Rewilding Raves is our fourth project for the Climate Emergency Department of London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. This time they challenged us with ‘how might we celebrate and foster more nature and biodiversity in our private and shared places?’. Our approach was driven by the influx of younger generations finding joy in gardening throughout the pandemic and ‘Turn up the Volume’ — a recent research study that discovered music fans are much more likely to make climate based lifestyle changes than non-music fans. We wanted to avoid the typical doom laden messaging around the climate emergency and instead encourage people to feel great about participating in their neighbourhoods becoming greener and wilder places to live and work… we set out to invite the entire borough to become Wild Hedonists. Rewilding Raves launched in Summer 2022 as a platform for LBHF’s council to communicate all activity around ecology and gardening projects.