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DTP Thematic Seminar - Bratislava

Posted by Andrea Vranovska, Monday, 14th January 2019 @ 12:16 pm
Danube Transnational Programme, in view of launching the 3rd call, is organising a thematic seminar, focusing on Governance in Bratislava (SK) on the 15th January 2019.

DTP Thematic Seminar - Prague

Posted by Heilmann Diána, Wednesday, 12th December 2018 @ 5:20 pm
Four different DTP Thematic Seminars are organised recently and one of the seminars, in Prague, focuses on water management, flood prevention and environmental risk as well as on natural and cultural heritage and energy. The event will be organised on 14 December 2018.
Let's, get prepared for the 3rd Call of the Danube Transnational Programme! It will be launched soon!

Pan-European Action Plan for sturgeons adopted

Posted by Kocsis-Kupper Zsuzsanna, Monday, 3rd December 2018 @ 3:59 pm
The Standing Committee of the Bern Convention adopted the Pan-European Sturgeons Action Plan, through Recommendation No. 199/2018 on 30 November 2018

PA4 participated at Capitalization Event of the DTP Danube Floodplain Project

Posted by Kocsis-Kupper Zsuzsanna, Monday, 3rd December 2018 @ 11:30 am
A Capitalization Event of the DTP Danube Floodplain Project took place on 27 November 2018 as a virtual event via Zoom. The Capitalization Event aimed to connect relevant DTP projects - SIMONA, JoinTisza and Danube Floodplain - and to share knowledge and to start the synergy building between them. EUSDR PA4 as the Pole leader of the DTP's Water Pole also provided a presentation at the event.

JOINTISZA - climate change induced specific water quantity issues

Posted by Heilmann Diána, Thursday, 29th November 2018 @ 6:55 am
On the 27 November 2018 the 3rd Ad-Hoc Task Group meeting on "climate change induced specific water quantity issues" has been held in Szolnok with the participation of the JOINTISZA project members.

European Union approved Council Conclusions on Water Diplomacy

Posted by Kocsis-Kupper Zsuzsanna, Tuesday, 20th November 2018 @ 11:03 am
On 19 November 2019, the Council adopted conclusions on water diplomacy. The Council recalls that water is a prerequisite for human survival and dignity and a fundamental basis for the resilience of both societies and the environment. Water is vital for human nutrition and health, and essential for ecosystem management, agriculture, energy and overall planetary security.