The goal of the project DONAUHANSE is to establish a network of cities, which provides sound solutions to similar problems with the greatest possible benefit for all participating cities and regions along the Danube.

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06.06.2013 | EU Strategy for the Danube Region

EUSDR: Strengthened Cooperation of the Danube Region

The EU Strategy for the Danube Region is a macro-regional Strategy, which was adopted in 2011. The Strategy seeks to create synergies and coordination between existing structures, policies, and activities, and to take better...more

06.06.2013 | Mobility

EU wants ships to report their CO2 emissions

The European Commission wants ships sailing in European Union waters to monitor, report and verify their CO2 emissions, reports the weekly news magazine “EuropeanVoice.com”. The article cites a Commission draft proposal, which...more

06.06.2013 | Donauhanse

Next CUPA workshop in Zagreb: July 3-5, 2013

The 6th workshop for the project partners of the Co-operative Urban Planning Approaches (CUPA) will be held in Zagreb, July 3-5, 2013. The organising committee, which consists of Volkmar Pamer of the Municipal Department of...more

06.06.2013 | Urban development

Innovation Cities Index: Vienna is Europe’s most innovative city

The Australian innovation agency 2thinknow compares 445 cities worldwide each year in regard to their innovation potential. This "Innovation Cities Global Index" ranks Vienna in third place, just behind Boston and New...more

06.06.2013 | EU Strategy for the Danube Region

EU-Danube Strategy: Six New Scientific Clusters to Support Development of the Region

During a high-level meeting in Bratislava on May 16, 2013, the European Commission, in co-operation with scientists and policy makers from the 14 Danube Region countries, has launched six scientific clusters to further the...more

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