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- Dear readers, The global community has agreed on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework for tackling the unprecedented challenges that we are facing today, including our
- 8th World Water Forum in Brazil: the ICPDR contributes to a number of stimulating forum discussions on the theme: “Sharing Water” Tuesday 20 and
- ICPDR convenes workshop to tackle transboundary climate change issues Bucharest played host to the first International ICPDR Workshop on Wastewater Management in the Danube River Basin
- Sustaining the Danube Across Climate Frontiers About a year ago while traveling in Asia, we met with a deputy energy minister to talk about water and climate adaptation issues.
- Presidency 2018: Germany – Adaptation, implementation and integration Germany has taken over the ICPDR Presidency for 2018 and taken up the challenge of strengthening the ICPDR
- Danube Watch 1/2018 - The ICPDR’S Climate Change Adaptation Strategy It was at the Danube Ministerial Conference in 2010 that ministers concluded that the impacts of climate
- Saving the Danube Sturgeon: the ICPDR Sturgeon Strategy Sturgeons are a unique species of fish whose origins can be traced back over 200 million years. Having undergone considerably
- DAREnet Danube River Region Resilience Exchange network A practitioner network to strengthen flood resilience in the Danube region The Danube River Region Resilience Exchange network
- The strategic relevance of the DriDanube project in the Danube region The DriDanube project – Drought Risk in the Danube Region – is the first drought-related project to
- Ice management Freezing weather conditions in the winter months have been a fact of life on the Danube since time immemorial, but the months of January and February 2017 saw many
- Adapting to the challenges of climate change: a voice to be heard Dr Roswitha Stolz has dedicated her academic career at the Department of Geography (Chair of Geography and Remote
Danube Watch 1/2018 (4.38 MB) The Challenge of Water resilience, ICPDR Presidency 2018, Ice Management