The #EUSDR PriorityArea2ENERGY aims at exploiting the full potential of an integrated energy market, also by increasing the energy efficiency of the region and enhancing the use of renewable energy sources.
Gender gap in the #DanubeRegion countries is visible both in self-employment and at all stages of the entrepreneurial life cycle. And yet, the Danube Region enjoys a large pool of young women
#EUSDR #danubesediment Why is sediment so important for a river? This video explains the causes for and impacts of a changed sediment balance for humans and nature along the Danube.
Being one of the main transport corridors of Europe, the Danube is exposed to a significant security threat, which is a challenge for the law enforcement bodies in both Schengen and non-Schengen
All EU and non-EU countries face the challenge of social inclusion of vulnerable groups. A #EUSDR-related project found a possible solution: by bringing all groups together (authorities, vulnerable and marginalized
Over the last years, water scarcity and drought have become a serious problem in the Danube Region. These have significant impacts on agriculture, hydrology, livestock, water-based power plants, transportation, fires,
INTERACT has published a report on the added value of macro-regional strategies from the perspective of projects and programmes. The report looks at what’s in it for them and
Cooperation on the Danube is continuous at a number of levels, with data collection and information exchange, the establishment of early warning systems, monitoring of water quality and a uniform
Discussion paper by Tobias Chilla & Franziska Sielker, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg This year marks the 5th anniversary of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) endorsed in 2011 by the
Bericht „Governance im Bodenseeraum und anderen Grenzregionen“ von Thomas Radke, Internationale Bodensee Konferenz IBK In diesem Bericht werden grundsätzliche Definitionen, Studien und Empfehlungen zur Governance von grenzüberschreitenden Regionen vorgestellt und