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Eagle owl release in the Danube Delta provides boost for species recovery

As part of an ongoing reintroduction programme, three juvenile eagle owls have been released in the Ukrainian part of the…

14th July 2020

Mapping the funding landscape for restoration in Europe

As we grapple with the so-called ‘twinned crises’ of biodiversity loss and climate breakdown, there is an increasing recognition that…

9th July 2020

Art in a landscape: An interview with Hamish Napier

The creation and experience of art in a landscape – be it music, poetry, sculpture, dance, literature, or another form…

26th June 2020

Beetle monitoring: How dead wood is supporting new life

It only takes a few minutes of walking through a healthy Caledonian pinewood to see what a complex, dynamic place…

12th June 2020

Archaeologists unearth new evidence of human-wildlife coexistence in the Côa Valley

A recent excavation by archaeologists in the Côa Valley Archaeological Park has unearthed a huge, 3.5 metre auroch (an extinct…

5th June 2020

Reintroduction efforts see long absent kulan return to the Danube Delta

After an absence of hundreds of years, a herd of 20 kulan and eight fallow deer have been translocated to…

28th May 2020

Addressing the biodiversity crisis

Today is the UN International Day for Biological Diversity, and protecting biodiversity is the beating heart of the Endangered Landscapes…

22nd May 2020

ELP hosts training workshop on nature-based enterprises

The Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) has an ambitious vision for restoring species, natural processes and local economies in Europe. It…

15th May 2020

New study reveals radiation threats to Polesia

An expert analysis of the radioactivity likely to be released by construction of the planned E40 waterway across Polesia, ‘Europe’s…

1st May 2020