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- Dear readers, Agriculture and water play a crucial role in both Agenda 2030 and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are particularly important for Sustainable Agriculture
- Danube Art Master Competition 2019: Winners Announced Vienna, 8th October 2019 - In a vintage year for young creativity in the Danube River Basin, the judges of the Danube Art Master
- A griculture is an important component of the economy in many Danube countries. This is due to the fact that large parts of the Danube River Basin contain conditions favourable to
- Water and Agriculture Workshop - Budapest, 6th -7th November 2019 O n the 6th and 7th of November this year, the ICPDR jointly organised and held a conference in Budapest on water
- A griculture is an important component of the economy in many Danube countries since the geographic and climate conditions in large parts of the Danube River basin (DRB) are favourable for
- The Tour International Danubien & the ICPDR T he Tour International Danubien (TID) is a canoe and rowing exploration excursion and is organised on a not-for-profit basis by the
- Reducing nutrient and pesticide pollution from agriculture in the Danube River Basin (DRB) has been an important objective of the ICPDR for many years in support of implementation of the
- The Nexus Approach: Guiding Sustainable Policy and Motivating Transboundary Cooperation by Understanding How it is All Connected L and, energy, water and their supported ecosystems
- T his year marks the preparation of the ICPDR's third SWMI report: a report on the significant management issues relating to water for the future. The 2019 SWMI Report lays out key
- Talking with Two ICPDR Dinosaurs Two influential personalities reflect on the beginnings of the ICPDR. They were there then, back in the early nineties, working to put it all in place,
- With the adoption of the EU Plastics Strategy in 2018, the subject of plastics and their presence in various environmental media has once again become the focus of public attention. The
- M ining is one of the most traditional industrial sectors in the world, providing valuable ores and minerals for further processing; it also represents a significant waste stream that is
- G roundwater is recognised worldwide as an important resource for water supply and it has been used extensively for irrigation in many regions. Groundwater also plays a vital role during dry
- At our 22nd Ordinary Meeting in Vienna, attendees celebrated the 25th birthday of the ICPDR by enjoying some cake! Inspired by this, and not wanting to leave anyone out, we here at Danube
Danube Watch 3/2019 (10.32 MB) WATER AND AGRICULTURE WORKSHOP: Exchanging Ideas to Shape Future Sustainability AKIS: Networks of Knowledge and Innovation DINOSAURS OF THE DANUBE: First-hand Insight into the Beginnings of the ICPDR