Tomorrow, the ICPDR is going to be hosting a one-and-a-half day (online) stakeholder workshop, where the public of the Danube, along with stakeholders and other representatives are warmly invited to contribute their input towards the ICPDR’s two most important management plans until 2027: the Danube River Basin Management Plan & Danube Flood Risk Management Plan Updates 2021.
The workshop is going to be taking place via Zoom, with a full programme spread across two days, including keynote speeches, introductions to the plans, and a Danube Café workshop session to gain input from stakeholders.
Download some background information below, on the five Thematic Areas, giving you an outline of the sorts of topics and management areas that will be under discussion at this fascinating and vital event!
Tuesday 29th June, 9:00am – 15:00pm
09:00 – 10:15 Session 1: Introduction to the Draft Plan Updates
10:25 – 15:50 Session 2: Stakeholder Input Session, including Danube Café
15:00 Closing words
Wednesday 30th June, 9:00am – 12:00pm
09:00 – 11:10 Session 4: Danube Café Result
11:30 – 12:00 Session 5: We Discussed Danube
12:00 End of the Workshop
This action has received funding from the LIFE programme.
The LIFE programme is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action created in 1992. As members of the LIFE family of the European Commission – and under LIFE's 2019 preparatory programme – the ICPDR is able to develop and disseminate the DRBMP & DFRMP Updates 2021.
Background Notes: Thematic Area 1 (171.35 KB) Thematic Area 1: Organic, Nutrient and Hazardous Substances Pollution of Surface and Groundwater
Background Notes: Thematic Area 2 (192.29 KB) Thematic Area 2 - Hydromorphological Alterations & Integration Issues (Flood Risk Management, Hydropower, Nature Protection, Navigation, Agriculture)
Background Notes: Thematic Area 3 (216.14 KB) Thematic Area 3: Objectives and measures of Flood Risk Management Plans
Background Notes: Thematic Area 4 (210.46 KB) Thematic Area 4: Support to implement both plans, Financing of the measures
Background Notes: Thematic Area 5 (216.14 KB) Thematic Area 5: Communication and Public Participation