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All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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Exploring the restoration potential of the Azov-Black Sea Eco-Corridor

The scenic shores of the Azov-Black Sea coastal area – an internationally important wildlife corridor – stretch for 800km from…

19th November 2020

Perseverance in a pandemic: a fieldwork update from Polesia

By Dr Adham Ashton-Butt, Senior Research Ecologist at the British Trust for Ornithology (project partner in the ELP-funded Polesia project)…

23rd October 2020

Facing challenges and inspiring change: ELP hosts second grantee meeting

Last week the Endangered Landscapes Programme hosted its second Annual Grantee Meeting and, like many others this year, we did…

16th October 2020

How monitoring helps us to demonstrate restoration impacts

By Dr Nancy Ockendon, ELP Science Coordinator Monitoring change is fundamental to all ELP Implementation Projects. Only by carrying out…

8th October 2020

ELP project launches new tool to help prioritise funding for restoration funding in Europe

We are proud to announce that an ELP-funded Enabling Project has today launched a tool to help practitioners and donors…

16th September 2020

Insect indicators: What can they tell us about Polesia’s wetlands?

Polesia is among the largest of natural wetland landscape in Europe. The biodiversity and stability of its ecosystems, however, suffer…

13th August 2020