed and allow space for our wild grasslands and the life that depends upon them.

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Did you know?

96% of the mass of all mammals on Earth is now us humans and our livestock. All the wild mammals together - deer, elephants, mice, etc - add up to only 4%.

Rewild. Rebalance. Recover.

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