THE COALITION

The “Salmon Come Back” campaign is launched by WWF Switzerland and coordinated internationally by ERN. 26 other NGO’s, federal organization and private sponsors from different countries and cultures support the coalition and the campaign (see the list below). Additionally, the coalition is working together closely with national and international authorities, e.g. the ICPR.

WWF Switzerland

WWF_logo [Converted] WWF Switzerland belongs to the global WWF network, which is working in more than 100 countries worldwide. The overall goal is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future where humans live in harmony with nature. To achieve this, WWF helps in protecting animals, plants and habitats and in making our consumption of resources more sustainable.

ERN France

The European Rivers Network (ERN) seeks to promote the sustainable management of living European rivers and water, as opposed to the exploitation, pollution and degradation that has occurred in the past. Founded in France in 1994, ERN aims  to link groups, organisations and people in the fifty major rivers basins in Europe to improve communication (environment, culture, education and human rights) to protect and restore the basic equilibrium of rivers and aquatic environments. ERN implements its own projects in French and transboundary rivers in Western Europe. ERN is based in France and holds national certificates (Agreements) by French Ministry of the Environment and has the Label “Entreprise solidaire”.

Other members of the coalition

WWF_logo [Converted] WWF Netherlands
WWF_logo [Converted] WWF France in partnership with ERN France
SBB beeldmerk groen JPG Staatsbosbeheer (Netherlands)
bbulogo_akwasser AK Wasser im BBU (Germany)
BUNDlogo 2012 RGB kurz_transparent Landesverband RLP BUND (Germany)
aqua_viva_logo Aqua Viva Rheinaubund (Switzerland)
pronatura Pro Natura (Switzerland)
platform-bee-logo-wbb Platform Biodiversiteit Ecosystemen und Economie (Netherland)
rwlogo3 Regiowasser (Germany)
Alsace Nature Alsace Nature (France)
NASF North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) (Island)
EAA_logo_2009__256x300_1 European Anglers Alliance
Sportvisserij Nederland (Netherlands)
SVF-recadrer Schweizerischer Fischerei-Verband (Fédération de Pêche Suisse/Federaziun Swizra da Pestga) (Switzerland)
logo Fischereiverb BW Fédération Régionale des associations de pêcheurs  (Landesfischereiverband)

Land Baden Württemberg (Germany)

LogoNM_HB_RGB Natuurmonuments (Netherlands)
Deutscher Naturschutzring (Germany)
NABU_Logo_4c_RZ NABU (Germany)
ARGE ARGE Renaturierung des Hochrheins (Switzerland)
lachsverein4c_klein Der Atlantische Lachs (Germany)
ig_lahn IG-LAHN (Germany)
Logo AIDSA Association Internationale de Défense du Saumon Atlantique (AIDSA) (France)
Rivières_Sauvages Rivières Sauvages (France)
LoireVivante_logoPiem Loire Vivante (France)
SOS_loire SOS Loire Vivante (France)
APS-logo01 Association de Protection du Saumon (France)
Patagonia.svg Patagonia

The “Salmon Come Back” campaign is launched by WWF Switzerland and coordinated internationally by ERN (European Rivers Network)

The “Salmon Come Back” campaign is launched by WWF Switzerland and coordinated internationally by ERN (European Rivers Network)
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