Inspiring Change News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Photo: Antony Lyons

Two elderly men play the guitar.

Wild Côa Symphony

Working closely with local communities in the Greater Côa Valley, the creative collaboration of ecological artist Antony Lyons, archaeologist Bárbara…

29th September 2022

Eastern imperial eagle chicks sit on nest in green forest.

100 years of BirdLife International

This week, hundreds of conservationists from across the BirdLife partnership have gathered in Cambridge and London for the BirdLife100 World…

15th September 2022

Downy Willow in the foreground of a Scottish landscape composed of hills.

Restoring forests in the Cairngorms one burger at a time

Cairngorms Connect has launched a new project marketing venison, to share the story of forest expansion in the Cairngorms. Scotland…

1st September 2022

A group of people stand looking over a field on a cloudy day. A man is speaking to them and pointing to the landscape.

Restoring landscapes at scale: new Restoration Landscape grantees convene in Cambridge

Earlier this summer, the new cohort of ELP Restoration Landscape grantees were brought to Cambridge for a week-long workshop. The…

25th August 2022

Farmers working together in Cumbria to face an uncertain future

Restoration at the landscape scale often involves a wide range of stakeholders – landowners, community members, local business, farmers, people…

14th July 2022

Singing the sounds of nature, connection and memory in Romania’s Carpathian Mountains

The arts and cultural practice provide a compelling route into understanding how people are connected to landscapes. The Endangered Landscapes…

7th July 2022