The project aims to achieve a durable and effective transnational control and reduction of HS water pollution. It contributes to the DTP objective of strengthening joint and integrated approaches to preserve and manage the diversity of natural assets in the Danube region and to the targets of Priority Area 4 of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region.
Danube Hazard m3c builds on the three elements of water governance (measuring, modelling and management) complemented by capacity building. Specifically, the project aims to improve the knowledge and understanding of the status quo of HS water pollution in the DRB, by integrating and harmonizing available existing data of HS concentration levels and by modelling emissions at catchment scale in pilot regions. Though not being the main focus of the project, targeted measurement campaigns must be carried out to fill critical gaps needed to provide a robust basis for modelling and management. A further goal is to enhance the transnational management of HS water pollution, through: i) coordinated prioritization of transnational measures with consideration of territorial needs, pursued through basin-wide emission modelling, assessment of management scenarios and elaboration of recommendations for the DRBMP and ii) tailor-made training activities.
- Start date
- End date
- Budget in Euro
- Overall: 2597483.94
- ERDF Contribution: 2114973.33
- IPA Contribution: 33094.32
- ENI Contribution: 59793.67
- Call number
- Call 3
- Environment and culture responsible Danube region
- Specific objective
- Strengthen transnational water management and flood risk prevention
|TU Wien||Lead email@example.com||Austria|
|National Administration „Romanian Waters”||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Romania|
|Environment Agency Austria||ERDF partner||Oliver.Gabriel@umweltbundesamt.at||Austria|
|International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River||ERDF email@example.com||Austria|
|Budapest University of Technology and Economics||ERDF firstname.lastname@example.org||Hungary|
The 3rd Danube Hazard m3c newsletter presenting the project progress achieved in the period between July and December 2021 is available here.
Within the frame of the Erasmus+ student exchange program, Katarina Marković, a PhD student at the Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School, and co-worker of the Department of Environmental Sciences at the Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI),...
After more than one year into the project the partners of the Danube Hazard m3c project did finally meet in person! On 23rd and 24th of September the third Project Partner Meeting took place in Podersdorf, in the vicinity of the Lake Neusiedl....
The 2nd Danube Hazard m3c newsletter presenting the project progress achieved in the period between January and June 2021 is available here.
Project promotional materials are now available. Project leaflets, in English and in Project Partners´ national languages can be downloaded...