Supporting Local Economies News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Photo: Andrey Nekrasov / Rewilding Europe

Further boost for nature in the Danube Delta with final Konik horse release

A herd of 20 konik horses has been released onto Ermakov Island in the Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta,…

21st January 2021

A video update from the Danube Delta: A year without dams

One year ago, in November 2019, restoration efforts in the Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta were given a significant…

27th November 2020

Advancing human-wildlife coexistence in the Carpathian Mountains

Managing the coexistence of humans and wildlife can be a tricky business, particularly when apex predators are present. While these…

5th November 2020

Gökova Bay project celebrates as new expanse of Turkish coastline approved for protection

In a huge boost to the marine restoration agenda, three hundred and fifty square kilometres of Turkey’s coastline has been…

25th September 2020

Boosting connectivity and communities in Kartal Lake, Danube Delta

Between the 1950s and 1980s, the Danube Delta’s biodiversity suffered from highly damaging hydraulic engineering projects. In Romania, Ukraine and…

27th August 2020

Understanding the social landscape for restoration

By Dr David Thomas, Endangered Landscapes Programme Manager. Governments around the world agree that climate change poses a global emergency,…

20th August 2020