Guy Shrubsole is a writer and environmental campaigner. He has worked for Rewilding Britain, Friends of the Earth, the UK government's Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and New Zealand's Ministry of Agriculture. He has written widely for publications including the Guardian and New Statesman. His first book, Who Owns England?, was an instant Sunday Times bestseller.
'Remarkable ... Shrubsole has completely changed the way many people look at the temperate woodlands that remain in parts of western Britain' Financial Times 'If anyone was born to save Britain's rainforests, it was Guy Shrubsole' Sunday Times, The Sunday Times Science Book of the Year 'Fascinating, lyrical ... A celebration of these dazzling worlds and a plea to act before they are extinguished' The Times '[The Lost Rainforests of Britain] could be a lament but instead it is suffused with the irrepressible positivity and cheerful enthusiasm of a born campaigner' Patrick Barkham, Guardian 'Enchanting and insightful ... Wonderfully evocative' Geographical 'Excellent ... Inspiring' Unherd 'A treasure chest full of woodland jewels, rare, precious and beautiful' Chris Packham 'A magnificent and crucial book that opens our eyes to untold wonders' George Monbiot 'A beautiful, lyrical and urgent book ... I cannot recommend it enough' Nick Hayes, author of the Sunday Times-bestselling The Book of Trespass 'Utterly enchanting, transporting and spellbinding ... A rallying cry for restoring the rainforests of Britain urgently, and an inspiring and informative must-read for anyone interested in rewilding and ecological restoration' Lucy Jones, author of Losing Eden 'Passionate, powerful, political and practicable, Guy Shrubsole gives us a blueprint for how to bring our missing rainforests back to life in all their riotous, tangled glory. Impeccably researched, convincingly argued and with generous measures of joyful discovery, this really is a spectacular book' Lee Schofield, author of Wild Fell