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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, In this International Year on Water Cooperation, the joint efforts of the Danube countries to manage their water sustainably can be seen as part of a global endeavour.
- News & events Danubius: new photo book on the Danube In a new photography book, Italian Marco Bulgarelli explores the river as a way to trace European identity. A journey of 2778
- A sustainable world is a water-secure world: the Budapest Water Summit While the current Millennium Development Goals address certain aspects of water – namely access to
- Danube Art Master at Budapest Water Summit Croatian students Lora Petak and Vinko Kovačić, of Primary School J. Kozarca in Semeljci, won the title ‘
- Working together for water: transboundary adaptation to climate change Danube countries are showing others how to develop strategies to address climate change at the transboundary
- First European Riverprize 2013: success on the Rhine Once known as the dirtiest river in Europe, the Rhine has cleaned up its waters and its reputation to serve as a model for
- Global links for regional cooperation European Union strategies for macro-regions like the Danube balance sustainable development with environmental protection by strengthening
- Putting a value on ecosystems Water managers from around the world are looking at tools like economic valuation to translate scientific findings into public policy development
- Returning to the Danube waters The ICPDR’s new Executive Secretary brings a long association with the Danube countries and a strong background in environmental programmes to the
- Credit to the crew: the third Joint Danube Survey successfully completed A good team was the most important requirement to meet the goals of the ambitious Danube monitoring programme
- A hydropower balancing act The new Guiding Principles on Hydropower offer a holistic approach to hydropower development plans, increasing energy production while allowing
- Danube Day 2013 The tenth Danube Day celebrated solidarity, diversity and positive change, providing a platform for action to revitalise rivers and communities. Tens of thousands of
- ICPDR MEETINGS For final dates, please consult the ICPDR calendar, available at www.icpdr.org/calendar. 29-29/1/2014 Budapest/Szentendre
- Danube Watch 3/2013 (1.52 MB)