We want to live in a world rich in wild landscapes, providing a sustainable future for life on earth.
Who We Are
We want to live in a world rich in wild landscapes, providing a sustainable future for life on earth. To do this, we have set out on a mission to catalyse the creation, restoration and protection of wild landscapes by pursuing projects which address our five core themes of science, technology, law, economics, and culture.Learn More About Us
Our Featured Projects
Read about our projects covering science, technology, law, economics and culture.
Eurasian Lynx Reintroduction Feasibility
England & Wales
Forest Litigation Collaborative
Litigation for Nature
Court of Session, Edinburgh, Scotland
The Natural Capital Laboratory
Birchfield, Scottish Highlands
The Lifescape Project was established in 2017 by a team of individuals who, motivated by the significant degradation of the world’s ecosystems in recent times, wanted to make a real difference in the protection of the global ecosystem and undertake ecological restoration.Get involved
From The Lifescape Blog
Read and follow our blog to learn more about how we create, restore and protect wild landscapes.
This blog post is the second in a series explaining how we work at the Lifescape Project, how we use different skills, and - most importantly - how we collaborate and combine our five core areas of expertise to tackle the complex challenge of the biodiversity crisis.
Introducing the unique multi-disciplinary model followed by The Lifescape Project, combining expertise in science, technology, law, economics, and communications.