WATCH THE TRAILER > WILDERNESS: The wounding of England's last great wild spaces

The government has pledged to protect 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030, but our most protected sites are in dire straits - particularly in Dartmoor. With exclusive data and testimony from government agency insiders, ENDS' new film exposes why despite huge finances poured into restoring them, the majority of Sites of Special Scientific Interest are in a bad way.

In ENDS' new film, WILDERNESS: The wounding of england's last great wild spaces, Natural England insiders, experts and people who live and work within Dartmoor National Park give their testimonies as to how its Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) have been allowed to deteriorate and the dire consequences for people and wildlife.

ENDS will reveal just how much public money has been poured into trying to restore the SSSIs within our national parks, without results. 

The full film will be released on 13 June - to watch it you will need to register for free at

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