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Background Climate change is a global development issue, with the potential to cause serious problems for the urban environment: 1. Increased flood risk because of increased precipitation and rising water levels; 2. Increased temperatures resulting from the urban heat island effect; and 3. Deterioration of native flora and fauna on land and in water. ...
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 TERMINÉ 
Background Highway noise is a serious environmental problem in urbanised areas. Noise barriers, of various shapes and design, have been erected along highways in densely populated areas for over 20 years. These have lowered noise levels and can make a contribution to improving air quality. Meanwhile, electricity is being increasingly produced from solar p ...
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 TERMINÉ 

European Sustainable Clothing Action Plan (LIFE ECAP)

Date du début: 7 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 6 mars 2019,

Background The linear production and consumption model of the EU clothing sector leads to high environmental impacts, for example, in terms of carbon emissions and water resources. A report for the EU27 in 2009 revealed that 9.387 billion tonnes of textiles waste is either landfilled or incinerated. In the UK, textiles disposal is the highest by tonnage a ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Estuaries on the Move (EMOVE)

Date du début: 9 janv. 2013, Date de fin: 29 mars 2015,

EMOVE will give insight on what we know and need to find out by research or pilots to maintain accessible, flood safe and ecological resilient estuaries. By a community-led approach stakeholders will become shareholders and develop a joint vision on how to be able to maintain accessible estuaries. We will deliver an Innovative Virtual Communication Platform to facilitate (trans)national and region ...
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Accessibility for Shipping, Efficiency, Advantages and Sustainability (ACCSEAS)

Date du début: 29 févr. 2012, Date de fin: 26 févr. 2015,

ACCSEAS wishes to improve maritime access to the NSR by developing & implementing e-Navigation within a transnational framework. A North Sea e-Navigation test-bed will be established to demonstrate proof-of-concept solutions. ACCSEAS enables service providers, researchers & suppliers to develop e-Navigation regional services and to prototype novel marine navigation & communication concepts. ACCSEA ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Adaptive Land use for Flood Alleviation (ALFA)

Date du début: 31 déc. 2006, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2014,

The general project aim is: to protect the North West Europe region against the effects of (the risk of) flooding due to climate changes. This will be done in the project by creating new capacity for storage or discharge of peak floods within river catchments. For example. new floodplains will be created in areas that have not been flooded recently. The need for the creation of new capacity for ...
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 TERMINÉ 
To integrate the increasing demand for more houses and other buildings with the increasing need for more and better flood risk management measures in North West European cities along rivers. Objectives to achieve that aim: 1. Awareness: To enhance the awareness and engagement in all aspects of flood risk and the means of managing it at: - the Policy level (politicians/decision makers). - amo ...
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innovative TRANsport Solutions for Fjords Estuaries and Rivers (iTransfer)

Date du début: 30 sept. 2010, Date de fin: 30 sept. 2013,

Improving water-based public transport by ferry is a key issue in the NSR to safeguard sustainable accessibility of regions which would otherwise be inaccessible or suffering from their remote location. The iTransfer partners pursue an implementation-oriented approach to improve water-based accessibility by fostering development of Technology (ferries & landings), Operation (integration with publi ...
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 TERMINÉ 
The NWE OP acknowledges adapting to the impacts of climate change as one of the most fundamental challenges for territorial development in North West Europe. Through the Strategic Initiatives Cluster. Adaptation to the spatial impacts of climate change. eight transnational projects with almost 100 project partners combine their efforts for promoting and achieving effective adaptation throughout NW ...
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 TERMINÉ 
DYMAPHY aims to improve the assessment of the quality of marine waters in the 2 Seas area, through the study of microalgae (phytoplankton) and related environmental parameters at high resolution by employing a combination of traditional and new approaches, which could then be used by other regions. Partners, all specialists of marine environments or public authorities, decided to focus on phytopla ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Tidal River Development (TIDE)

Date du début: 31 déc. 2009, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2012,

TIDE considers tidally influenced NSR estuaries with large sediment transportation, which are used as shipping channels to large harbours. The ecosystem services of intertidal and shallow estuarine habitats are threatened and need to be considered to ensure economic benefits and the maintenance of ecologically important areas. At the same time decision-makers at these estuaries are faced with an i ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Managing Adaptive Responses to changing flood risk in the North Sea Region (MARE)

