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The next pirate attack against waste on the Tisza River

Posted by Viktor Oroszi, Thursday, 2nd August 2018 @ 9:56 am
The next pirate attack against waste on the Tisza River
THE NEXT PIRATE ATTACK AGAINST WASTE - The sixth Plastic Cup is starting on 4th of August. The JOINTISZA project will also launch a boat, having the EU Strategy for the Danube Region PA4 and PA5 colleagues also on board. (Press Release of Plastic Cup)

Invitation - 7th ASEM Sustainable Development Dialogue - REGISTRATION IS OPENED

Posted by Viktor Oroszi, Tuesday, 3rd July 2018 @ 9:48 am
Invitation - 7th ASEM Sustainable Development Dialogue - REGISTRATION IS OPENED
Hungary will host the 7th ASEM Sustainable Development Dialogue on “Sustainable and Integrated Water Management in the 21st century – addressing imminent challenges”, a high-profile event to be held between 11 and 12 September 2018 in Budapest. The aim of the two-day event is to promote the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and targets related to water and sanitation, as well as to achieve progress on the implementation of the Danube-Mekong Cooperation Initiative launched by Hungary in 2012.

EUSDR PA4 and PA5 joint International Danube Day event in Budapest

Posted by Viktor Oroszi, Tuesday, 3rd July 2018 @ 9:02 am
EUSDR PA4 and PA5 joint International Danube Day event in Budapest
Today is a special occasion to call the attention to the assets of the Danube River and risks endanger the beauties of our unique riverine system. On the 29th of June each year, the 14 countries of the Danube Basin jointly celebrate one of Europe's greatest river system. In the margin of the Danube-Day, on 28 June an International Danube Day event on "Challenges of plastic waste in the Danube region and beyond" was organized by EUSDR priority areas on "water quality" and "environmental risks", in Budapest, Hungary.

INTERNATIONAL DANUBE DAY 2018 – Let’s act together! Registration opened

Posted by Éva Fehérvári, Wednesday, 30th May 2018 @ 3:10 pm
INTERNATIONAL DANUBE DAY 2018 – Let’s act together! Registration opens
28 June 2018: a day dedicated to stop plastic floods in the form of an international workshop and round table discussion taking place in Budapest. Signs of pollution are intensely present in the whole Tisza basin. Plastic waste can be observed in the main protected areas of the Danube Delta and has an impact on the Black Sea environment as well, resulting in cross-border complaints from downstream countries. The Danube Day event organized with the support of the JOINTISZA project under the partonage of EUSDR PA4 and PA5 aims to call attention to the mounting problems of plastic waste pollution in line with offering a networking platform in policy and NGO level to find joint solutions for the emerging waste problem. Preliminary registration to the event is open until 20 June 2018 and limited up to 80 participants.

InterFloodCourse Kick-off conference

Posted by Viktor Oroszi, Wednesday, 30th May 2018 @ 11:36 am
InterFloodCourse Kick-off conference
EUSDR PA5 would like to announce the InterFloodCourse project (received a Letter of Recommendation in 2017 from PA5) Kick-off conference to be held in Baja, Hungary, 25-26 June 2018 in frame of the Danube Strategic Project Fund programme.

JOINTISZA project 2nd Ad-Hoc Task Group Meeting and Shared Vision Planning Stakeholder Workshop was held in Szolnok (HUN)

Posted by Éva Fehérvári, Monday, 28th May 2018 @ 2:55 pm
JOINTISZA PROJECT - Ad-Hoc Task Group Meeting, Shared Vision Planning Pilot Methodology and Stakeholder Workshop on 23-24 May
On 23 May the 2nd Ad-Hoc Task Group Meeting took place in Szolnok towards the development of a "Guidance paper on climate change induced specific water quantity issues to overcome challenges". The JOINTISZA project aims to investigate how Tisza countries can overcome problems caused by the climate change. Within the project a pilot activity utilizes the methodology of the so-called Shared Vision Planning developed by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) paying special attention to stakeholder involvement. On 24 May the Shared Vision Planning Pilot Methodology and Stakeholder Workshop on climate change were seeking to address specific water quantity issues with more than 70 experts participating from various countries. Attention was called to that if countries do not stick to the Paris Agreement, there will be an increase in the number and extremity of flood and low flow events with water scarcity problems getting more serious.