Renaturation of floodplains, riverbank landscaping, management of a river’s catchment area, integration of agriculture, urban and natural land use– on a transnational or regional level: Our work targets water governance so that stakeholders can actually implement necessary solutions.
Groundwater is invisible, and it is used in many different ways: as a source of drinking water and valuable agricultural, industrial, and trade resource. Dry weather highlights its exhaustible nature to the public. Our participatory processes support integrated groundwater management.
Shaping our society in a way that ensures sufficient (natural) resources for a healthy, peaceful, and safe life now and in future: That is what sustainability means to us. To include expert knowledge about key topics and social needs in strategic decisions, people from all disciplines and interest groups are included during our processes.
Adaptation and mitigation – the extent to which the climate is changing requires both strategies. In this context, we help stakeholders to carefully bring all their interests to the table and to develop measures promoting society’s resilience.Learn more
Farmers form our environment. They shape our cultural landscapes and make a major contribution to society – not only by providing food. Of course, agriculture also uses and puts a strain on joint resources.Learn more
What can we do for you? Let’s find out how we can support you and your project, and let’s answer all your questions – we are more than happy to do so! Please feel free to get in touch at any time.