Links to the methodology and code for analysing patterns and drivers of landscape fires using freely available satellite data (archives.php)

Links to the methodology and code for analysing patterns and drivers of landscape fires using freely available satellite data

Extracting and processing fire and covariate data using Google Earth Engine and other publicly available datasets: https://github.com/btomairekirkland/landscape-fire-analysis

Landscape fires in Polesia: patterns, drivers, solutions

A summary of the importance of understanding the links between fire and ecosystem restoration, both in terms of the susceptibility of ecosystems to fire and its impacts. This is illustrated with a case study looking at the patterns and drivers of fires in the mires and forests of the Polesia landscape.

Endangered Landscapes Programme: Restoring Landscapes for Life (2022)

A short, 4-minute film developed in 2022 to launch the new 2022-2030 ELP strategy, and celebrate achievements from just some of our funded projects to date:

ELP Strategy, 2022 – 2030

The Endangered Landscapes Programme strategy, 2022 – 2030, published May 2022 to provide direction and focus for its vision to restore landscapes across Europe, for the benefit of nature and people.

Landscape Restoration Monitoring Framework – February 2024

The Landscape Restoration Monitoring Framework is the updated guidance for grant applicants on how to manage the monitoring of their proposed landscape restoration projects.

Benefits of Restoring Europe Dataset

This Dataset was produced as part of a review of the evidence for the benefits of ecosystem restoration in Europe. It contains the full set of studies retrieved by the review and a description of their attributes. The review was carried out in 2020 by the UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC).