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The Economic Analysis According to the Water Framework Directive in the Danube River Basin

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The Economic Analysis According to the Water Framework Directive in the Danube River Basin

A Cross-Country Assessment of Implementation Capacities and Priority Gaps

Interwies, Eduard; Britta Pielen and Pierre Strosser 2003: The Economic Analysis according to the Water Framework Directive in the Danube River Basin. A Cross-Country Assessment of Implementation Capacities and Priority Gaps. Ecologic, Berlin.


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Interwies, Eduard; Britta Pielen and Pierre Strosser 2003: The Economic Analysis according to the Water Framework Directive in the Danube River Basin. A Cross-Country Assessment of Implementation Capacities and Priority Gaps. Ecologic, Berlin.

Language
English
Author(s)
Pierre Strosser
Funding
Publisher
Year
2003
Dimension
76 pp.
Project ID
1982
Table of Contents

FOREWORD
1 SUMMARY
2 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
3 BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE OF THIS STUDY
3.1 The National Scoping Studies
3.2 The Synthesis Report
3.3 Scope of the Report
3.4 Structure of the Report
4 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE WFD AT THE DRB
4.1 Economic Aspects and Requirements of the Water Framework Directive
4.2 The Economic Analysis for 2004
4.3 The Economic Analysis within the Danube River Basin
4.3.1 The Role of the ICPDR
4.3.2 The Implementation of the Water Framework Directive at National Level
4.3.3 The Implementation of the Economic Analysis at National Level
5 A CROSS-COUNTRY COMPARISON OF DATA AVAILABILITY FOR THE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS IN THE DRB
5.1 General Issues for Consideration
5.1.1 Quality Evaluation
5.1.2 The Issue of Scale
5.1.3 Restructuring Information According to Hydrological Boundaries
5.2 The Economic Importance of Water Uses
5.2.1 Data Availability and Quality
5.2.2 Restructuring of Available Indicators According to Hydrological Boundaries
5.2.3 Key Messages: The Economic Importance of Water Uses
5.3 Conducting the Baseline Scenario
5.3.1 Assessment of the Quality and Relevance of Available Projections
5.3.2 Responsible Authorities
5.3.3 Key Messages: Baseline Scenario
5.4 Assessing Current levels of Cost Recovery of Water Services
5.4.1 Data Availability and Quality
5.4.2 Environmental and Resource Costs
5.4.3 Restructuring Available Data According to Hydrological Boundaries
5.4.4 Key Messages: Assessing Current levels of Cost Recovery
5.5 Preparing for the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
5.5.1 Data Availability and Quality on Key Measures
5.5.2 Key Messages: Preparing for the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
5.6 Administrative Capacities
6 SYNTHESIS OF IDENTIFIED GAPS AND NECESSARY MEASURES
6.1 Identified Gaps and Necessary Measures at the National Level
6.1.1 Information/data related gaps at the national level
6.1.2 Methodological difficulties
6.1.3 Institutional and administrative arrangements
6.2 Required Activities and Possible Supporting Measures at the Danube Level
6.2.1 Possible Supporting Measures at the Danube Level
6.2.2 Key Issues Revisited: Possible Activities for Addressing Priority Gaps
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