Owner/Publisher: ICPDR – International Commission for the
Protection of the Danube River, Vienna, email@example.com;
Executive Editor: Benedikt Mandl; Editor: Kirstie Shepherd;
Cover photo: Kern/DANUBEPARKS/Donau- Auen National Park;
Print: Druckerei Janetschek, Vienna;
Danube Watch is the official magazine of ICPDR, the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River. Danube Watch enhances regional cooperation and information sharing on sustainable water management and environmental protection in the Danube River Basin. It reports on current issues affecting the Danube Basin, and on action taken to deal with challenges in the river basin. Striving for scientific accuracy while remaining concise, clear and readable, it is produced for the wide range of people who are actively involved in the Danube River Basin and are working for the improvement of its environment.
The ICPDR accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regard to information or opinions of the authors of the articles in this issue.
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- Dear Readers, It is my pleasure to address you, the Danube Watch readership, in an editorial note just over a year since I began to serve the ICPDR as Executive Secretary.
- News & events MONERIS: Nutrient emissions modelled for Odra The International Commission for the Protection of the Odra River Against Pollution (ICPO) has published a
- DANUBEPARKS – bringing Danube-wide cooperation onto the ground Labelled as a ‘flagship project’ by the EU Strategy for the Danube Region and a finalist for the European Riverprize, the Danube
- Global Change Atlas of the Danube Region: sharing research for transboundary solutions For answers to pressing issues regarding the future management of land, water and energy
- Preparing for climate change in the Danube Delta A new strategy to adapt to the effects of climate change will help communities in Romania, Moldova and Ukraine face coming challenges
- Pavel Misiga on the EU dimension in water policy As Danube countries work to meet the goals of the EU Water Framework Directive, cooperation proves to be the key to tackling shared
- UN Watercourses Convention enters into force Following key principles of international law, a new tool to improve transboundary water cooperation world-wide will strengthen cooperation and
- The fight to save Danube sturgeons Although Danube sturgeons represent a natural value and a cultural heritage of the Danube region, threats such as habitat destruction, blocked migration
- The Rise of Hydro-Diplomacy © adelphi A recent report highlights how transboundary river basins improve inter-governmental cooperation. Long seen as a
- Putting ship-borne waste in its place A new treaty on waste management for inland navigation on the Danube aims to create a state-of-the-art and user-friendly solution to protect the river
- Prestigious award for Joint Danube Survey 3 photo essay Photographer André Künzelmann was awarded the ‘Deutscher Preis für Wissenschaftsfotografie’, a prestigious award for science
- Danube Art Master continues to inspire children in the Danube Basin countries For over ten years, the Danube Art Master competition has been bringing together children from different
- Danube Day 2014 The 11th Danube Day was a mammoth celebration of the people and rivers of the Danube Basin. The ICPDR-led event paid tribute to 20 years of international cooperation since the
- Calling all ICPDR stakeholders Get active! The ICPDR is committed to supporting public participation in its decision making. Why is that? Because we
- Danube Watch 3-4/2014 (1.49 MB)