December 16, 2020

New AMBER publication in Nature: Europe’s rivers are broken, but there is a fix

December 18, 2020

Research on river fragmentation is on the spotlight

May 21, 2021

Small but damaging: new blog post on The Applied Ecologist

Dr. Peter Jones has published a blog post in The Applied Ecologist. The blog post summarises the research contained in the paper “Selective effects of small […]
May 21, 2021

AMBER on Display

On 22nd May, Swansea University’s new Oriel Science Centre will open in Swansea City Centre in Wales in the UK. Entry to the venue is free […]
June 14, 2021

Dam Removal Goes Alps!

From 4th to 7th May 2021, Dam Removal Europe hosted an online seminar with multiple sessions, each with a thematic focus be enriched with vivid keynote […]
June 14, 2021

AMBER Attends EC Workshop on Developing EU Restoration Targets

In April this year, Professor Carlos Garcia de Leaniz represented the AMBER project at the European Commission’s Workshop on developing EU Restoration Targets. In the first […]
August 18, 2021
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Bringing Eels Back to the River Thames

One ongoing project is looking to reduce the barriers to migration for juvenile European eels. Glass eels used to be working-class Londoners’ cheap lunch. Today, with […]
November 1, 2021

The Open Rivers Programme is Launched!

Thanks to a €42.5 million investment over six years from Arcadia, the Open Rivers Programme Officially launched on 8th October 2021. The mission of the Open […]