The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme works with the projects that we fund to design and carry out monitoring to assess the impact of restoration actions. This data helps build the evidence base for the impacts of landscape and seascape restoration including the benefits that restoration can provide for nature, climate, and people.

Our bespoke monitoring framework is being applied in all Restoration Landscapes and Seascapes. Each Restoration Landscape uses at least 10 indicators to monitor the changes that take place as a result of their restoration actions. Indicators are chosen to measure progress toward each project’s desired outcomes and are categorised into three themes: ecological (green), ecosystem service (blue) and socioeconomic (orange).

Data and results presented here have not, unless otherwise stated, been published and subjected to peer-review and should therefore be treated as preliminary. We aim to be as transparent as possible in our presentation of the data and the analyses performed. However, for many indicators, data is collected and analysed on an ongoing basis. The results here are therefore subject to updates and alterations, based on the current best-available information. 

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Eastern Imperial Eagle
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