• An example of sustainable economic development

    An example of sustainable economic development0

    Eight German business clubs are active in Romania It was in 1995, when Dr. Anna Prinz, working as an economic officer at the German Embassy in Bucharest, met – as she did every month – with a small group of representatives or executives of German companies at her home. They would exchange ideas or experiences

  • A party destination becoming a European cultural region

    A party destination becoming a European cultural region0

    Many people still think of Lake Balaton, the “Hungarian sea”, as a cheap package holiday- and party destination. However, the local town of Veszprém and its neighboring municipalities want to change the old image and establish the area as a new European cultural region. The title “European Capital of Culture” (ECOC) is awarded annually by

  • Acting for  environment and nature

    Acting for environment and nature0

    93 women and men from the Danube countries can call themselves Danube Guides. As special nature & culture guides for the Danube region, they are receiving further training and professionalisation in the project “Danube Guides Action”. The lead partner is the Danube Office Ulm/Neu-Ulm. The aim is to establish a cross-border Danube Guides network in

  • Towns and villages tell green stories

    Towns and villages tell green stories0

    Which stories have worked well for you? What innovations have you come up with that are good for the climate? Exchanging on all kinds of climate protection projects in municipalities – that was the aim of the municipal climate congress organised in May by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of the Environment, the City of Ulm and

  • Let’s magnetize young talents to the Danube Region!

    Let’s magnetize young talents to the Danube Region!0

    How to attract best talents? 18 cities in the Danube Region currently are developing innovative tools to attract and retain locally talented young workforce. The European Union fi nancially supports this project to prevent talented young people to have to go abroad to study or to fi nd work in the capital or in other

  • DA-SPACE Project

    DA-SPACE Project0

    Young talents from the Danube region tinker with digital products Together with the states along the Danube, the EU project DA-SPACE creates new perspectives for young scientists. Companies, administrations, universities and civil society work together with young talents to develop new or better digital products. 440 young talents, 118 challenges by local companies and seven