Living laboratories Building with NatureWithin the project we defined coastal and catchment living laboratories. Here we generate the evidence-base that is currently lacking to incorporate building with nature solutions in national policy and investment programs.
Estuaries, rivers and lakes
- Eddleston Water Project (Scotland)
- Restoration of streams, Helsingborg, catchment area of Råå (Sweden)
- Flood prevention in Kleine Nete catchment (VMM) (Belgium)
- Room for the River (The Netherlands)
- Dutch North Sea coast shoreface nourishment (The Netherlands)
- Danish North Sea coast between Lodbjerg and Nymindegrab (Denmark)
- Coastal protection strategy for two East Frisian Islands (Germany)
On the islands of Langeoog and Norderney NLWKN wants to develop a better understanding of the natural processes in the shoreface and beach areas to optimize the coastal protection strategy using building with nature principles.
- Sylt beach and shoreface nourishment (Germany)
- Planned retreat and other solutions to prevent coastal erosion along the Swedish coast (Grannian, Sweden)
In Ystad a pilot beach nourishment is currently being monitored and under research. Besides this sandy solution, along the Swedish coast several pilot projects will be executed which investigate the use of ecosystem (grasses) in order to prevent coastal erosion.
- Ameland tidal inlet monitoring and analysis (The Netherlands)
- Research program (Belgium)
In Oostende - Mariakerke the coastal division of the Flemish government is currently performing a research program including the monitoring of a beach and shoreface nourishment pilot to understand the behaviour and effectiveness of both nourishments for coastal protection.
- Gully Management (The Netherlands)
- Twin Dike (The Netherlands)
- Tidal Flush Basin (The Netherlands)
- Benevolent (Rich) Dike coastal lab
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The Benevolent (Rich) Dike coastal lab