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Centre for Landscape Regeneration

The Centre for Landscape Regeneration will provide the knowledge and tools needed to regenerate the British countryside using cost-effective nature-based solutions that harness the power of ecosystems to provide broad societal benefits including biodiversity recovery and climate mitigation and adaptation.

The Centre is co-led by Professor Emily Shuckburgh OBE, Director of Cambridge Zero and Professor David Coomes, Director of the Cambridge Conservation Research Institute in collaboration with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative.



The Centre for Landscape Regeneration is funded as part of its countryside regeneration project the Changing The Environment Programme. Funding has been provided by the following.