Inspiring Change News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Overcoming Barriers to Restoring the Białowieża Forest

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Białowieża forest is one of the largest areas of primary lowland temperate forest in…

30th November 2021

Artists now in Residence in ELP Restoration Landscapes

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is delighted to announce the artists selected for the Endangered Landscapes Artist Residencies.  The selected artists…

16th November 2021

Celebration of the unique Ukrainian steppe provides community boost

The Tarutino Steppe Festival took place at the end of September in the Ukrainian Danube Delta. Showcasing local nature, culture…

13th October 2021

Dam removal in the Danube Delta, by Maxim Yakovlev

Open Rivers Programme – Launches Today

The Open Rivers Programme is officially launching today, 8th October 2021, thanks to a €42.5 million investment over six years…

8th October 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

Restoring nature, restoring joy

In the third of the rewards of nature restoration guest article series, Felipe Gonzalez Sanchez tells us about the benefits…

13th July 2021