The Global Restore Project is a collaboration of restoration researchers using the power of data to deliver better outcomes for restoration ecology.

The recently declared ‘Decade on Ecological Restoration’ by the United Nations represents a timely opportunity to develop a strong and integrative path forward for ecological restoration.

The Global Restore Project (GRP) aims to bring together restoration researchers globally to pool existing data and knowledge for a deeper understanding of restoration science.

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Current Ecosystems






7 Habitat Types

152 Datasets

6 Continents

27 Countries

6,073 Species

1.25 Million Datapoints

125 Contributors

Future Ecosystems

Salt marsh


submerged aquatic vegetation

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