Nature-based solutions make headway in the North Sea Region

Nature-based solutions to climate change were in focus at this week’s UN Climate Action Summit in New York. Here are three North Sea Region projects using the power of nature to reduce climate impacts while […]

Peatland farming could protect vital carbon sink

The CANAPE project promotes peatland restoration and innovative wet farming to keep vast carbon stocks locked in the ground. As global temperatures keep rising, the race is on to develop climate-smart solutions. In fact, one […]

International Saline Futures Conference addresses climate change and food security

As climate change causes saltwater to intrude in farmlands across the North Sea Region, how can we continue to produce enough food for the world’s population? The conference Saline Futures provides some leading-edge answers to […]

Carbon Farming project to test green methods across the North Sea region

Reflections from the Carbon Farming kick-off meeting: Transnational cooperation to improve greening of agriculture methods The Carbon Farming project, which was approved in June and fits under the North Sea Region Programme’s thematic priority 2 […]

Bottom-up approach helps biodiversity gain ground in European farmlands

Only halfway through its planned duration, the North Sea Region project PARTRIDGE is garnering significant public interest and uptake by national and regional policies.  Birdlife Netherlands (Vogelbescherming Nederland) calls the project’s preliminary results ‘spectacular’. The PARTRIDGE […]