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- Dear readers, I first came in contact with the ICPDR a few years ago, when I was brought in as a nervous outsider to moderate a conference of high caliber insiders from across the Danube
- 2021’s Public Consultation Process comes to a close After a busy year of activities, the ICPDR brings to a close its 2021 Public Consultation Process and ceases receiving comments
- WePass: Explained Sturgeons have been around for more than 200 million years, and the Danube River Basin has represented a key part of the habitat for these migratory fish. Sturgeons
- Last of the Dinosaurs? The ICPDR’s Ivan Zavadsky in Profile After more than three decades with the commission, the ICPDR’s longest-serving Executive Secretary, Ivan
- The ICPDR Celebrates 3 Years on Social Media November 2021 marked three years since the ICPDR launched its presence on social media. Since its inception, the technical experts and members
- Agriculture: The Future of Danube Farming A Basin Built for Agriculture Agriculture is an important component of the economy in many Danube countries since the geographical and
- The Danube Declaration: Every six years, the ICPDR holds a Ministerial Meeting to adopt its two management plans. One of the main features of these meetings is that a new and updated
- Expect the unexpected: Flood Risk Management in the Danube River Basin and Beyond Floods are natural phenomena. They shape natural landscapes, create habitats and support
- Fast Fashion, Dying Rivers?: A film screening from the ICPDR & UNIS Ciné-ONU is a film event series by the United Nations, that screens movies tackling UN-related issues
- A hidden corner of the Danube Amid the great many wonders this country has to offer, still few know that Albania is one of the 19 countries that share the most international river
- Danube Day 2021: Disover Danube! The ICPDR would like to thank everyone involved in Danube Day 2021. Read about events and organisers at www.danubeday.org. On the 29th June each
Danube Watch 2/2021 (6.03 MB) WE PASS: EXPLAINED The first phase of a new future for the Danube’s sturgeons THE DANUBE DECLARATION Past, Present, Future – Renewing Danubian aims every six years FLOODS & THE DANUBE Our expert explains how the issue of flooding is changing