A group of keepers are working on a plan to reintroduce the lynx, a mocking wild cat "with paws like snowshoes" in the UK, but the local sheep farmers are worried that their livestock will be prey, Bloomberg Businessweek reported Monday.  It seems that Lloyds in London will save the day.
A syndicate of insurers, working with the London-based insurer, now offers products to farmers so that they can be compensated for lost sheep, reported the sale.
It shows that we not only paid lip service to the stakeholders. we actually thought of solutions to get involved with them, "says scientist Paul O & # 39; Donoghue, chief scientific adviser to the program to bring the wild species back to life.
Obviously, it is not unusual. have reintroduced wild species, such as snow leopards in Asia, have used insurance and compensation systems to address similar problems, according to the article.
"It has proved to be an effective method for improving people's attitudes to living together. These species," Nilanga Jayasinghe, World Animal Fund's highest program leader for Asian species, told Bloomberg.