Inspiring Change News
All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme
CCF Rewilding Symposium 2019
This weekend, 450 delegates attended CCF’s biggest conference yet, entitled “Rewilding and its effect on nature and people”. The symposium…
15th January 2019
CoP, Egypt 2018: What does it mean for landscape restoration in Europe?
Over the next two weeks, world leaders will be gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. There they will discuss global biodiversity conservation…
16th November 2018
Eight landscapes for life announced!
Eight projects will provide a powerful demonstration of nature’s powers of recovery, and of the benefits to be won from…
8th October 2018
How can restoration practitioners be supported to make ‘evidence-based’ decisions?
How can restoration practitioners be supported to make ‘evidence-based’ decisions? This was the question being discussed at a workshop organised…
19th September 2018
Restoring marine ecosystems in south western Turkey: an interview with Zafer Kizilkaya
Zafer Kizilkaya is the President and co-founder of Akdeniz Koruma Dernegi, an NGO which aims to conserve natural habitats and…
12th June 2018
Making Space for Nature – past, present and future. A talk by Professor Sir John Lawton
Professor Sir John Lawton is chair of the Endangered Landscapes Programme’s Oversight and Selection Panel. Sir John has played a…
30th April 2018