Peregrine falcons transfer food to one another over Los Angeles. Watching these raptors dive through the air at 350km/h would leave anyone awestruck, but awe of nature is something many city dwellers have lost. Photo: Getty Images
Peregrine falcons transfer food to one another over Los Angeles. Watching these raptors dive through the air at 350km/h would leave anyone awestruck, but awe of nature is something many city dwellers have lost. Photo: Getty Images

Why humans need to rediscover a sense of wonder at nature and its diversity before we destroy it all – and where to find inspiration

  • The awe that nature evokes is one thing we cannot put a price on, and it is something we humans, urban creatures far from the wild, urgently need to rediscover
  • The threat of mass extinctions is real, but it’s not too late to rekindle that wonder – whether by experiencing it or reading the words of others who have

Topic |   Sustainability
Peregrine falcons transfer food to one another over Los Angeles. Watching these raptors dive through the air at 350km/h would leave anyone awestruck, but awe of nature is something many city dwellers have lost. Photo: Getty Images
Peregrine falcons transfer food to one another over Los Angeles. Watching these raptors dive through the air at 350km/h would leave anyone awestruck, but awe of nature is something many city dwellers have lost. Photo: Getty Images
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