The XIV Estonian Ecology Conference took place in Oecologicum on 22nd April. The conference unites ecologists, specialists and citizens in Estonia who are interested in ecological research, and has been taken place every 3-5 years since 1978. This year the theme of the conference was 'Estonian Landscapes 100' to celebrate the publication of an article 'Estonian Landscape Units' by Johannes Gabriel Granö in 1922 that marked the beginning of scientific landscape studies in Estonia. Since the term 'landscape' can contain many topics, the talks were about both terrestrial and water landscapes. From our workgroup, Carlos gave a talk about mapping functional landscapes.