Date du début: 31 déc. 2008, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2011,

Recent flooding has demonstrated the vulnerability of North Sea Region. Municipalities have an urgent need to reduce flood risk, but lack a framework and the resources. The overarching aim of MARE is to enable widespread implementation of local adaptive measures that mitigate flood risk. The project is focusing on developing a transnational methodology to implement urban Flood Risk Management (FRM ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Salt Marsh restoration Eastern Scheldt (SAMARES)

Date du début: 1 août 2006, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2010,

Background The salt marshes of the Eastern Scheldt are seriously endangered following the introduction of the Delta Project to safeguard the south-western part of the Netherlands against flooding. This has resulted in the loss of salt marsh area (from 1 500 hectares before 1970, to approximately 500 ha today), posing a serious threat to the site’s Europ ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Bringing the OpenMI-Life (OpenMI-LIFE)

Date du début: 1 oct. 2006, Date de fin: 31 janv. 2010,

Background The project's rationale lies in the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD), which demands an integrated approach to water management. This requires an ability to predict the way catchment processes will interact. In most contexts, it is not feasible to build a single predictive model that adequately represents all the processes; therefore, there is ...
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 TERMINÉ 
Background Marine structures such as ship hulls need protection against corrosion and the attachment of marine organisms such as algae and barnacles, known as biofouling. Biofouling negatively affects the hydrodynamics of the hull, increasing drag and thus the necessary propulsive power. As well as increasing fuel costs up to 40% this also necessitates re ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Harmonised River Basins Strategies North Sea (HARBASINS)

Date du début: 29 nov. 2004, Date de fin: 29 juin 2008,

The aim of the HARBASINS project was to enhance the compatibility of management strategies and international cooperation for the North Sea's coastal waters, estuaries and river basins. The focus has been on harmonisation of the EU Water Framework Directive and the international cooperation on integrated management of estuaries and coastal waters in the North Sea Region, ultimately leading to ecosy ...
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 TERMINÉ 

SDF (Sustainable Development of Flood Plains) (SDF)

Date du début: 31 déc. 2002, Date de fin: 29 juin 2008,

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 become ever more acute and ever more frequent, German and Dutch governments have been forced to take more drastic long-term action to cope with rising water leve ...
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 TERMINÉ 

SAND

Date du début: 6 janv. 2003, Date de fin: 29 juin 2008,

... n a transnational basis. The key objective of SAND is to alleviate flooding by making better use of the gravel pits that line many river basins. The five year project, which is being led by the Dutch Rijkswaterstaats East Netherlands Directorate, draws together five riverine authorities from three NW European countries. The project will analyse the common issues that the pilot authorities face and ...
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 TERMINÉ 
Background Tiengemeten is an island estuary of the rivers Rhine and Meuse, just south of Rotterdam. Since the last embankment in 1860, Tiengemeten consists of 700 ha arable land and 300 ha reedbeds. As a result of the construction of a dam in 1970, the tidal ebb and flow in the estuary practically ceased. The effect has had serious consequences for the ve ...
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 TERMINÉ 

NOAH

Date du début: 30 sept. 2002, Date de fin: 30 sept. 2006,

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 key objectives. Firstly the partnership will seek to develop and implement a new IT system called FLIWAS which makes innovative use of GIS support systems. Th ...
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 TERMINÉ 

Ways of the water (Wege des Wassers (Sur les traces de l'eau))

Date du début: 30 juin 2002, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2005,

Ab Juli 2002 haben die Partner gemeinsam ein neues, ganzheitliches Leitbildfür Flüsse entwickelt. Zielgruppe waren Wissenschaftler und Wassermanagersowie Touristen und die regionale Bevölkerung. Achievements: Im Rahmen dieses Projekts wurden erstmals alle relevanten Fak ...
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 TERMINÉ 

FAR (Extreme Floods and Flood Protection along the Rhine) (FAR)

Date du début: 31 déc. 2001, Date de fin: 29 nov. 2004,

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 Netherlands, and the Ministry of Environment of the Land of Northrhine-Westfalia. FAR (Extreme floods and flood protection along the Rhine) also follows up a number o ...
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 TERMINÉ 
Escape aimed to minimise the effects of flooding situations in coastal areas, through improving contingency plans, increasing public awareness and developing systems for monitoring high water and evacuation possibilities. Achievements: The project addressed the issue of ...
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