Belgium - Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij
The River Velpe and it’s side rivers are part of the Belgian Demer catchment. The River Velpe has a specific design with a long and a practically unbranched rivercourse, into which many small rivers flow.
Germany - Emscher Genossenschaft
The river Emscher is a tributary of the river Rhine catchment, running through the densely populated Ruhr area in Germany. Its catchment covers 865 km2.
Germany - Rheinland Pfalz
The Hördter Rheinaue case is situated in the Upper Rhine valley in southwest Germany. It encompasses part of the Rhine’s sub-recent floodplain on the left bank of the river. Nowadays a dyke separates the area from the River.
United Kingdom - Eden River Trust
The overall goal of the River Eden case is to implement catchment scale planning and land use change to help manage river flows - both floods and droughts - in an ecologically sustainable way.
France - EPTB Seine Grands Lacs
La Bassee is located in the densely populated Île-de-France region, including the city of Paris. One out of six French people live here. The Seine river basin covers about 40,000 km2. The project area lies at the confluence of the Seine and Yonne rivers.
The Netherlands - Ruimte voor de Rivier
The Overdiepse Polder is located along the River Bergsche Maas (Meuse) in the province of Noord-Brabant in the southern part of the Netherlands.
Netherlands - Ruimte voor de Rivier
Natuurderij Keizersrande is responsible for the maintenance of floodplain excavation for the Dutch city of Deventer.