Advancing and Applying Knowledge Projects News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Photo: Rewilding Danube Delta

A female researcher in the foreground and male researcher in the background look at transects in the steppe.

New research conducted to confirm economic benefits of restoring the steppe

The project “Assessing carbon sequestration and storage by dry grassland ecosystems”, funded by the Endangered Landscapes Programme, was launched and…

8th September 2022

A group of people stand looking over a field on a cloudy day. A man is speaking to them and pointing to the landscape.

Restoring landscapes at scale: new Restoration Landscape grantees convene in Cambridge

Earlier this summer, the new cohort of ELP Restoration Landscape grantees were brought to Cambridge for a week-long workshop. The…

25th August 2022

Beyond greenwashing: understanding the challenges, ambition and potential of carbon trading

2015 was a pivotal year for climate and biodiversity issues, with many countries signing up to the Paris Agreement –…

18th August 2022

How we are using our projects to advance and apply knowledge of landscape restoration

We are delighted to announce that the ELP is funding five new projects to Advance and Apply our Knowledge of…

12th January 2022

Nature-based Solutions for climate change mitigation and ecosystem restoration

The final instalment of our landscape restoration and climate change mini-series is an interview with Megan Critchley who has been…

10th November 2021

Adapting southern Portugal to protect key species and communities

In the fourth of our landscape restoration and climate change mini-series, Matt Burnett, the Communications Coordinator for the Endangered Landscape…

8th November 2021