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Photo: Khrystsina Luzai

Almany Mires Nature Reserve, Belarus. Autumn landscape. Credit: Khrystsina Luzai

Landscape Fires and Drivers in a Restoration Context

A study funded by the Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme has found that over 20% of some of Europe’s most…

4th March 2024

Reflecting on 2023: Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme Annual Review 

As we reflect on the achievements of the Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme (ELSP) in 2023, we are starting to…

16th February 2024

Open Call: Expressions of Interest for Seascape Restoration Grants

The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme has opened a call for expressions of interest (EoI) for Seascape Restoration Grants within…

6th February 2024

Knowledge exchange and collaboration fostered by visit to Cairngorms restoration landscape

Cairngorms Connect recently hosted a Knowledge Exchange Visit in Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, where restoration practitioners from across Europe met…

20th December 2023

Using carbon markets to break down barriers to ecosystem restoration in Europe

Following discussions on how to fund nature’s contribution to climate change mitigation and adaptation at COP28, Maria Antonova and Megan…

15th December 2023

What makes collaborations work in landscape and seascape scale conservation?

In this guest blog, Dr Natasha Constant, RSPB Senior Conservation Scientist, and Joelene Hughes, RSPB Principal Conservation Scientist reflect on…

1st December 2023