Advancing and Applying Knowledge Projects News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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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

Life after death – the beauty of deadwood invertebrates

Criss-crossing trunks at drunken angles, broken lichen-scarred limbs, softly rotting wood beneath further freshly fallen trunks. These might be the…

7th July 2021

Peat pits in De Wieden, the Netherlands

How restoring peatlands can help us beat climate change.

In the second of the rewards of nature restoration guest article series, Katrien Wijns shares her passion for peatlands and…

16th June 2021

How natural climate solutions provide a win for both biodiversity and climate

Scientists, policymakers and business leaders alike are grappling with the complex problems of both adapting to, and mitigating, the effects…

3rd December 2020

ELP project launches new tool to help prioritise funding for restoration funding in Europe

We are proud to announce that an ELP-funded Enabling Project has today launched a tool to help practitioners and donors…

16th September 2020