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PRiME-C 2 Seas Magazine

This publication brings together the knowledge gained by the cluster partners and builds on learning from their INTERREG projects. It promotes cross border best practice techniques, methods and tools for designing and implementing coastal risk management programmes and for actively involving stakeholders in these processes. Inside are examples such as multi-dimension frameworks for identifying risk, […]

Kent CC2150 Vision and Action Plan for Romney Marsh

These visions and the supporting action plan are the culmination of extensive engagement across the Marsh. The CC2150 team has distributed project material to around 800 people, 500 of whom gave direct feedback resulting in approximately 1000 comments. In addition, there have been over 3000 hits on the Kent CC2150 online hub with more than […]

Arch-Manche: Winter Newsletter 2013

Welcome to the third newsletter of the Arch-Manche project. Over the last few months all partners have continued their research into archaeological and palaeoenvironmental evidence, as well as assessing the potential of art, historic photos and maps and charts to help improve our understanding of coastal change across the Channel and southern North Sea. This […]

RINSE – Newsletter, Edition 4

This summer, RINSE got a special visit from Vicky Ford, an MEP for the East of England. Hosted by the River Waveney Trust (Norfolk, UK), Lead Partner NCC introduced Vicky to the RINSE project and our work to date. Following this, Vicky was taken out by boat to see where our recent floating pennywort control […]

La Lettre de TVES

The notion of Territory is at the heart of scientic research in geography and spatial planning. It refers to the relation between human as constituted in social groups and the space in which they live. The territory is seen as the place where social and political logics become articulated through the games played by the […]

RINSE Report: Targeting and Prioritisation

It is widely accepted that by far the cheapest and most efficient way to tackle the threats posed by INS is to prevent them from becoming established in the first place. With limited resources available to manage these species we need to focus our efforts on those that are, or have the potential to become, […]

Arch-Manche: Spring Newsletter 2013

Welcome to the second newsletter of the Arch-Manche project. Over the last few months the partners from the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands have been analysing archaeological, palaeoenvironmental, and coastal heritage data, along with artistic representations of the coast. After a season of fieldwork in 2012 all the partners had a large amount of […]

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