A course by Ecosystem Restoration Camps

Explore the inner workings of some of the world’s most inspiring ecosystem restoration projects and techniques, and use this knowledge to create a plan for how to restore an ecosystem close to your heart. You will learn from 16 ecosystem restoration practitioners and cover a range of topics about natural ecosystem restoration, agricultural, urban, and ecosystem restoration business models. In the end of the course you will develop your own restoration plan for an ecosystem of your choice.


Skills you will learn

  • Naming several causes of degradation (social, political, economic, ecological reasons) to various ecosystems in multiple biomes around the world
  • Describing how these causes of degradation arise
  • Explaining different techniques for restoring ecosystems in different biomes
  • Analysing why the restoration of ecosystems is not happening at the speed and scale needed
  • Evaluating ideas for how to overcome these barriers
  • Developing a basic restoration plan to restore an ecosystem close to your heart/home


Costs & Enrolment Options
  • Full course price: £810
  • Super Early Bird: 20%£648 (available until September 30, 2020 – Use discount code G-ERC202120 at check out)
  • Early Bird 15%£689 (available until November 30, 2020 – Use discount code G-ERC202115 at check out)
  • Individual module: £180 (individual modules can be selected (minimum 3 modules))
  • ERC member’s price: we offer a special 25% discount for our members. Contact to get your discount code, or become a member!

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