Advancing and Sharing Knowledge News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Photo: Foundation Conservation Carpathia

DNA data sheds light on Romanian wolf populations

Another season of fieldwork is coming to a close for the Carpathian Mountains project in Romania, and with it another…

29th April 2022

How we are using our projects to advance and apply knowledge of landscape restoration

We are delighted to announce that the ELP is funding five new projects to Advance and Apply our Knowledge of…

12th January 2022

Nature-based Solutions for climate change mitigation and ecosystem restoration

The final instalment of our landscape restoration and climate change mini-series is an interview with Megan Critchley who has been…

10th November 2021

Providing a safe passage for wildlife – using camera traps to determine whether existing infrastructure is used by animals to cross the Maritsa Highway

With ELP funds, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds is working with partners to prepare a proposal for…

30th July 2021

To demonstrate the benefits of restoration, improved monitoring is paramount.

There is a real lack of evidence describing the outcomes of ecosystem restoration in Europe – both in terms of…

14th July 2021

Two divers checking the cover on Cystoseira transplants to test their effectiveness at preventing grazing. Photo: Zafer Kizilkaya.

Experiments in conservation practice

This blog, written by Nancy Ockendon (Science Manager at the Endangered Landscapes Programme) to accompany the release of the open-access…

26th May 2021