The ECRR is a European network consisting of national centres and individual members bound by their mission to enhance and promote river restoration throughout Europe.
The ECRR counteracts the threats to natural riverine habitats by fostering the establishment of national river restoration networks, and by disseminating information on river restoration.
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The 5th European River Restoration Conference was held 11-13 September in Vienna, Austria. It featured over 60 keynotes, presentations, and workshops, about 120 poster presentations, 3 field trip excursions, and was organised alongside the 1st European RiverPrize .
ECRR is excited to announce that the partners of the Community of Practice ( see the news page under River basins engaged in WWF6 process) have formalised their commitment to river restoration at the signing of the contract at the 5th European River Restoration Conference.
The 5th European River Restoration Conference, held 11-13 September 2013 in Vienna, Austria, was a great success. Over 300 participated in presentations and workshops by a wide range of speakers, from high ranking European officals to enthousiastic practitioners. All presentations and videos will become available on the RESTORE website. Sign up for the ECRR newsletter to receive the conference reports.
ECRR is excited to announce that the partners of the Community of Practice see the news page under River basins engaged in WWF6 process have signed .
The newsletter special on National Centres offers an overview of the wide range of organisations that form the backbone of the ECRR network.
Download the Lelystad declaration. This call to European countries to restore rivers was estalished at the seminar held at the ECRR's 10th anniversary.
Download the ECRR Brochure: Addressing practitioners (pdf version, 8MB)
13-16 November 2012, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The 11th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE « EUROPE INBO 2013 » will focus on the implementation of the Water Framework Directive.
For an extensive, up to date overview of events see the RESTORE events page.