Posted by Heilmann Diána, Wednesday, 25th October 2017 @ 10:16 am
A 'Special issue on Flood protection and water management related issues in the
Danube Region to share experiences, best practice and initiations' has been published based on joint cooperation of priority areas of 'water quality' and 'environmental risks'. The publications included in the bulletin are in one hand exploiting the funding opportunities of the EC and giving an overview about the running projects in relation to water management and flood issues. The Bulletin is financed by DTP-PAC1-PA4 and DTP-PAC1-PA5 projects.
Posted by Heilmann Diána, Tuesday, 24th October 2017 @ 10:11 am
With the participation of seven Danube countries, four international organisations, three funding institutions as well as representatives of 'environmental risks' and 'biodiversity and landscapes priority areas (PA5 and PA6) the 14th Steering Group meeting of 'water quality' priority area (PA4) was organised on 16-17 October, in Budapest, Hungary.
Posted by Heilmann Diána, Thursday, 31st August 2017 @ 1:50 pm
On the occasion of the EUSDR Annual Forum the Hungarian PA6 (Biodiversity & Landscapes) Steering Group Members initiated the organization of a side event just one day before the main event (in the afternoon on 17 October 2017), hosted by the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture. The seminar will be realized in cooperation with EUSDR PA4 (water quality) and PA5 (environmental risks) priority areas.
Posted by Andrea Vranovska, Thursday, 20th July 2017 @ 10:52 am
The main objective of DriDanube project is to increase the capacity of the Danube region to manage drought related risks. The project aims at helping all stakeholders involved in drought management become more efficient during drought emergency response and prepare better for the next drought.
Posted by Heilmann Diána, Tuesday, 11th July 2017 @ 8:39 am
The Tisza River is the longest tributary of the Danube and the largest sub-basin of the Danube Basin. Five countries are sharing its beauties and facing its environmental challenges. The JOINTISZA project organised a series of project management meetings and trainings to coincide with the international Danube Day (29 June) to call the attention to this unique tributary - to celebrate its assets and discuss about future tasks.
Posted by Heilmann Diána, Friday, 7th July 2017 @ 5:14 pm
In the frame of the Hungarian Presidency of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) the Priority area 4 (water quality) and 5 (Environmental risk) hold a Side Event on “Flood protection and water management related issues in the Danube Region to share experiences, best practice and new initiations” under the patronage of the XXXV. Annual Conference of the Hungarian Hydrological Society.