FreshWater Watch is our global freshwater citizen science tool, which has been used in countless projects to study and address nutrient pollution. We keep developing our tool and are expanding our research programme.
We have recently launched Plastic Rivers, a programme to better understand and tackle plastic pollution before it reaches the ocean.
We coordinate the MICS project, in which we work with six partners to develop an integrated platform to measure the costs and benefits of citizen science. This will increase the evidence base for developing effective nature-based solutions.
In Ground Truth 2.0, six citizen science observatories in Europe and Africa enable citizens to share data that will play a crucial role in environmental monitoring, decision making, cooperative planning and environmental stewardship.
As a partner in COS4CLOUD, we are helping to bring together citizen science projects in the European Open Science Cloud through co-designed innovative services, improving the reach and quality of data.
The EU-Citizen.Science project, in which we are also a partner, is building the central platform for citizen science in Europe, as a place for citizen science knowledge sharing
As part of the NC4EE project researchers, including our own, collaborate with people from all walks of life to open up environmental research and empower people to tackle environmental challenges.