Air, water and soil pollution has become a major problem in food production in recent years, caused mainly by the excessive use of fertilizers, heavy machinery and pesticides. Promoting innovation in agrifood sector in...Read more
The “Danube Delta” National Institute for Research and Development Tulcea, Romania is pleased to invite you to the Transnational event with the topic “The transferring of European Velo experience in Romania”, an event organized within the project “Fostering enhanced ecotourism planning along the Eurovelo cycle route network in the Danube region” [EcoVeloTour], held on June the 29th 2021, at...Read more
Floodplains are among the most diverse and productive ecosystems on Earth. They play an essential role in the self-purification of the river and the groundwater recharge. Floodplains are natural habitat for many endangered species. They contribute to flood risk reduction by slowing flood discharges and storing water. Floodplains are under extreme pressure. More than 80 per cent have been lost...Read more
Project partners decided to apply for the extension of the implementation period of the Danube S3 Cluster project by another 6 months and the application was approved by the Managing Authority of the Danube Transnational Programme.
As a result, in this period, we will analyze the impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the agri-food sector. The analysis will be based on both field and field...
One output of the project of Danube's Achaeological eLandscapes is to connect the museums with landscapes of the Iron Age Danube Route. It is a great success that the responsible persons of the Iron Age Danube Route have succeeded in receiving the “Cultural Route of the Council of Europe”certification award.
The certification “Cultural Route of the Council of Europe” is a quality label,...
Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)