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Photo: Maxim Yakovlev

Dam removal in the Danube Delta, by Maxim Yakovlev

Open Rivers Programme – Launches Today

The Open Rivers Programme is officially launching today, 8th October 2021, thanks to a €42.5 million investment over six years…

8th October 2021

Marmot

ELP landscape restoration grant call for applications

The Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) is inviting expressions of interest from organisations and partnerships that share the programme’s vision. This…

1st July 2021

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Celebrate World Environment Day & the Launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

World Environment Day is celebrated on the 5th of June each year to raise awareness and generate action on a…

4th June 2021

Two divers checking the cover on Cystoseira transplants to test their effectiveness at preventing grazing. Photo: Zafer Kizilkaya.

Experiments in conservation practice

This blog, written by Nancy Ockendon (Science Manager at the Endangered Landscapes Programme) to accompany the release of the open-access…

26th May 2021

Berlinga Harbour

Bringing nature back to the Berlengas archipelago

In the first of a series of guest articles called the rewards of nature restoration, Joana Andrade tells us how she…

19th May 2021

The rewards of nature restoration

Since 1990, our planet has lost over 80 million hectares of old-growth forest. 64% of the world’s wetlands have disappeared since 1900. And one million species are currently threatened with extinction. In Europe, nature is in…

12th April 2021