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All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme

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Endangered Landscapes Programme unites conservation organisations to overcome barriers to ecosystem restoration

Over the next three years, supported by the Endangered Landscapes Programme, the UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC),…

11th September 2023

Job opportunity with the ELP: Seascapes Programme Manager

Are you passionate about marine restoration? We are looking for an inspirational and motivated individual to join the Endangered Landscapes…

29th August 2023

How the BTO Acoustic Pipeline is helping to identify some of Europe’s most poorly-known bat species

A trip to a former Benedictine monastery on Lokrum, a Croatian island near Dubrovnik, provided bat acoustics specialist Stuart Newson…

18th August 2023

Job opportunity with the ELP: Seascapes Programme Manager

Are you passionate about marine restoration? We are looking for an inspirational and motivated individual to join the Endangered Landscapes…

2nd August 2023

Endangered Landscapes Programme announces new chair of Oversight and Selection Panel

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is delighted to announce a new chair of our Oversight and Selection Panel, Angelo Salsi, succeeding…

18th July 2023

MEPs vote in favour of new EU nature restoration law

MEPs have voted in favour of the EU nature restoration law, supporting the commission’s proposal that the EU must have…

13th July 2023