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Seal of approval for a marine blueprint in the Mediterranean

One of the eight large-scale projects funded by the Endangered Landscapes Programme is a trailblazing marine protection initiative on Turkey’s…

21st March 2019

IWD 2019: Celebrating Women in Landscape Restoration

Today, Friday 8th March 2019, is International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is all about balance: ‘Better the balance, better…

8th March 2019

Landscape restoration: How do we measure impacts on nature and people?

From ecosystem recovery to the development of nature-based business enterprises, restoration at the landscape scale offers a myriad of potential…

31st January 2019

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is hiring

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is currently advertising two opportunities to join the team on a fixed-term basis: a full-time Programme…

24th January 2019

CCF Rewilding Symposium 2019

This weekend, 450 delegates attended CCF’s biggest conference yet, entitled “Rewilding and its effect on nature and people”. The symposium…

15th January 2019

Project Innovation Grants: Call for proposals announced

Funding has been announced to support the preparatory work and planning needed for innovative new landscape restoration projects across Europe. The Endangered…

7th January 2019

Winterwatch 2019 is going wild for the Cairngorms

In a time when our lives are organised with more predictability than ever, nature still offers an immersive experience of…

21st December 2018

CoP, Egypt 2018: What does it mean for landscape restoration in Europe?

Over the next two weeks, world leaders will be gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. There they will discuss global biodiversity conservation…

16th November 2018

Eight landscapes for life announced!

Eight projects will provide a powerful demonstration of nature’s powers of recovery, and of the benefits to be won from…

8th October 2018