Project Description

CAMARO-D

Предмет и циљ пројекта

Пројекат CAMARO-D (Утицај начина коришћења земљишта на водни режим у сливу Дунава и добра пракса управљања земљиштем) има за циљ развијање свеобухватних препорука за имплементацију иновативног транснационалног „Развојног плана коришћења земљишта“ за дунавски слив. Рад на пројекту ће обезбедити важне улазне податке за даљи развој ЕУ Стратегије за дунавски регион (ЕУСДР) и других релевантних ЕУ политика.

Главни циљеви пројекта су:

  • Постављање оквира за усаглашен транснационални систем управљања коришћењем земљишта, узимајући у обзир захтеве заштите водних ресурса и заштите од поплава.
  • Усклађивање и унапређење заштите водних ресурса од негативних утицаја различитог коришћења земљишта и климатских промена, као и смањење ризика од поплава.
  • Обезбедити одрживост резултата пројекта имплементацијом „Развојног плана коришћења земљишта“ који ће служити као подстицај за даљи развој транснационланог управљања земљиштем.

Наручилац

Дунавски транснационални програм

Делатност

Област

Резултати пројекта

CAMARO-D основни подаци о пројекту

Назив пројекта: Утицај начина коришћења земљишта на водни режим у сливу Дунава и добра пракса управљања земљиштем

Акроним пројекта: CAMARO-D

Шифра пројекта: DTP1-1-096-2.1

Приоритет: 2. Еколошки и културно одговорно деловање унутар Дунавског региона

Специфични циљ: 2.1: Јачање транснационалног управљања водама и превенција ризика од поплава

Трајање пројекта: 01.01.2017 – 30.06.2019

Патрнери: 14 партнера и 9 стратешких партнера из 9 земаља (Аустрија, Бугарска, Мађарска, Немачка, Румунија, Словенија, Србија, Хрватска, Чешка)

Укупан буџет: € 2,588.138 (ЕРДФ, ИПА фондови)

За више информација о пројекту, посетите http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/camaro-d

Руководиоци пројекта

Првослав Марјановић

Драгана Пејовић

Година почетка посла

2017

Година завршетка посла

2019

Извод из пројекта

Преузимање

GOALS AND SOLUTIONS

Actual Danube basin-wide challenges – like erosion, floods, soil compaction, surface water run-off, water pollution, invasive plant species and further risks boosted by climate change – ask for a coordinated transnational cross-sector approach towards an optimal land use management respectively vegetation cover within relevant river catchment areas. The main objectives are the sustainable protection of water resources and enhanced flood risk prevention for safeguarding urbanised areas through sustainable land use practices fostering the improvement of infiltration and water storage, as well as mitigation of erosion and floods.

CAMARO-D develops a transnational catchment-based „Land Use Development Plan” (LUDP) for an adequate coordination and harmonization of different function-oriented sustainable land use management activities. This new planning instrument provides the initial action to set framework conditions for transnational catchment-based cooperation and should therefore be integrated in existing River Basin Management Plans. Its operational implementation will be initiated and tested in practice within different Pilot Actions respectively Pilot Areas. Existing tools and models in some of the participating countries will be checked in terms of their transferability and further developed according to the needs in the respective pilot areas. For the relevant stakeholders and decision-makers an innovative transnational guidance for sustainable land use planning (GUIDR) will be developed as a practically oriented decision support tool. It will encompass a set of best practices for steering function-oriented land use activities and management, also regarding uncertain trends concerning climate change. By means of a tailored stakeholder toolkit decision makers will get support in mitigating different conflicts of interests and receive recommendations for implementation of optimized steering tools for regional development strategies and respective funding programmes. Additionally, target-oriented trainings at agricultural and forest related schools will be organized to guarantee a fruitful dissemination also to the future generation.

As this newly developed planning instrument (LUDP) demonstrates procedures for a sound water management on a transnational basis, it provides important inputs for the further development of EUSDR and other relevant policies.

WORK PACKAGES

Investigative Danube

Building on results and outputs from previous projects and national stakeholder workshops in each participating country current shortcomings in actual land use management practices (agriculture/grassland management/forestry/settlements) as well as governance related issues within the context of water protection and flood prevention will be evaluated and “hot spots” identified in order to determine the areas of intervention.

Explorative Danube

Within 12 different pilot areas – assigned to 3 thematic clusters differentiated between “groundwater resources”, “torrents and small rivers” and “rivers” – current land use activities respectively vegetation cover are evaluated and respective best management practices will be elaborated and implemented, supported by dialogues and workshops with relevant stakeholders. By means of 3 thematic pilot cluster coordination meetings a permanent know-how exchange between the project partners on a transnational level is guaranteed.

Visionary Danube

Built on the identified gaps of current land use activities regarding water protection and flood risk prevention issues and the results of the pilot actions a transnational guidance for the Danube Region for sustainable land use planning (GUIDR) with a set of best practices will be developed. The initiation of its practical implementation will be conducted in the respective pilot areas supported by tailored stakeholder toolkits, stakeholder workshops and trainings.

Progressive Danube

Based on the comprehensive experiences gained within previous work steps a transnational, catchment-based Land Use Development Plan (LUDP) will be elaborated considering existing strategies and regulations on different levels. This strategy will encompass improved coordination of spatial planning, enhanced flood forecasting, economic incentives for adequate land use, cost-benefit analysis, cross-sector communication strategies on different levels and a roadmap for the national implementation. The LUDP will be signed by notable representatives during the Final Conference.

Прва национална радионица у оквиру Camaro -> Prva nacionalna radionica u okviru CAMARO

За више информација о пројекту посетите: http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/camaro-d/news

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CAMARO-D – a new INTERREG project was launched

CAMARO-D posterThe project CAMARO-D (Cooperating towards Advanced Management routines for land use impacts on the water regime in the Danube river basin) started in January 2017 and is financially supported by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA) within the Danube Transnational Programme 2014-2020. During the two and a half years of project implementation the project will develop comprehensive recommendations towards a strategic policy for the implementation of an innovative transnational catchment-based “Land Use Development Plan” for the Danube River Basin.

Intensive land use practices often cause severe negative impacts on groundwater resources as well as on torrents and rivers due to increased erosion processes, floods, soil compactions, surface runoff, invasive plant species and water pollutions. By means of a new transnational guidance with a tailored, application-oriented tool-kit for relevant stakeholders and decision-makers a sustainable protection of water resources and improved flood risk prevention shall be provided. This will foster the trans-sector and transnational cooperation in the field of water management, forestry, agriculture, spatial planning and nature conservation.

Newly developed best practices in function-oriented sustainable land use management – considering also climate change issues – will be tested and documented within various Pilot Actions. Supported by intensive stakeholder workshops and trainings, the initiation of the practical tool-kit implementation will be conducted within selected pilot areas.

To guarantee a broad basis of different geographic, scientific and decision-making fields the partnership consists of 14 project partners and 9 associated partners representing governmental bodies, water suppliers, research and education institutions, agro-meteorological institutions, environmental agencies and spatial planning institutes acting on local, regional and national levels and originating from nearly all Danube basin states (Austria, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Romania and Serbia). The Forest Department of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management assumes the Lead partnership of this project.

CAMARO-D outcomes will eventually provide important inputs for the further development of EUSDR (EU Strategy for the Danube Region) and other relevant EU-policies like Water Framework Directive and Flood Directive as well as for the Danube river basin Management Plans. To underline the importance of the implementation of this transnational catchment-based “Land Use Development Plan” a Memorandum of Understanding will be signed by notable representatives of each partner country during the Final Conference in Vienna in June 2019.