Restoration Landscapes News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme

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Tracking Wolves in the Carpathian Mountains

In a world where wolves are more than just hunters, where each has its own complex life story and social…

19th January 2024

Knowledge exchange and collaboration fostered by visit to Cairngorms restoration landscape

Cairngorms Connect recently hosted a Knowledge Exchange Visit in Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, where restoration practitioners from across Europe met…

20th December 2023

Restoration as a sustainable and cost-effective method of climate-change mitigation

As world leaders convene in the United Arab Emirates for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change 28th Conference of…

8th December 2023

Traditional sein fishing is revitalising whitefish populations in Koitajoki

Koitajoki is the only river in Finland where the ancient fishery practice of river seining is still practiced. This World…

21st November 2023

Meet Generation Restoration: Rui Santos

We are in the midst of an environmental crisis, and the next ten years are crucial to avert climate change…

16th November 2023

Thirty years of data shows potential for forest regeneration in the Cairngorms

Newly published Cairngorms Connect research demonstrates potential for forest regeneration in Scottish Highlands. Dr Pip Gullett explores the importance of…

10th November 2023