The Endangered Landscapes Programme is working to demonstrate and deliver a vision for the future in which landscapes and seascapes:
- Support viable populations of native species with the capacity for landscape-scale movement
- Provide space for the natural functioning of ecological processes
- Provide sustainable cultural, social and economic benefits to people
- Are resilient to climate change
The ELP provides funding for the implementation of large-scale restoration initiatives that restore and harness ecosystem processes, bring back nature to degraded landscapes and seascapes, and revitalise local economies. Projects funded by the ELP are sources of inspiration, models of good practice, and foci for lesson-learning.
Open calls for grant funding
The ELP is inviting expressions of interest from organisations and partnerships that share the programme’s vision (deadline 23:59 BST on 23rd September 2021). Please visit this page for more information on criteria and how to apply.
The Endangered Landscapes Programme is a partnership between the Cambridge Conservation Initiative and Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.
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