Transboundary groundwater resources - joint treasure and responsibility
Raised awareness of groundwater resources protection by targeted actions
Smart collaboration to ensure clean and safe drinking water for future generations
Groundwater dependent ecosystems - where groundwater supports the nature
Working together for a green,
competitive and inclusive Europe
EU-WATERRES project representing Poland, Ukraine, Estonia and Latvia in world’s largest groundwater summit!
The UN-Water Summit on Groundwater will be the culmination of the “Groundwater: making the invisible visible” campaign , implemented throughout 2022, coordinated by UNESCO and International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC), on behalf of UN-Water.
Our project team participated in the International Shared Aquifer Resources Management - ISARM 2021 Conference from 6-8 December 2021. The collection of selected papers in a conference book "Cooperation on transboundary aquifers: a key element to achieve sustainable...
The first interview from a larger interview cycle introducing you to our diverse EU-WATERRES project team and project outcomes.
Our third newsletter aims to summarize the legal aspects of transboundary groundwater cooperation between project partner countries. In the newsletter you will read about: Legal aspects on common groundwater management between Poland-Ukraine, Norway-Sweden and...
Groundwater protection is neglected if compared to surface waters. Especially complex is the management of transboundary aquifers. New project study analyses the national groundwater management systems in Norway and Sweden and gives recommendations for authorities and policy-makers on how the transboundary groundwater management should be improved.
Recent press reports on the disappearance of water in riverbeds in the upper parts of their course in Poland cause concern among citizens and experts. The problem of droughts that have occurred in recent years as a result of climate change affects the largest rivers...
Good quality data are the basis for good assessments and sustainable management of resources. Thus we visited “Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre” laboratory to get to know how they analyze air, water and soil samples.
We gathered 58 participants at the hybrid stakeholder seminar held in Riga, Latvia.
Do you want to hear various groundwater management practices from Norway, Poland, Ukraine, Estonia and Latvia? Then register to the online "Riga event". The event will gather scientists, water managers, policy makers and nature conservation experts. Lots of up-to-date...
The second newsletter is devoted to the war in Ukraine that has as special impact on EU-WATERRES project. Nevertheless, we continue to collaborate and deliver our outputs. In the newsletter you will read about: Regional Cooperation projects and the war in Ukraine...