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All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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The Endangered Landscapes Programme announces its first Annual Review

2019 was a significant year for the environmental agenda. We witnessed the twinned biodiversity and climate change crises moving up…

27th April 2020

Novel intervention provides new hope for endangered Mediterranean monk seal

At a time when good news seems to be in short supply, the ELP-funded project in Turkey is giving us…

17th April 2020

Coronavirus, conservation and critical assistance in Romania

Foundation Conservation Carpathia (FCC), a beneficiary of an ELP Implementation Project Grant, are working to create a new wilderness reserve…

9th April 2020

The Lake District: In pursuit of purple

As we left the car park and headed towards the dark crags in the distance, I asked what we were…

1st April 2020

Tiny winged wildlife enables big change in the Cairngorms

Cairngorms Connect has an ambitious 200-year vision to restore and enhance natural habitats in the Scottish Highlands. The humble moth…

21st January 2020

Roe deer monitoring supports Iberian wolf recovery in Western Iberia

The endangered Portuguese Iberian wolf (Canis lupus signatus) is in a precarious position. In addition to habitat loss, low connectivity…

12th December 2019

Multiple dams removed in Danube Delta as river restoration efforts ramp up

The Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta just become a little wilder, thanks to the removal of ten obsolete dams…

29th November 2019

First annual workshop held in Carpathian Mountains with ELP projects

Last month, 17 grantees of the Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) and the programme’s management team travelled to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains…

14th November 2019

Cairngorms Connect plant the seeds of change for montane scrub

High up in the corries of the Cairngorm plateau, two climbers are perched on a ledge.  They’re not here for…

27th September 2019