Press Release – Ministerial Meeting 2022 (110.59 KB)ICPDR Contracting Parties Renew Their Commitment Towards Cleaner, Healthier and Safer Waters in the Danube River Basin
4th ICPDR Ministerial Meeting 2022 - ICPDR Contracting Parties renew their commitment towards cleaner, healthier and safer waters in the Danube River Basin
VIENNA, 8 February, International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (Press Release) – Two updated Management Plans for the Danube River Basin have been endorsed in the ICPDR’s first online Danube Ministerial Meeting today.
Romania takes over ICPDR Presidency from Montenegro for 2022
(Press Release) VIENNA, 26 January (International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River) – Romania is taking over the 2022 Presidency of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR). Incoming President Róbert–Eugen Szép set out some goals for his forthcoming term at an online event, describing Romania’s plans for the all-important Danube Ministerial Meeting 2022.
World Bank Announces Workshop for Danube Water Program
The ICPDR is happy to continue our workshop series jointly organised with the World Bank's Danube Water Program, with a forthcoming event discussing sustainable financing of wastewater management with experts from and beyond the Danube River Basin to be held on 3rd February 2022.
2021 Updates to Danube River Basin & Flood Risk Management Plans Published
Vienna, 21 December 2021. Prioritising water management issues for the Danube River Basin until 2027, the ICPDR has adopted the Danube River Basin Management Plan (DRBMP) Update 2021 together with the Danube Flood Risk Management Plan (DFRMP) Update 2021.
ICPDR Publishes Guidance Document and Policy Paper on Sustainable Agriculture
The ICPDR has published a Guidance Document on Sustainable Agriculture, along with a Policy Paper.
Practical Tools and Policy Recommendations to Improve the Safety of Tailings Management Facilities in the Danube River Basin
Improving the safety of Tailings Management Facilities (TMFs) throughout the Danube River Basin is a key issue for the ICPDR, and we've now published a paper of policy recommendations.
ICPDR Publishes a Recommendation Paper on Wastewater Management
The ICPDR has developed a recommendation paper on wastewater management, communicating the challenges, needs and potential solutions to wastewater management in the Danube River Basin.
(Press Release) ICPDR Public Consultation Workshop: “Our Opinion – Our Danube” a resounding success
Vienna, 30th June 2021 - Around 130 experts, stakeholders and members of the public were able to #HaveTheirSay about the 2021 updates of the Danube River Basin and Flood Risk Management Plans in the workshop "Our Opinion – Our Danube" which has just taken place.
The workshop is a key event for the update by the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) to its management plans and gives Danubian citizens a unique opportunity to contribute to the six-year plans.
(Press Release) Danube Day 2021: “Discover Danube!”
VIENNA, 29 June – For Danube Day 2021 once again we are inviting more than eighty million people in the 14 Danube countries to celebrate the day, learn about the waters, experience the river, and #DiscoverDanube. Events will be held partially online this year with only a small number of outdoor events taking place.