One river, two countries, the same goal: reducing nutrient inputs to save it
“Each of these two countries, Estonia and Russia, must reduce the level of pollution it is throwing into the Narva River: they both have defined targets to reach, but the problem is that they calculate them differently. We are experts, and we think that we are talking about the same thing. But, in reality, we refer to things that have different meaning for each of us. This is where the problem lays: and this is what this project is trying to change”
Alvina Reihan from the Tallinn University of Technology, the lead beneficiary organisation.