Zoran Vojinovic, RECONECT project coordinator, wrote a joint paper with the members of OPERANDUM, a sister Horizon 2020 project on Nature-Based Solutions. […]
On 24, 25 and 26 September 2019 the European Commission organised the EU Research and Innovation Days in Brussels. The event gathered Europe’s best researchers, scientists, innovators and policy makers. […]
Seden Strand, Odense, and Greater Aarhus (respectively Demonstrators A and B of the RECONECT project, both located in Denmark) on 26 and 27 August were visited by some stakeholders and project partners, coordinated by Tauw. […]
RECONECT is part of the EU Task Force on Nature-Based Solutions for hydro-meteorological risk reduction! The task force, representing four Horizon 2020 projects (RECONECT, OPERANDUM, PHUSICOS and NAIAD), is our joint answer to the global call for the NBS work stream of the Climate Action Summit 2019. […]
Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) opens a PhD position for WOODY, a new project that will study the use of woody vegetation in Nature-Based Flood Defences to enhance flood safety.
Nils van der Vliet is the first student to graduate (cum laude) within the RECONECT project, guided by the University of Delft and Tauw on the RECONECT pilot Demonstrator B case ‘Room for the river: de Ijssel’.
DTU (Technical University of Denmark) offers a PhD scholarship in Quantitative Assessment of Human Benefits of Nature Based Solutions. The candidate will become part of the DTU Environment team, working mostly on the RECONECT project.
On 30 May 2019, in the framework of the Annual Meeting of the chief safety and mobilisation officials from the Region of Varna (Bulgaria), the Regional Administration of Varna carried out a practical exercise with key stakeholders on design and implementation of Nature Based Solutions.
ECCA 2019, an important biennial event on Climate Change Adaptation convened by projects funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme, will also see the participation of some of our partners.