Restoration Evidence

Restoration Evidence is a free, searchable website that aims to provide evidence to help anyone planning or implementing ecological restoration projects to make decisions. It contains a subset of the evidence available at Conservation Evidence, that deals with the restoration of vegetation and habitats. It has been created as part of the Endangered Landscapes Programme.

Restoration Evidence was created to help make the evidence for restoration actions more accessible. Evidence for actions to restore vegetation in forests, shrublands and heathlands, and peatland vegetation is already available, and we are working on including all other habitats.

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What Works in Conservation

What Works in Conservation provides expert assessments of the effectiveness of actions, based on summarised evidence, in synopses. Subjects covered so far include amphibians, birds, mammals, forests, peatland and control of freshwater invasive species. More are in progress.

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The Conservation Evidence Journal

The Conservation Evidence Journal

An online, free to publish in, open-access journal publishing results from research and projects that test the effectiveness of conservation actions.

Read the latest volume: Volume 20

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Our blog contains the latest news and updates from the Conservation Evidence team, the Conservation Evidence Journal, and our global partners in evidence-based conservation.

Who uses Conservation Evidence?

Meet some of the evidence champions

Endangered Landscape Programme Red List Champion - Arc Kent Wildlife Trust The Rufford Foundation Save the Frogs - Ghana Bern wood Supporting Conservation Leaders National Biodiversity Network Sustainability Dashboard Frog Life The international journey of Conservation - Oryx British trust for ornithology Cool Farm Alliance UNEP AWFA Butterfly Conservation People trust for endangered species Vincet Wildlife Trust