Application to the Endangered Landscapes Programme is through an invitation-only, closed call for Expressions of Interest. The deadline for EoIs is 21st August 2017.
The programme has invited 21 networks and organisations, mainly working internationally,
regionally or sub-regionally, to lead teams and to coordinate submission of Expressions of Interest to
the programme from their members.
Partnership is critically important to successful restoration at landscape scale. The organisations and
networks invited to apply are encouraged to collaborate with one another, as well as with
community organisations, local government, research institutions, local and national NGOs,
companies and private landowners.
Any organisation that is not on this list but which is interested in applying to the programme should
connect with the contact person of one of these organisations to explore possibilities for
There will be a second call for proposals, later in the programme, when organisations will be invited
to apply for one of several ‘innovation and planning grants’. That will be an open call, published on
the programme’s website.
For further information or if you have any questions please contact the Programme Manager at the
Cambridge Conservation Initiative, Dr David Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
1. BirdLife International (Ivan Ramirez email@example.com)
2. British Trust for Ornithology (Rob Fuller firstname.lastname@example.org)
3. Cambridge Conservation Forum (Roger Mitchell email@example.com)
4. CEEweb for Biodiversity (Lubomira Vavrova firstname.lastname@example.org)
5. Botanic Gardens Conservation International (Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens
(ERABG)) (Paul Smith email@example.com)
6. European Centre for River Restoration (ECRR) (Martin Janes firstname.lastname@example.org)
7. Euronatur (Gabriel Schwaderer Gabriel.Schwaderer@euronatur.org)
8. Fauna & Flora International (Paul Hotham email@example.com)
9. Frankfurt Zoological Society (Michael Brombacher firstname.lastname@example.org)
10. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) (Chris Buss email@example.com)
11. Landscape Group UK (National Trust, Wildlife Trusts, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Woodland Trust,
RSPB) (Moorcroft, Darren firstname.lastname@example.org)
12. Rewilding Britain (rebecca wrigley email@example.com)
13. Rewilding Europe (Frans Schepers firstname.lastname@example.org)
14. Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (Nick Folkard email@example.com)
15. TRAFFIC (Anastasiya Timoshyna firstname.lastname@example.org)
16. Tropical Biology Association (TBA) (Rosie Trevelyan email@example.com)
17. UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre (Lera Miles (firstname.lastname@example.org))
18. University of Cambridge (Professor Bill Sutherland email@example.com)
19. Wetlands International (European Association) (Griffin, Cy Cy.Griffin@wetlands.org)
20. Wild Europe (Toby Aykroyd firstname.lastname@example.org)
21. WWF in Europe (Sabien Leemans email@example.com or Andreas Baumueller
The Endangered Landscapes Programme is funded by Arcadia – a charitable fund of Peter Baldwin
and Lisbet Rausing.
More details can be found in the How to apply section here.