CAMARO-D Cooperating towards Advanced MAnagement ROutines for land use impacts on the water regime in the Danube river basin

CAMARO-D (Cooperating towards Advanced MAnagement Routines for land use impacts on the water regime in the Danube river basin) aims at developing comprehensive recommendations towards a strategic policy for the implementation of an innovative transnational catchment-based “Land Use Development Plan” for the Danube River Basin. It will also provide important inputs for the further development of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) and other relevant EU-policies. Its main goals are:

  • Setting the frame for a harmonized transnational land use management system, taking into account the demands of water resources protection and flood prevention.
  • Harmonizing and improving the protection of water resources against negative impacts of land use and climate change as well as reduction of flood risk.
  • Bringing life to the project outcomes by developing a transnational “Land use Development Plan” as a driving force for a transnational land use management

An inverview with the representative of the Lead Partner, Mr. Hubert Siegel, was generated by Interreg Reporters - Interreg volunteer Youth and can be seen here.

June 2018:

The project mid-term-conference was organized jointly with the CENTRAL EUROPE project PROLINE-CE. More than 100 participants got together in the city-centre of Ljubljana, Slovenia, to learn more about both projects.

Proceedings midterm-conference

Also for the final conference, a similar procedure is planned. It will take place in June 2019 in Vienna.

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Cooperating towards Advanced MAnagement ROutines for land use impacts on the water regime in the Danube river basin
Start date
End date
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2588138,36
ERDF Contribution: 2027792,59
IPA Contribution: 172125
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Environment and culture responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Strengthen transnational water management and flood risk prevention

Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management Lead partner Austria
Agricultural Research and Education Center Raumberg-Gumpenstein ERDF partner Austria
Municipality of the City of Vienna Department 31 – Vienna Water ERDF partner Austria
University of Ljubljana ERDF partner Slovenia
Public Water Utility JP VODOVOD-KANALIZACIJA Ljubljana ERDF partner Slovenia
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Project News

  • CAMARO-D - Training sessions in selected pilot areas coming up soon
    - 10-10-2018

    The conclusion of the pilot activities in CAMARO-D project is in sight: in order to sum up the lessons learnt and share know-how about measures and practices gained during the project-work so far, 3 cluster specific training sessions will be held...

  • CAMARO-D - Transnational partner-meeting 03 in Zagreb, Oct 16th - 18th, 2018
    - 04-10-2018
    Transnational partner-meeting 03 in Zagreb, Oct 16th - 18th, 2018

    The third transnational partner-meeting will take place in Zagreb, Croatia, between October 16th and 18th, 2018, hosted by the Croatian Geological Survey. On the first day, mainly the third thematic pilot cluster coordination meeting will be...

  • CAMARO-D - Letter of Merit - EUSDR PA5
    - 22-08-2018
    Letter of Merit - EUSDR PA5

    During their last Steering Group Meeting in Bucharest the participating countries made a positive decision regarding the request of CAMARO-D project  and issue a Letter of Merit within PA5. CAMARO-D is now listed among the PA5 related...

  • CAMARO-D - CAMARO-D project video
    - 21-06-2018

        CAMARO-D project video   Vienna Water, PP2 in CAMARO-D, had a film...

  • CAMARO-D - Project mid term conference June 12th to 13th, 2018, Ljubljana
    - 04-04-2018

    The mid-term conference of the CAMARO-D project took place in Ljubljana city centre, jointly organized with the INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE project “PROLINE-CE”: the programme started with a welcome reception on June 12th, at 7 p.m in Cekin manor,...

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