Living Landscape Locations
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The island of Texel wanted to move towards a more sustainable future. A unique challenge as Texel combines all the different Dutch landscape qualities.
Heuvelrug National Park
A national park tries to combine the needs of its forest and heath with the needs of the people who live, work and play there.
In this bend the river Waal and river Meuse nearly congregate, with sandy shores and extensive routing along the dikes, a perfect location for a Living-River pilot by WWF.
How to create a new living habitat that can double as a tourist attraction to promote biodiversity.
Rhine river - Flowing Force
At this location the Rhine river enters the Netherlands. Here an old river basin shows traces of its original DNA. A challenge to find guidelines for more climate adaptive landscape development.