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Please note that due to the increasing COVID-19 measures across Europe, the 2nd IMMERSE Transnational Estuary Exchange Lab has unfortunately been postponed until further notice. The event is still expected to still take place at a later date in 2020. If you would like to attend the TEEL on a new date, please express your interest through filling in the registration form and we will keep you updated. Thank you for your understanding. 
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Welcome to the project website of IMMERSE (Implementing Measures for Sustainable Estuaries)

IMMERSE aims to accelerate the implementation of large-scale measures that address multiple estuary management challenges, while increasing their cost-efficiency and enhancing stakeholder commitment. The 11 project partners focus on 7 estuaries in the North Sea Region, namely:

  1. Scheldt (NL/BE)
  2. Elbe (DE)
  3. Humber (UK)
  4. Isefjord/Holbaekfjord (DK)
  5. Roskildefjord (DK)
  6. Göta älv (SE)
  7. Tees (UK)

More information about the project, its objectives, partners and activities can be found on the respective webpages.

Latest Project News

Draft agenda available for IMMERSE Transnational Estuary Exchange Lab!

04 February 2020

IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Please note that due to the increasing COVID-19 measures across Europe, the 2nd IMMERSE Trans…

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IMMERSE at the annual Schelde Symposium - and Magazine!

12 December 2019

IMMERSE was promoted at the annual Schelde Symposium organised by the Flemish-Dutch Schelde Commission on 21 November! With IMMERSE, the Commission i…

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Partnership meets in Roskilde - and publishes third IMMERSE Story!

22 October 2019

The IMMERSE Partnership organised its third partner meeting in Roskilde, Denmark on 17 and 18 October 2019. We discussed the feedback on the 1st TEL…

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Second IMMERSE Story published

03 October 2019

IMMERSE has published its second story about the Elbe estuary. Read it here!

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