All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme

Dan Dinu

What do we need to know to achieve Europe’s restoration targets?

A paper published today in the journal Biological Conservation identifies 100 questions that, if answered, would make a significant difference…

14th March 2018

Evidence-based restoration – launching a new tool

Restoration is not easy to achieve. To put back habitats where they have been lost, recreate functioning ecosystems, and attract…

14th February 2018

Six voices on landscape restoration in Europe

Overall, across the European Union, 37% of terrestrial and freshwater habitats have been assessed as Vulnerable, Endangered or Critically Endangered.…

12th January 2018

Priority questions for landscape restoration in Europe workshop, 21-22 Nov 2017

Fragmentation and loss of habitat have been identified as key factors hampering biodiversity conservation in Europe. Experts are currently gathering…

21st November 2017

Restoration Evidence – An Interview with Professor Bill Sutherland

Conservation Evidence is a free, authoritative information resource designed to support decisions about how to maintain and restore global biodiversity. Conservation…

4th September 2017

Applying to the Endangered Landscapes Programme – First deadline 21st August 2017

Application to the Endangered Landscapes Programme is through an invitation-only, closed call for Expressions of Interest. The deadline for EoIs is…

14th July 2017

The Endangered Landscapes Programme – Interview with Dr David Thomas

Dr David Thomas is the Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) Manager for the Cambridge Conservation Initiative. Here he tells us about the background…

11th July 2017

Endangered Landscapes Programme appoints Sir John Lawton CBE FRS as chair of its Oversight and Selection Panel

The Cambridge Conservation Initiative is delighted to announce that Professor Sir John Lawton has accepted an invitation to chair the…

30th June 2017