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ELP launch: Introduction from Dr Mike Rands

ELP launch: Introduction from Dr Mike Rands

Dr Mike Rands, Executive Director of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) (2009- 2020), introduces the Endangered Landscapes Programme at its launch in October 2018 in Cambridge, UK, and explains the unique positioning of CCI in managing this programme. Watch all the videos from the ELP launch here.

ELP launch: Greater Côa Valley project

ELP launch: Greater Côa Valley project

Pedro Prata, Team Leader for Western Iberia at Rewilding Europe, introduces the Greater Côa Valley project at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. This project will create a desperately-needed wildlife corridor within the Greater Côa Valley in Northern Portugal, creating conditions for wildlife comeback in an area which has historically…

ELP launch: Danube Delta project

ELP launch: Danube Delta project

Mykhailo (Misha) Nesterenko, Executive Director for Rewilding Ukraine, introduces the Danube Delta project at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. This project will restore the unique landscape of the Danube Delta, the largest surviving wetland in Europe, providing a sustainable future for the thousands of breeding birds and endangered species…

ELP launch: Polesia project

ELP launch: Polesia project

Viktar Fenchuk, Project Coordinator for APB-BirdLife Belarus, introduces the Polesia project at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. Stretching across Belarus and Ukraine, Polesia is a vast region that provides a home for many threatened species including bison, bears and wolves, as well as critical ecosystem services for local communities.…

ELP launch: Iori River Valley project

ELP launch: Iori River Valley project

Natia Javakhishvili, Director at SABUKO, introduces the Iori River Valley project, located in Southern Georgia, at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. Home to magnificent birds of prey and other charismatic fauna, this dramatic landscape is currently threatened by unsustainable agriculture and remnants of former Soviet infrastructure. This project will…

ELP launch: Gökova Bay

ELP launch: Gökova Bay

Sophie Benbow, Marine Programme Manager at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), introduces the ELP-funded Gökova Bay project in Turkey at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. Stretching from Gökova Bay to Cape Gelidonya along southwestern Turkey’s Mediterranean coastline, this project area provides critical habitat for charasmatic species such as sandbar…

ELP launch: Cairngorms Connect

ELP launch: Cairngorms Connect

Jeremy Roberts, Senior Site Manager (Abernethy Reserve) for RSPB Scotland, introduces the Cairngorms Connect project at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. Covering 60,000 ha of contiguous land within the dramatic scenery of the Scottish Highlands, this project will help shift the focus of land management towards a strategy and…

ELP launch: Carpathian Mountains

ELP launch: Carpathian Mountains

Christoph Promberger, Co-Director and Co-founder of Fundatia Conservation Carpathia (FCC), introduces the Carpathia project at the Endangered Landscapes Programme launch in Cambridge, UK, in October 2018. This project will focus on creating a wilderness reserve in the Fagaras Mountains of the Southern Carpathian Mountain Range, Romania, an area that provides habitat for Europe’s largest populations…

Voices in landscape restoration: Cy Griffin

Voices in landscape restoration: Cy Griffin

In this 3-minute video, Cy Griffin, European Programme Manager at Wetlands International, talks about the importance, challenges and good practice in landscape restoration. This video was filmed in November 2017 as part of the 100 Priority Questions for Landscape Restoration event in Cambridge, UK.

Voices in landscape restoration: Aletta Bonn

Voices in landscape restoration: Aletta Bonn

In this 3-minute video, Aletta Bonn, Professor and Head of Ecosystem Services, Helmholtz-Center for Environmental Research – UFZ, talks about the importance, challenges and good practice in landscape restoration. This video was filmed in November 2017 as part of the 100 Priority Questions for Landscape Restoration event in Cambridge, UK.

Voices in landscape restoration: Alexandros Karamanlidis

Voices in landscape restoration: Alexandros Karamanlidis

In this 3-minute video, Alexandros Karamanlidis, Regional Manager at Rewilding Europe, talks about the importance, challenges and good practice in landscape restoration. This video was filmed in November 2017 as part of the 100 Priority Questions for Landscape Restoration event in Cambridge, UK.

Voices in landscape restoration: Erika ten Broeke

Voices in landscape restoration: Erika ten Broeke

In this 3-minute video, Erica ten Broeke, Project Development Manager at Commonland, talks about the importance, challenges and good practice in landscape restoration. This video was filmed in November 2017 as part of the 100 Priority Questions for Landscape Restoration event in Cambridge, UK.

Voices in landscape restoration: Bill Adams

Voices in landscape restoration: Bill Adams

In this 3-minute video, Professor Bill Adams from the Department of Geography at the University of Cambridge talks about the importance, challenges and good practice in landscape restoration. This video was filmed in November 2017 as part of the 100 Priority Questions for Landscape Restoration event in Cambridge, UK.

Voices in landscape restoration: Charlie Burrell

Voices in landscape restoration: Charlie Burrell

In this 3-minute video, Charlie Burrell, Founder of the Knepp Wildland Project UK, talks about the importance, challenges and good practice in landscape restoration. This video was filmed in November 2017 as part of the 100 Priority Questions for Landscape Restoration event in Cambridge, UK.

Our Vision (Introduction Video)

Our Vision (Introduction Video)

Click on the embedded YouTube link below for an overview of the Endangered Landscape Programme’s vision for Europe’s landscapes.