Welcome to the RESTORE4Cs project!

Modelling restoration of wetlands for carbon pathways, climate change mitigation and adaptation, ecosystem services, and biodiversity co-benefits


Case Pilots

Check out our 6 case pilots

Valencian Wetlands​ | Spain

The Marjal dels Moros is a ZEPA protected area, a wetland included in the Catalogue of Wetlands of the Valencian…

Camargue | France

Major wetland in the French Mediterranean coast, including the delta of the Rhône River (130,000 ha). Protection status: Regional Park,…

Ria da Aveiro | Portugal

Coastal lagoon with large areas of continuous saltmarshes, including the Vouga River estuary, the freshwater wetland Pateira de Fermentelos (36,000…

 South-West Dutch Delta | Netherlands

Large area of intertidal waters with mudflats, islets, sand dunes and wet meadows. The marshland plays an important role in…

Curonian Lagoon | Lithuania

The largest European lagoon (total 158,400 ha; 37,895 ha on the Lithuanian side) located in the southern part of the…

Danube Delta | Romania

The largest continuous marshland in Europe (625,000 ha) with rich diversity of wetland habitats, numerous lakes, ponds and marshes. Protection…

News & events


RESTORE4Cs will attend the 7th European Congress of Conservation Biology (ECCB 2024) from 17 to 21 June 2024, in Bologna, Italy. The 7th ECCB will focus on biodiversity positive by 2030.  This theme presents a positive message and a call to action towards the conservation of our planet’s biodiversity. Despite the challenges faced in preserving the natural…

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RESTORE4Cs 4th General Assembly

The 4th RESTORE4Cs General Assembly was held in Valencia, Spain, on 27-30 May 2024 and was hosted by the University of Valencia | The Limnology Research Group of the Cavanilles Institute for Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology. The first day began with a warm welcome from Prof. Joaquin Baixeras, the director of the Cavanilles Institute for…

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Project Partners

A consortium with 15 partners from 9 European countries

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