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Dan Dinu

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A new toolkit to help navigate diverse perspectives in landscape restoration

People have diverse and strongly held views about landscapes, particularly when they are deeply embedded with places, potentially over generations.…

10th June 2024

Uniting conservation and restoration for large-scale ocean recovery

A special collection of the Nature Journal Ocean Sustainability curated by Dr Tundi Agardy and Dr Lisa Wedding is being…

7th June 2024

Navigating conflict: How the war in Ukraine changed eagle migration patterns

Polesia, spanning over 18 million hectares across Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia, is a crucial refuge for threatened wildlife. The…

29th May 2024

Connecting people and places: The power of art in environmental storytelling

“As artists we have the power to engage people and to inspire and create a sense of hope especially during…

23rd May 2024

Rewilding efforts support roe deer comeback in the Greater Côa Valley

A survey carried out by the University of Aveiro has shown that rewilding efforts in Portugal’s Greater Côa Valley are…

16th May 2024

The Chornobyl Exclusion Zone: Polesia’s complex legacy

Polesia, which borders Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia, is a vast area of rich and diverse wilderness where Frankfurt Zoological…

10th May 2024

Przewalski’s horses to roam free in the Iberian Highlands

A herd of 10 Przewalski’s horses – the last truly wild horse – has been released in the Iberian Highlands…

1st May 2024

Discovering Europe’s wild side: Advancing restoration with sustainable travel

When you think of a safari, Africa’s savannas are probably the first thing to come to mind. Many of us…

26th April 2024

Planning the restoration of the Kazakh Steppe: Learning from the past, restoring for the future

In the expansive steppe grasslands of west Kazakhstan, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and Association for…

18th April 2024