Welcome to the web space for the WaterCo-Governance (WaterCoG) project. WaterCoG is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014 - 2020.

Working with a range of partners and stakeholders from Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands and the UK, WaterCoG aims to understand the extent to which effective stakeholder and community participation in water management (co-governance) can deliver more sustainable and long-term approaches to managing North Sea Region (NSR) ecosystems by improving the implementation of key environmental objectives such as the Water Framework Directive (WFD).

 

Latest Project News

Knowledge sharing and good debates at conference day on Ringkøbing Fjord

25 June 2019

Local farmers, fishermen, birdwatchers and many other local stakeholders were gathered in Ringkøbing for a conference day on the environmental statu…

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An update from the seventh Water Co-Governance meeting

16 April 2019

Representatives from Denmark, Sweden, United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands met in Gothenburg, Sweden for their seventh Water Co-Governance meet…

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Reducing crop damage from salt water on the Island of Texel in the Netherlands

27 March 2019

To reduce crop damage by salt water intrusion on the island of Texel, the waterboard HHNK started a measuring programme in collaboration with the farm…

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Involving farmers in Denmark with nitrate measurement

22 March 2019

Nitrate leaching from fields do not only have a negative impact on groundwater and surface water environment, but it is also potential lost yields on …

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The world’s first international citizen science relay

15 March 2019

The Rivers Trust is organising the worlds first international citizen science relay with organisations from five different countries to take #actionon…

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