A selection of key publications and materials from the Endangered Landscapes Programme.
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This technical report describes the methodology and findings of a review of evidence for the benefits of ecosystem restoration in Europe. The review was carried out for the Endangered Landscapes Programme by UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC), together with BirdLife Europe and Central Asia.
Produced as part of the ELP-funded Advancing and Applying Knowledge project on Natural Climate Solutions, this document sets out the ethos, tools, and methods used to estimate greenhouse gas balances for restoration projects within the Endangered Landscapes Programme. It provides guidance on using two greenhouse gas assessment tools to estimate the climate change mitigation benefit…
This report describes the results of an ELP-funded Advancing and Applying Knowledge project that estimated the climate change mitigation potential of ELP projects. By comparing observed or projected project outcomes against a baseline ‘business-as-usual’ scenario, this report demonstrates the emissions reduction and carbon sequestration benefits that can be delivered by biodiversity-focused restoration. The project also…
An assessment of the climate change mitigation potential of the landscape restoration project in Wildlands Limited, Cairngorms, Scotland.
An assessment of the climate change mitigation potential of the landscape restoration project in Polesia on the Belarus, Ukraine border.