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The Next Generation of Protected Areas in Polesia

In central Polesia, one million hectares is already protected. This network of protected areas includes three national parks and several…

8th September 2021

How restoring nature keeps the floods at bay

In the fifth and final article of the rewards of nature restoration guest series Adrian Thomas, Project Development Manager at…

1st September 2021

Landscape restoration supports nature-based tourism growth in the Danube Delta

In the Ukrainian Danube Delta, the opening of a new photography hide and the ongoing restoration of the forest landscape…

30th August 2021

Restoring nature puts food on the table

In the fourth of the rewards of nature restoration guest article series, Zafer Kizilkaya explains the economic benefits of restoring seascapes.…

18th August 2021

Providing a safe passage for wildlife – using camera traps to determine whether existing infrastructure is used by animals to cross the Maritsa Highway

With ELP funds, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds is working with partners to prepare a proposal for…

30th July 2021

To demonstrate the benefits of restoration, improved monitoring is paramount.

There is a real lack of evidence describing the outcomes of ecosystem restoration in Europe – both in terms of…

14th July 2021

Restoring nature, restoring joy

In the third of the rewards of nature restoration guest article series, Felipe Gonzalez Sanchez tells us about the benefits…

13th July 2021

Life after death – the beauty of deadwood invertebrates

Criss-crossing trunks at drunken angles, broken lichen-scarred limbs, softly rotting wood beneath further freshly fallen trunks. These might be the…

7th July 2021

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ELP landscape restoration grant call for applications

The Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) is inviting expressions of interest from organisations and partnerships that share the programme’s vision. This…

1st July 2021