Sister Projects

ALFAwetlands cooperates with its sister projects, financed by the same Horizon Europe programme. Together, creating synergies, these projects contribute to the improvement of the European wetlands knowledge and protecting them.

Start date: 01/01/2023

End date: 31/12/2025

RESTORE4Cs aims to assess the role of restoration action on wetlands climate change mitigation capacity and a wide range of ecosystem services using an integrative socio-ecological systems approach. Focusing on coastal wetlands across Europe, RESTORE4Cs will deliver standardised methodologies and approaches for the prioritisation of restoration promoting carbon-storage and greenhouse gasses (GHG) emissions abatement, while improving the ecological status and the provision of additional ecosystem services.

ID: 101056782

Programme: HORIZON-CL5-2021-D1-01-08

Project coordinator: Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal.

URL: Restore4CS website

Start date: 01/09/2022

End date: 31/08/2026

The EU-Funded project WET HORIZONS will provide the critical flying start for the challenge of enhancing wetland restoration using a holistic approach. It will boost crucial wetland knowledge and develop sound tools and approaches for fast-tracking large scale restoration action. The project will improve the current data available from pristine, drained, and rewetted peatlands, floodplains, and coastal wetlands, model the effects of typical restoration measures under variable conditions, and analyse the potential socioeconomic impacts, finally delivering guidelines and best management practices.

ID: 101056848

Programme: HORIZON-CL5-2021-D1-01-08

Project coordinator: Aarhus Universitet, Denmark


Start date: 01/10/2022

End date: 30/09/2026

The REWET project aims at facilitating the sustainable restoration and conservation of terrestrial wetlands, including freshwater wetlands, peatlands, and floodplains. Drawing upon experiences collected by a network of seven demonstrators, the so-called Open Labs, REWET will cover a range of local conditions, geographic characteristics, governance structures and social/cultural settings over more than 2,400 ha. In the Open Labs, the REWET consortium will apply the most fit-for-purpose technologies to monitor greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, biodiversity, and meteorological events.

ID: 101056804

Programme: HORIZON-CL5-2021-D1-01-08

Project coordinator: IDENER, Spain

URL: REWET website

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