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All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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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

New guidance to help maximise climate change mitigation through the restoration of natural areas

Finding ways to mitigate climate change impacts is now an existential necessity. In recent years, there has been a growing…

17th November 2022

Bog Woodland with heather.

Fighting the climate crisis through landscape restoration

The 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (CoP27) is currently taking place in Egypt. As the climate…

11th November 2022

Greater mouse-eared bat (Myotis myotis) hangs upside down in a cave.

Acoustic Pipeline project contributes to bat conservation in some of Europe’s most threatened landscapes

What happens when a landscape restoration programme and an innovative sound analysis project come together? Supported by the Endangered Landscape…

11th October 2022

Fisher in boat holding a sea bream.

Invasive fish species on the menu for the Turkish public

Invasive fish species are on the increase in the Eastern Mediterranean. The climate crisis, combined with the migration of marine…

7th October 2022

Forested v-shaped valley with autumn trees.

Study shows how satellite images can be used to assess progress and patterns in landscape restoration

A recent study has shown how images from satellites can be used to assess progress and patterns in landscape-scale restoration,…

20th September 2022