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Photo: Zafer Kizilkaya

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

ELP launches new video for Earth Optimism

From 26 March – 4 April 2021, the Cambridge Conservation Initiative hosted ‘Earth Optimism Cambridge’– a ten-day festival which aimed…

7th April 2021

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2021: Choose to Challenge

Today we are celebrating International Women’s Day, 8th March 2021, by recognising the dedicated and ambitious women leading landscape restoration…

8th March 2021

The Endangered Landscapes Programme awarded second phase of funding to restore more landscapes in Europe

The Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) is thrilled to announce a second phase of funding from Arcadia, a charitable fund of…

11th February 2021