Welcome to the CATCH webpage

 

'water sensitive Cities: the Answer To CHallenges of extreme weather events'.

The overall objective of CATCH is to demonstrate and accelerate the redesign of urban water management of midsize cities in the North Sea Region in order to become climate resilient cities that are sustainable, liveable and profitable on the long term. 

We have developed the CATCH decision support tool to help midsize cities with guidance, insight and solutions into a suitable climate adaptation strategy. 

Latest Project News

Nature-based solutions - Learning network event in Värmland

29 April 2022

On 16 March Värmland County Administrative Board had a learning network event about Nature-based solutions with Värmland's municipalities and various …

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A visit to Enschede…

29 April 2022

On 9 March 2022, professionals on spatial planning, water and climate and connected from all over the Netherlands visited Enschede for a tour of vario…

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An article in Wasser und Abfall

29 April 2022

In the Magazine Wasser und Abfall of March 2022, the CATCH partners from Jade in cooperation with UT and RHDHV published an article on the webbased to…

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The traffic management system in Oldenburg is ready

21 July 2021

Increasingly frequent heavy rainfall in cities like Oldenburg stress the local sewer system and, in extreme cases, cause flooding. Therefore, a data d…

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Governance assessment of a blue-green infrastructure project in a small size city in Belgium

20 July 2021

In the last years at the KU Leuven Public Governance Institute, Cesar Casiano and his colleagues have studied the role of the different government lev…

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