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River Restoration in the Context of Different Interests

River Restoration in the Context of Different Interests

Administrations, water management associations, non-profit organisations, farmers or the local population – many stakeholders are involved in river restoration projects. Early cooperation and participation enable acceptance and planning security.

Many interests come together when considering rivers. For restoration projects, new compromises must be reached and conflicts of use must be resolved through planning processes. Early, open and regular communication between all stakeholders increases the satisfaction with the restoration result.

The infographic is licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY-ND 4.0 license, i.e. it may be used unchanged if the author is named. The infographic is part of a series of four infographics on river restoration developed by Ecologic Institute for the German Federal Environment Agency's information platform on river restoration.


Citation

Umweltbundesamt (2019): River restoration in the context of different interests. Infographic. Online: uba.de/partrenat

Language
English
Credits

Concept: Melanie Kemper (Ecologic Institute)
Contents: Georg Lamberty (Planungsbüro Zumbroich), Falko Wagner (IGF Jena), Stephan Naumann (Umweltbundesamt)
Graphic design: Lena Aebli (Ecologic Institute)

Funding
Year
2019
Project ID
3514
Keywords
participation, cooperation, measures, restoration, river, hydromorphology, Water Framework Directive, WFD, ecology, nature conservation, urban water management, agriculture, energy, recreation, tourism, monument conservation, Germany, online, information platform, internet, website, infographic