#EUprotects: Bridging troubled waters

Citizen dialogue is key to good water governance, yet it often fails. In the Interreg WaterCoG project, Susanne Mortensen engages with landowners to protect water quality. “My interest in citizen dialogue is based on 20 […]

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 […]

Seventy years later, the risk is still there: New project may bring the solution

The remnants of a Europe in conflict can to this day still be found on the seabed of the North Sea.  More than seventy years after World War II and  a hundred years after World […]

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 […]

North Sea Region projects make their mark

From creative technology to farmland biodiversity, energy-savvy youngsters and shared mobility solutions:  North Sea Region projects are creating a stir with their novel approaches.   North Sea Region Programme funded projects are carefully selected based on […]