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'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. 

Latest Project News

Advisory Group meeting Catch on May 29 in Enschede

14 June 2019

On Wednesday May 29th 2019 we organized our annual Advisory Board meeting in Enschede, the Netherlands. The advisory group consist of 13 members from …

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Lessons on climate adaptation in small and medium sized cities in Overijssel

14 June 2019

Climate change is one of the most challenging problems faced in urbanized areas today. Droughts and periods of heavy rainfall occur more often, causin…

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Climate Campus Zwolle

14 June 2019

In the last Climate Campus Connects event last April it was all about Serious games and gamification to bring climate adaptation further. The CATCH pi…

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CATCH project present at the 33rd Oldenburg Pipeline Forum

27 February 2019

With an intensive expert knowledge exchange on best practice examples, the 33rd Oldenburg Pipeline Forum made a contribution to protecting the populat…

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In the Netherlands we have already launched a first spin-off of the CATCH project

20 February 2019

As one of the first activities for the CATCH+ project, a spin-off of the EU-INTERREG project CATCH, employees from the cities Enschede and Zwolle, the…

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