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25,000 km of rivers to be restored through barrier removals - Dam Removal Europe
By Rewilding Europe April 22, 2021
One of the targets set in the new EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 is to restore at least 25,000 km of rivers into free-flowing rivers, through the removal of barriers and the restoration of floodplains. Although this is a conservative estimate of the needs, it is a good first step forward! Dam removal-based river restoration is a powerful tool for brin...
One of the targets set in the new EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 is to res...
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Free-flowing rivers are the veins of Europe’s richest ecosystems. They boost an enormous variety of species and provide humans and nature with myriad benefits.
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