DANUBE FLOODPLAIN Reducing the flood risk through floodplain restoration along the Danube River and tributaries
The main objective of the project is improving transnational water management and flood risk prevention while maximizing benefits for biodiversity conservation. The expected change is improved knowledge, among the countries located within Danube River Basin, related to integrative water management through restoration of floodplains, combination of classical and green infrastructure, natural retention measures, involving all related stakeholders.
The main activities of the project were: updating the floodplain areas inventory and their ranking using the Floodplain Evaluation Matrix-FEM; assessing, by using the pre-selected pilot areas, the efficiency of floodplain projects in the Danube District and developing tools for increasing the knowledge and cooperation of experts, practitioners, decision makers and stakeholders on floodplain restoration.
Start date: 01-06-2018
End date: 30-11-2020
Budget in Euro: Overall: 3.672.655,88
ERDF Contribution: 2.899.428,55
IPA Contribution: 222.328,9
Priority: Environment and culture responsible Danube region
Specific objective: Strengthen transnational water management and flood risk prevention
More information is available via the following website: DTP-DANUBE FLOODPLAIN