Enhancing Ecosystem Services News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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Brent Geese landing at Farlington Marshes

It’s time for wetland restoration: World Wetlands Day 2023

Like much of our natural world, wetlands are not only a source of beauty and wonder but an ecosystem type…

2nd February 2023

Serrano horse foal lies in grass.

Serrano horse herd delivers ecosystem benefits to the Iberian Highlands

The efforts of the Iberian Highlands team to increase natural grazing were given a boost recently with the arrival of…

12th January 2023

Two men next to a grassy cliff area appear to be researching something.

How can science help us work together to restore landscapes?

Partnerships convened for landscape restoration can involve diverse stakeholders with different interests and perspectives. Through the development of a unique…

6th January 2023

Where the rare things are: Mapping habitat and improving protection of rare species in Polesia

Over the past year, 142 habitats of rare species in the Lelchycy and Stolin Districts of Belarus were put under…

23rd December 2022

White egrets standing in a line with one taking off.

Seven new restoration landscapes supported by the Endangered Landscapes Programme

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is delighted to announce our next cohort of seven restoration landscapes. These projects will receive grants…

15th December 2022

Aerial view of a boat next to a rocky coastline.

Restoration Diagnostic Tool: Understanding the barriers to landscape restoration

Landscape restoration is by its nature complex and invariably faces diverse challenges and barriers. There is a provisional but growing…

25th November 2022