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Mitigating Vulnerability of Water Resources under Climate Change PDF Print E-mail
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Common Programe of 17 partners from 10 SEE Region countries aimed to mitigating vulnerability of water resources under climate change

 

CC-WARE Basic facts and figures about the Project

DSCF4927 Project title: Mitigating Vulnerability of Water  Resources under Climate Change/
Project acronym: CC-WARE
Project code: SEE/D-0143/2.1/X
Priority: Protection and improvement of environment
Area of intervention: Improvement of integrated water management and flood risk prevention
Project partners: 17 partners form South East Europe programme area
Involved countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia
Project duration: 14.12.2012 - 30.11.2014.

 

Jaroslav Cerni Institute for the Development of Water Resources, in cooperation with sixteen partner organizations from ten Southeast European countries, participates in the project "Mitigating Vulnerability of Water Resources under Climate Change” within The South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, which aims to mitigate the impact of climate change on water resources.
Water resources are under increasing pressure originating from land use and climate change. Accompanied with economic changes in the SEE region, the land use pattern is expected to change, too. Both processes will have severe imapacts on water resourcse in general and drinking water resources in particular.
In order to meet these challenges CC-WARE is focusing on the adaptation to climate change by developing a common position paper for vulnerability reduction leveraging the potentials of ecosystem services, land use change, improved water use efficiency and economic incentives for water management to decrease the vulnerability of water resources. Especially, forests, wetlands and grasslands are important ecosystems, which together with their management emerged as important means for a sustainable future drinking water supply.
Building on the detailed analysis of the water vulnerability regarding quantity as well as quality and the assessment of drinking water availability under changing climate and socio-economic condition in the considerably differing project areas as well as benefitting from the comprehensive dialogue of experts from the fields of land use and water resource management, the partners participating in the CC-WARE project are developing efficient management options tailored to the meet the specific requirements of the water sector. The envisaged development of national action plans specifying the necessary interventions in time and space will in future facilitate the challenging task of local and regional decision makers.
The local and regional application of the knowledge, solutions and recommendations generated by the partners of the CC-WARE project will contribute to the sustainable development of the South-Eastern European Region. Тhe present and future vulnerability will be assessed based on a jointly elaborated methodology. Through consultations, workshops and publications, gained knowledge will be transferred to relevant policy makers and stakeholders.

Project partners:

Lead partner: Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna, Austria (BMLFUW)
ERDF PP1: Municipality of the City of Vienna , MA 31 Vienna Waterworks, Vienna, Austria (MA31)
ERDF PP 2: Municipality of Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Waidhofen and der Ybbs, Austria (MWY)
ERDF PP3: University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia (UL)
ERDF PP4: Public Water Utility Company, Ljubljana, Slovenia (JO VO-KA)
ERDF PP5: Central Directorate for Water and Environment, Budapest, Hungary (VKKI)
ERDF PP6: National Forest Administration - ROMSILVA, Bucharest, Romania (ROMSILVA)
ERDF PP7: National Meteorological Administration, Bucharest, Romania (NMA)
ERDF PP8: Executive Forest Agency, Sofia, Bulgaria (EFA)
ERDF PP9: Thessaloniki Water Supply and sewerage Co SA, Thessaloniki, Greece (EYATH SA)
ERDF PP10: Decentralised Administration of Macedonia and Thrace, Water Directorate of Central Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece (DAMT)
ERDF PP11: Regional Agency for Environmental Protection in the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna, Italy (ARPA ER)
IPA-I PP1: Jaroslav Cerni Institute for the Development of Water Resources, Belgrade, Serbia (IJC)
EU ASP1: National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management, Bucharest, Romania (NIHWM)
EU ASP2: Ministry of the Environemnt and Spatial Planning, Slovenian Environemnt Agency, Ljubljana, Slovenia (SEA)
10% PP1: Hydro Engineering Institute Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (HEIS)
10% PP2: Croatian Geological Survey, Zagreb, Croatia (HGI-CGS)

 

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