River Basin Adaptation Conference was held on between 7th and 8th March 2017 placed in Nova Gorica. This was the final conference of the project BeWater with full title “Making society an active participant in water adaptation to global change.”
The Institute for Water designs practical water management solutions for public institutions
These solutions are based on studies and allow long-term good water status.
On World water day, 22nd March 2017, we present the Interreg Alpine space HyMoCARES project – Alpine rivers are working for us.
The exhibition is on display between February 6th and February 28th 2017 at the Youth centre and hostel Ajdovščina.
Water borders do not exist. The Institute for Water collaborates and shares knowledge in
numerous cross-border projects.
We frequently cooperate with institutions from other European countries.
In January 2017, the international DanubeSediment project was launched. Goal of the project is to improve the sediment management in the Danube River and its tributaries. IzVRS will collaborate with other institutions in preparation of issues within work packages W2, W3, W4, W5 and W6, but will be mainly focus...
HyMoCARES: Hydromorphological assessment and management at the basin scale for the Conservation of Alpine Rivers and related Ecosystem Services
Starting in 2017, HYMOCARES – Hydromorphological assessment and management at basin scale for the Conservation of Alpine Rivers and related Ecosystem Services, is being carried out with a purpose to enhance the hydromorphological state of the rivers in the Alpine area.
SPARE lasts from December 2015 to December 2018 and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
The Institute for Water provides a wide variety of efficient water management solutions
for institutions and the economy.
Climate change has different impact on individual regions and that is reason why we have to adapt to the climate changes on regional levels.
The project “Adriatic+: sharing marine and coastal cross management experiences in the Adriatic basin”, funded under the IPA Adriatic CBC Programme 2007-2013 – Targeted call on EUSAIR, refers to Priority: 2 - Natural and Cultural Resources and Risk Prevention – Measure 2.1 Protection and enhancement of the marine and coastal...
The adoption of the Natura 2000 Management Programme for the 2014–2020 financial period by the Slovenian government was the objective of the project. The programme was prepared under the project funded with the contribution of LIFE+ (a funding mechanism of the European Community). The project partners were the Institute for...