Planning Projects News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Farmers working together in Cumbria to face an uncertain future

Restoration at the landscape scale often involves a wide range of stakeholders – landowners, community members, local business, farmers, people…

14th July 2022

Overcoming Barriers to Restoring the Białowieża Forest

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Białowieża forest is one of the largest areas of primary lowland temperate forest in…

30th November 2021

Providing a safe passage for wildlife – using camera traps to determine whether existing infrastructure is used by animals to cross the Maritsa Highway

With ELP funds, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds is working with partners to prepare a proposal for…

30th July 2021

Europe’s Ticino landscape: One river – many systems – one landscape…and one ambitious restoration plan

The Ticino River, an eco-corridor shared by Switzerland and Italy, is of great biodiversity importance – particularly for aquatic life…

29th January 2021

Exploring the restoration potential of the Azov-Black Sea Eco-Corridor

The scenic shores of the Azov-Black Sea coastal area – an internationally important wildlife corridor – stretch for 800km from…

19th November 2020

International Vulture Awareness Day: Protecting Europe’s scavengers of the sky

It is fair to say that vultures have historically been dealt a tough hand in the media. Yet despite being…

5th September 2020