News & Updates

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 outside the CATCH partnership. The group is chaire…

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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, causing severe damages and negative effects within the b…

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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 pilot in Zwolle had also presented itself on this ev…

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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 population from the effects of extreme weather events. Ar…

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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 Waterboard Vechtstromen and the Province Overijss…

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CATCH project presented at Our Future Water conference in Berlin

21 November 2018

On November 7th the Our Future Water conference was held by Robert C. Brears, as part of the Berlin Science Week. This conference brought together close to 40 practitioners from governmental, business…

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Workshop climate change at Dutch high school

05 November 2018

In October 2018 one of the CATCH members visited a high school to give some classes about climate change. The regional water authority Vechtstromen (lead partners of the CATCH project) was invited to …

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CATCH project presented at the Pol-Eco System trade fair (Poland)

01 November 2018

Representatives of Jade University presented innovative concepts and first results of the EU Interreg project CATCH at the Pol-Eco System trade fair in Poznan (Poland) from 23.-25. October.

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Partner meeting Antwerp/ Herentals

03 October 2018

From 25-28 September, Flanders Environment Agency welcomed the CATCH project partnership in Antwerpen and Herentals for a series of meetings. 35 Delegates from different organizations across the North…

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DST team visit to Arvika, Sweden

06 September 2018

On the 30th and 31th of August the Decision Support Tool team visited Arvika in Sweden. The city of Arvika already has a history with flooding due to climate change.

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