During the GWP CEE Regional Council Meeting, held on 21 October 2020, prof. Tjaša Griessler Bulc was appointed as the new Chair of GWP CEE.
The 2021 European River Symposium focused on building connections between institutions, organizations and companies with an interest in rivers and whose activities affect the health and quality of river water and ecosystems.
GWP CEE, together with external consultants, created a recovery position paper as a response to the current pandemic, and its influence on water sector in the CEE region.
On 23rd of March, just after the World Water Day, GWP CEE was invited to organize a Communication for Development session at the World Youth Parliament for Water General Assembly event.
CEENERGYNEWS spoke with Konstantin Ivanov, Regional Coordinator at the Global Water Partnerships Central and Eastern Europe about the importance of investing in water that supports sustainable development, boost the economy and create new jobs and opportunities.
Danube River Basin stakeholders will convened at the ICPDR's most important Stakeholder Workshop of the year.
The Danube Floodplain project organized a "Floodplain under pressure" webinar to bring your attention to this incredibly important and unique ecosystem.
100% free and accessible to everyone, a new Danube Floodplain Online Course teaches about aspects of floodplain management, shows examples of floodplain restoration measures, and explains how to apply tools and knowledge developed by the project itself.
On 16 of June, GWP Slovenia organised a webinar on inclusive decision-making in water management.
The event hosted over 40 participants and a lively discussion on various floodplain-related topics.
On 11 July 2021, voters overwhelmingly rejected changes to the country’s water management law.
The World Bank and Global Water Partnership CEE organized an online workshop on 20-21 September 2021 to tackle water scarcity and droughts which are amongst the most tangible and devastating consequences of the climate crisis.
The second Danube Floodplain Webinar will focus on examples of successful nature-based solutions, connecting different projects, and understanding design and implementation.
30 September 2021 marked the day of the release of the new Danube Floodplain Online Course.
The Open Rivers Programme was launched to support dam removal projects and restore thousands of km of rivers across Europe…
The 2nd Danube Floodplain (Online) Webinar was successfully held on 7 October 2021 with over 50 participants who actively engaged with questions and comments to the discussion.
On 15-19 November 2021, the winter school provided a multi-layered program that aims to bridge theoretical knowledge, practical issues and links to policies in Floodplain Management.
Bucharest, 4 November 2021 - The Danube Floodplain project which was launched to examine how to reduce flood risk with the restoration of floodplains in the Danube River Basin came to an end this November. The project partners presented the results of the project at a closing conference which was held online on 3-4 November 2021.
The third Danube Floodplain webinar enlightened the audience with information about Danube Floodplain GIS.
Danube Floodplain Winter Online School was successfully held between 15 and 19 November. The multi-layered programme covered the topics of the scientific methods developed in the Interreg Danube Floodplain project, and the working practices in water and flood management.
One of the primary strategic goals of GWP is to engage youth in any way possible. The point is to give them a fighting chance for a water secure future. This year, we tried something new.
GWP CEE joined a consortium of likeminded organizations to build Erasmus+ Youth for Water and Climate program.