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(Agricultural Measures for Water Management and their Integration into Spatial Planning)
As a joint project between regions in France, Germany and the UK, AMEWAM (Agricultural measures for water management and their integration into spatial planning) addresses land use and water systems. In the partner regions, recent freak rain [...]

Lead Partner: Town of Schaigern
Measures: 3.1
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ESPACE
ESPACE is a UK-led project (Hampshire County Council) with 10 partners, many from across the water in Belgium and the Netherlands. The project seeks to contribute to challenge faced by administrations to minimise the risk that climate change [...]

Lead Partner: Hampshire County Council
Measures: 3.1
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FAR (Extreme Floods and Flood Protection along the Rhine)
The project between four Dutch and German partners builds upon a transnational cooperation agreement in the field of flood prevention signed in 1997 by the Province of Gelderland, the Ministry of Transport and Water Management of the Netherla [...]

Lead Partner: Province of Gelderland
Measures: 3.2
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Floodscape (Creating New Landscapes for Flood Risk Management)
Previously named : CFM
CFM (Creating new landscapes for flood risk management) is an action project that seeks to change perceptions of flooding and develop common principles for relevant decision-making. The objective is to promote new sustainable landscapes in pl [...]

Lead Partner: Environment Agency
Measures: 3.2
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FOWARA (Problems in the Realisation of Forested Water Retention Areas : Natural and Social Scientific Studies in the River Rhine Catchment)
The project addresses problems in the realisation of forested water-retention areas by way of natural and social-scientific studies in the river Rhine catchment area. Its objective is to develop and test strategies for the sustainable managem [...]

Lead Partner: Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg; Department of Tree Physiology (D)
Measures: 3.2
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Freude am Fluss
This Dutch-led project with a total of 12 partners from France, Germany and the Netherlands, aims at reducing the opposition from local stakeholders to “room-for-river” measures against flooding. The project’s objective is to develop ex [...]

Lead Partner: Catholic University Nijmegen (KUN)
Measures: 3.2
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J.A.F (Joint Approach for Managing Flooding)
Transnational cooperation will also contribute to the prevention of flood damage in the NWE. The recent floods in central Europe illustrate the imperative with which common action must be promoted. In the project Joint Approach for Managing F [...]

Lead Partner: Waterboardrd Regge and Dinkel
Measures: 3.2
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NOAH
Clear and quick transfer of information is a key factor in modern flood prevention. The eight strong NOAH partnership, led by STOWA, a Dutch organisation, develops a new transnational approach to manage these high water situations around two [...]

Lead Partner: Stichting Toegepast Onderzoek Waterbeheer, Foundation for Applied Water research
Measures: 3.2
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NOFDP - Nature-Oriented Flood Damage Prevention
NOFDP is an investment project which focuses on giving ecological systems of water bodies and catchments areas, a greater role to play in flood damage prevention, in line with the EU Water Framework Directive. The project partnership, led by [...]

Lead Partner: Hessian Ministry of the Environment, Rural Development and Consumer Protection
Measures: 3.1
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RHINENET for a sustainable and participatory management of the Rhine Basin
The 5-year project, involving 13 partners from Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, and with a lead partner in SaarbrĂĽcken, seeks to develop two interrelated issues of sustainable water management and the involvement of [...]

Lead Partner: Naturlandstiftung Saar
Measures: 3.1, 3.2
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SAND
River basins cross nation state boundaries, therefore action to tackle flooding must be undertaken on a transnational basis. The key objective of SAND is to alleviate flooding by making better use of the gravel pits that line many river basi [...]

Lead Partner: Rijkswaterstaat-Directie Oost Nederland (RWS - DON)
Measures: 3.2
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SCALDIT ( From Collective Testing to a Transnational Analysis of the International River Basin District of the Scheldt...
This four-year project, SCALDIT, led by the Flemish region, involves six partners from three Member States. The project’s objective is to make an essential contribution to the implementation of the Water Framework Directive in the Scheldt ( [...]

Lead Partner: Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij (VMM)
Measures: 3.1
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SDF (Sustainable Development of Flood Plains)
The bursting of river banks, flooding of towns and evacuation of communities, have, in recent times, brought about the need for drastic short-term measures including the construction of emergency dams and dykes. With flooding predicted to bec [...]

Lead Partner: Rijkswaterstaat-Directie Oost Nederland (Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management; Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management, Directorate East-Netherlands)
Measures: 3.2
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Strategies and Actions/Implementations for Flood Emergency Risk management
The project concerns four regions which have been severely hit by flooding over the past years: the Neckar catchment area (one of the tributaries of the Rhine), the Dublin region, the River Enrick and through Glen Urquhart in Scotland, and Sw [...]

Lead Partner: Land of Baden-Württemberg represented by Gewässerdirektion Neckar (GWD)
Measures: 3.2
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TIMIS - Transnational Internet Map Information System on Flooding
Between 1993 and 1995, 8 million inhabitants in France, Germany and Luxemburg along the river basins of the Mosel and Nahe were subjected to severe flooding risks. The 4- year TIMIS project led by Luxemburg will invest €6.8 million to build [...]

Lead Partner: Ministère de l'Intérieur - Direction de l'Aménagement du Territoire et de l'Urbanisme, Luxembourg [DATUR]
Measures: 3.2
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TRUST - Transformation of Rural and Urban Spatial Structure
The six partners from Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK who have come together to work on this project led by a Dutch waterboard, believe that new approaches can be developed to better integrate water management and spatial plannin [...]

Lead Partner: Hoogheemraadschap van Schieland
Measures: 3.1
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Urban Water - Sustainable Water Management in Urban Space
Today urban water management is not always fully integrated into the urban planning process. Urban water systems have been looked at mainly through a scientific angle which is why the project partners seeks to develop a more “holistic”, p [...]

Lead Partner: Emschergenossenschaft (EG)
Measures: 3.1
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WARELA (Water Retention by Land Use)
Besides the major flooding of main rivers, significant damage is caused by flooding of smaller tributaries. Thus flood protection measures implemented through large engineering projects must - to make them efficient as possible - be complemen [...]

Lead Partner: Research Institute for Forest Ecology and Forestry Rheinland-Pfalz (FAWF)
Measures: 3.1
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