Turn areas in Europe back into untouched nature. Where animals and plants can freely go about their business, with little interference from those rather dominant homo sapiens.
That is the mission of Rewilding Europe, which develops large areas throughout Europe in which nature has free rein. In this way, endangered species get a chance again and biodiversity can develop. Moreover, all those trees and plants help to store CO2. In Brussels, they see something in the mission of Rewilding Europe. Later this year, a new law will be voted on, which obliges countries to invest much more in untouched nature.