Live course ‘Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure’ held in September in the UK

Registration open for the 1st live course Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure; 27 & 28 September in Oxfordshire (UK).

Did you miss the webinar on the Multiple Benefits of the Hondsbossche dunes?

In the webinar the results of the Sustainable Asset Valuation assessment of the Hondsbossche Dunes was discussed.

Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) of Nature-Based Coastal Protection in the Netherlands

Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) of Nature-Based Coastal Protection in the Netherlands: An economic valuation of the contribution of the Hondsbossche Dunes sand nourishment to climate adaptation and local development.

Fact Sheet: Creating a Sustainable Marine and Freshwater Infrastructure

The new IADC-CEDA Fact Sheet "Creating a Sustainable Marine and Freshwater Infrastructure" is now available in the IADC Knowledge Centre.

Onsite AND online course ‘Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure’ in March and September

Onsite AND online course Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure scheduled for March and April 2022.

1st live course Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure; 27 & 28 September in the UK

Learn how to achieve dredging projects that fulfil primary functional requirements while adding value to the natural and socio-economic systems by acquiring an understanding of these systems in the context of dredging as well as stakeholder engagement throughout a project’s development.

Valuing the Multiple Benefits of the Hondsbossche and Pettemer sea dunes

The Multiple Benefits of the Hondsbossche and Pettemer sea dunes, valued by IISD through the SAVi methodology

The impact and costs of Building with Nature projects

The use of nature and natural processes is an innovative way to increase water safety and create added value through nature development and recreation. This exploratory study provides an initial inventory of the impact and costs of existing Building with Nature projects in the Netherlands. It also includes an analysis of the decision-making process in choosing this type of project and identifies success factors. Building with Nature projects deliver added value but often also involve additional costs compared to traditional reinforcements. These costs give an indication of what we as a society are prepared to pay for the development of nature and recreation as part of hydraulic engineering projects.