Tag Archives: rivers

Aquatic publication review (12)

We begin with the ever-heating topic of Nature Restoration Law and an analysis of the [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
Piotr Bednarek on the challenges facing Polish water management

This article needs a few words of introduction, as its publication was not so obvious. [...]

Piotr Bednarek
Orange waters of Alaska’s rivers – is climate change to blame?

In remote, economically undeveloped regions of Arctic Alaska, where streams and rivers usually offer crystal [...]

Iwona Szyprowska-Głodzik
Aquatic publication review (9)

The year 2024 is expected to be unique in many ways. There are a lot [...]

Agnieszka Kolada
More than 30 countries take on the Freshwater Challenge to collectively restore freshwater ecosystems

In recent years, the pace of global efforts to curb climate change has been increasing. [...]

Alicja Kapiszka
Rivers as potential macroplastic shredders

In an October issue of Water Matters, we featured a newly published article by Polish [...]

Anna Zielonka, Maciej Liro
Coalition agreement announced – there is a provision for water

In recent days, a coalition agreement was published - a document confirming the agreement between [...]

Justyna Chachulska-Serweta
EU Biodiversity Strategy 2030 – renaturalization of 25,000. km of rivers

Due to the deteriorating state of ecosystems, the European Union is placing great emphasis on [...]

Alicja Kapiszka
The economic value of water in the world – estimates and risks

On October 16, we celebrated World Food Day. On this occasion, the WWF published an [...]

Agata Pavlinec
Aquatic publication review

The current review of the aquatic literature probably cannot begin other than with a native [...]

Agnieszka Kolada