Danube Delta News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

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Researchers studying invasive species impact on algae ecosystem in Kas area of Mediterranean, Turkey

Bringing nature back: new report showcases five powerful European ecosystem restoration projects

Released today at the UN biodiversity summit COP15, a new report from the United Nations Environment Programme and the United…

13th December 2022

4 konik horses graze on steppe grasslands.

Baby boom in Ukraine’s Danube Delta

During challenging times, restoration efforts are successfully continuing in the Danube Delta. During this year’s breeding season, over 22 young…

3rd November 2022

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

Restoration efforts boost natural water flow further in the Ukrainian Danube Delta

For many years a network of dykes and canals have choked the life out of the Danube Delta. Restoration efforts…

9th February 2022

Second herd of kulan arrives in the Ukrainian Danube Delta

The arrival of 20 more kulan on the Tarutino Steppe is part of a long-term reintroduction programme. The animals will…

5th January 2022

Marmots settling into their new home on Ukraine’s Tarutino Steppe

A group of steppe marmots, translocated to the Tarutino Steppe in 2020, are acclimatising well to their new home. Their…

24th November 2021