Life Fluvial

Improvement and sustainable management of river corridors of the Iberian Atlantic Region

The rivers of the Atlantic Iberia, beyond its extraordinary natural value and its social function, constitute a network of biological corridors that plays a decisive role in the conservation of many terrestrial ecosystems. Its complex dynamics and the extraordinary human pressure to which they are subjected, advises the realization of an interdisciplinary analysis that allows to understand, in its true dimension, the problems that afflict them and adequately guide actions to improve and restore their main functions. Designing restoration plans in this sense, which constitute a procedure of good practices in the matter of restoration of river corridors, and improve the social understanding of this work, are the strategic ideas that sustain this project.

The LIFE Fluvial project “Improvement and sustainable management of river corridors of the Iberian Atlantic Region” (LIFE 16 / NAT / ES000771) is a project funded by the LIFE program 2014-2020, within the 2016 call “Nature and Biodiversity”. The EU contribution to this project  is 2,272,474 € (the total amount of the project is 3,032,223 € ) and will be implemented over 4 years, from September 2017 to August 2021. The beneficiary entity is the University of Oviedo (INDUROT) and the partners: University of Santiago de Compostela (IBADER), University of Lisbon (Higher Institute of Agronomy), Ribadeo City Council, InterEo, TRAGSA, Mariñas-Betanzos Rural Disenvironment Association and EMALCSA

Total budget

Project execution

from 01.09.2017 to 31.12.2022

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