We seek new solutions for the existing issues: information technology and data are leading us to understand the water circle, its quality and quantity aspects. In synergy we use our professional backgrounds of both engineering and social-environmental sciences. We work hard to bring excellent products, which earned us the trust of our pan-European partners on a long term.
We believe in taking local experience to a higher level. We merge the different conditions and experience of the European environments, societies, and policies to solutions that can be used by all inhabitants and countries of the European Union.
We work with as modest environmental footprint as possible. When possible, we work remotely with the European partners. Our office uses and changes the equipment responsibly. As often as possible, our daily commute to the office is bicycle.
Civil engineer (univ. dipl. ing. grad., Doctor of Engineering) | Director
Dr. Lidija Globevnik works on water resources management, hydrology and hydraulic modelling, river morphology, pollution, and other pressures on water resources. With the European Commission and the European Environment Agency, she cooperates in developing, applying, and interpreting European water legislation. She is a president of Water Management Society of Slovenia and actively involved in public discussions on flood management and a right to drinking water issues.
Geographer (univ. dipl. geog.) | Database manager, GIS analyst, water quality and quantity expert | Linkedin
Luka is enfolding environmental elements through big data and use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He works on the topics of integrated bathing water management, impacts of climate change to water availability, European floodplain ecosystem assessment, and global megatrends. He also has an insight into the EIONET data flows and technologies used to visualize the pan-European assessment results.
Geographer (univ. dipl. geog.) | Data analyst, water quality expert | Linkedin
Gašper actively explores and applies information technologies to understand the environment. With the European Environment Agency (EEA) he cooperates on the development of European dataflows within EIONET network, as well as on the data-supported European water quality assessment. He shares his experience with the water sector institutions in the Western Balkans and ENI East countries.