Overview study on the impacts of and adaptation to climate change in the Danube-Carpathian region

Project status: 
Completed

The aim of the project was to provide a lobbying and communications tool to raise awareness of the present and likely future impacts from climate change in the Danube and Carpathian region. The report produced through this project was used by the World Wide Fund for Nature Danube-Carpathian Programme Office (WWF-DCPO) to initiate political discussions and to attract media and public attention within the framework of WWF’s work on climate change. The geographical scope for the study was broadly the Danube river basin and Carpathian Mountains, focusing particularly on the following countries and areas: Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia and the Carpathian and Danube delta areas of Ukraine.

Academic Area(s): 
climate change
Researcher(s): 
Ruben Mnatsakanian
Researcher(s): 
Veronika Czakó
Administrative Information
Funding body: 
WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme
Duration: 
Jan, 2008 - Sep, 2008