Alpine Rivers are working for Us


  • First European Rivers Summit held in Sarajevo

    250 people from over 30 countries attended the first European Rivers Summit in Sarajevo. © Luka Tomac (Art) and Flying Pangolin Film (Photo)


    Between September 27th and 29th, Sarajevo became the center of European river conservationists and dam opponents. At the first European Rivers Summit, about 250 people from over 30 countries discussed how to stop the destruction of Europe’s rivers from hydropower, how to protect the last free-flowing river jewels in the long run and how to restore those already destroyed.

  • New EEA report 'European Waters - status and pressures'

    The European Environment Agency (EEA) published the new report on European Waters – status and pressures. 

  • HyMoCARES: videos of the project

    The presentation video of the project and technical videos with personal interviews to HyMoCARES experts are available on Youtube HyMoCARES channel.

  • Contributions at HyMoCARES workshop at IS Rivers 2018

    All the contributions presented at HyMoCARES workhop held at  IS Rivers 2018 in Lyon are available

  • Ecosystem Services Visualization

    The Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) is a community-led approach that engages people and groups from across society to help improve our precious water environments. CaBA Partnerships are now actively working in 100+ catchments across England and Wales.  More details on CaBA can be found at https://www.catchmentbasedapproach.org/

    CaBA promotes an initiative of the Westcountry Rivers Trust that, in collaboration with DEFRA and the Rivers Trust, has developed a method for undertaking stakeholder-led spatial visualisation of ecosystem services provisioning areas across a catchment landscape.