In this chapter Christoffer Kølvraa analyses the ‘environmental imaginary’ of the populist far right party ‘The Danish People’s Party’. Drawing on insights from the writing of Roland Barthes, Kølvraa seeks to explore the DPP’s wider ideas of nature and of its ideal relation to human societies, even if the party does not prioritize environmental issues in its explicit political pursuits. The chapter first outlines the DPP’s general stance on environmental matters, primarily through an examination of its climate scepticism. However, it is in an analysis of the DPP’s performance and discourses in the so-called Danish wolf-debate in the spring of 2018 – which concern the fact that wild wolves have re-immigrated into Denmark – that their environmental imaginary can be more fully discerned.