Four research institutes (Cemagref, AgroParisTech-ENGREF, Seecon and the RBA at TU Delft) and their local partners in France, Germany and The Netherlands have set up the i-Five project in response to the 1st IWRM-NET Joint Call for transnational research projects Towards Effective River Basin Plans.
i-Five stands for Innovative Instruments and Institutions in Implementing the WFD. The project was completed in October 2010. The results can be found on the document pages and include three case reports (on the Thau in France, Lower Weser in Germany and Brabantse Delta in The Netherlands), the cross-case comparison, and the quick scan.
Training and dissemination activities took place in the end of 2010. The final results of the project were presented at the IWRM-net conference in Brussels on 1-3 December 2010. On the 3rd of December there was an international workshop where we presented and discussed the results of the i-Five project.