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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.
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- Dear readers, Most of you who work with the Danube or live near the river are probably aware of the fact that a river does not only carry water, but also solid particles called sediment
- EU Water Conference 2018 The 5th European Water Conference took place on 20-21 September 2018 in Vienna and was jointly organised by the European Commission's Directorate-General
- The Danube River, east of Vienna, view from Braunsberg; Foto: © Philipp Gmeiner, IWHW-BOKU, Vienna The transport of sediments, such as gravel and sand, is a natural process in river
- International Waters Learning Exchange and Resource Network - IW:Learn The objective of Global Environment Facility International Waters Learning Exchange and Resource Network (GEF-IW
- The (dis)balance of sediments in the Danube River Basin A s a lifeline for both people and nature, the Danube River has to meet a wide range of needs: it provides drinking water, is
- Until recent years, the options available to the public when it came to participating in the management of their own waters was limited at best. National and local governments
- Reaching out to the people of the Danube the ICPDR launches its new social media channels T echnical experts and members of expert groups at the ICPDR are working tirelessly for the
- T he Stakeholders’ Forum is a concept established to ensure transparency in project management and is recognised throughout all the Danube riparian countries. In Serbia it was
- The Joint Danube Survey (JDS) is an ICPDR initiative to help Danube governments implement the Danube River Protection Convention of 1994. It is also designed to help countries meet the
- An innovative project is being undertaken by the City of Vienna to increase the diversity of underwater plants in the Alte Donau (Old Danube), a recreational waterbody in Vienna that was
- Danube Watch – Interview with Walter Binder Walter Binder has devoted his life to enhancing the ecological status of rivers and returning them to their natural states. A landscape
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