Water for Life
Slovenia is a water-abundant country. With more than 26,000 kilometres of rivers and torrents it boasts a very dense hydrographic network. There is on average 1.3 kilometres of surface watercourses for each square kilometre of the Slovenian territory. It has approximately 1300 natural and artificial lakes, acces to the sea, springs, waterfalls, and extensive areas of groundwater. Water is one of the biggest Slovenian natural resources and it should be treated with due care.
Water is of environmental, economic, social and cultural significance. Water planning is a modern, socially beneficial and environmentally sound activity. All development initiatives and activities related to water must be treated equitably and comprehensively.
- IzVRS organized AIM project meeting in Munich, Germany (8/7/2014)
- DeFishGear workshop: a stepping stone towards harmonized marine litter monitoring in the Adriatic Sea (8/4/2014)
- Zaključno srečanje projekta KUČNICA/ KUTSCHENIZA (7/21/2014)
- (Slovenščina) STROKOVNA EKSKURZIJA OGLED OBNOVE REKE MILZ V NEMČIJI (7/9/2014)
- Prvo sodelovanje Inštituta za vode RS z deležniki v okviru delavnice evropskega projekta BeWater v Ajdovščini (6/26/2014)
- (Slovenščina) Priprava BeWater projektnih partnerjev na prvo sodelovanje z deležniki (6/4/2014)
- DeFishGear Conference consolidates Mediterranean Basin in the collective fight against marine litter (5/29/2014)
- IPA Strategic Project BALMAS (5/27/2014)
- (Slovenščina) Povzetek projekta Cornet AOP4WATER (4/3/2014)
- Panel discussion with key stakeholders of project AIM: How to improve consistency of activities to reach adequate water quality and use of water for energy purposes? (3/27/2014)