Final updates available
The latest versions of the reports and other project dissemination materials are now available to download in Publications area. All the dissemination and promotional materials produced during the project were distributed at the project events – the digital version of the files is available on this website.
Meetings area is now updated with the latest data available and images from several events.
DANUBE FLOODRISK FINAL EVENT 10th -13th October 2012, Bucharest and Tulcea:
From Harmonization to a Joint Flood Risk Atlas – 3 years of successful Transnational Cooperation -
Host / Organizer: Ministry of Environment and Forests together with the National Administration “Apele Romane” and the National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management
Agenda (4.9 MiB)
PROJECT MEETING BUCHAREST, 5th – 7th SEPTEMBER 2012
A Danube Floodrisk project’s management meeting will be held in Bucharest at National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management (INGHA).
Working group F on Floods – Thematic Workshop Stakeholder involvement in flood risk management, Bucharest, 17-19 April 2012
The specific purpose of the WG F Thematic Workshop on implementation of the Directive 2007/60/EC was to consider and exchange information on the effective and efficient involvement of, and communication with, stakeholders and the public throughout the implementation of the Flood Directive, to promote wider benefits for the local environment, community and biodiversity by:
-Involving stakeholder engagement, including communities
-Delivering a common language / terminology in presenting the flood risk management plans , maps and assessments
-Better presentation of the natural features and processes for stakeholders and communities understanding and compliance of flood risk management
-Identification with the local communities local sustainable solutions which are self maintaining with long term benefits, integrating the general futures determined at the basin level
-Preparation of an adaptable Plan of measures to changes, including climate change will be shared with communities and stakeholders to get a common consensus.
Results of representative research and flood management projects were presented, as well as the preliminary results of the SEE-DANUBE Floodrisk Project, as a flagship of the Danube Strategy implementation.
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