The 3rd call for proposals from the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme closed recently. European Wilderness Society has submitted a project as Lead Partner, and has a role in three other submissions. Here we provide an overview of some statistics.
Please also read: Interreg project submitted on Danube ecotourism
276 project ideas submitted
The Interreg Danube Transnational Programme works in a 2-step procedure. In the first step, organisations are able to submit project ideas in so-called Expression of Interests. The 3rd call received a total number of 276. Most project ideas (82) fall under the Specific Objective 2.2. Foster sustainable use of natural and cultural heritage and resources.
European Wilderness Society has submitted this project as Lead Partner. The project aims to increase the protection of natural and cultural heritage, using sustainable ecotourism as the main tool. Target regions include the Danube, Tisa, and Sava river.
This project focusses on participation as a tool for the development of sustainable tourism and protection of natural and cultural heritage in rural areas of Danube Region. European Wilderness Society is involved as Project Partner.
In this project, the partners will focus on sustainable management of forest ecosystem services in the Danube embankment – river bank area through solutions for ecological reconstruction, restoration and improvement of their connectivity. European Wilderness Society is involved as Project Partner.
This is a follow up project on the successful LENA DTP project, aiming for creating Value Chains for Local Economy and Nature Conservation in the Danube Region. European Wilderness Society is an Associated Strategic Partner.