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Rhine protection: The warnings, information and search reports issued every year are compiled in an annual report. (22. 03. 2017)
 
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The most dangerous substances for human and environment have been summarized by the ICPR and the EU as a so-called priority substances. (16. 03. 2017)
 
The state of the Rhine is monitored from Switzerland down to the Netherlands. (15. 03. 2017)
 
Targets aimed at improving water quality, Approach and measures (15. 03. 2017)
 
The water quality of the Rhine has distinctly improved following the many measures taken, above all the implementation of the ICPR. (15. 03. 2017)
 
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The Rhine, its tributaries and lakes in the watershed are called surface waters. (15. 03. 2017)
 
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The chairman, the Plenary Assembly and the Coordination Committee Rhine as well as working and expert groups are supported by the international staff of the secretariat in Koblenz (02. 03. 2017)
 
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Effects of climate change modify the discharge pattern of the Rhine and its tributaries. Presumably, periods with floods or low flow will become more frequent and more distinct. (31. 01. 2017)
 
The Rhine figures among the most important shipping lanes of the world and is the most important shipping lane in Europe. (15. 12. 2016)
 
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The Rhine represents the most important cultural and economic axis in Middle Europe. In its watershed 58 million people are living in nine different states.  (24. 10. 2016)
 
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The Vorderrhein rises from Lake Tomasee in the Swiss canton Graubünden. The source of the Hinterrhein is near the San Bernadino pass in the east.  (30. 08. 2016)
 
The Rhine river basin: Alp Rhine / Lake Constance, High Rhine, Upper Rhine, Middle Rhine, Lower Rhine, Delta Rhine  (30. 08. 2016)
 
The presidency of the Commission alternates every three years. The Plenary Assembly is staged annually together with the Coordination Committee Rhine. (24. 08. 2016)
 
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The president of the Working Group S regularly reports on the state of work and eventual problems to the Strategy Group SG and the subordinate Strategy Group SG-K. (04. 08. 2016)
 
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The Rhine Ministers required the ICPR to develop a joint and comprehensive strategy for reducing and avoiding micro-pollutant inputs into the Rhine and its tributaries. (04. 08. 2016)
 
The president of the Working Group B regularly reports on the state of work and eventual problems to the Strategy Group SG and the subordinate Strategy Group SG-K. (02. 08. 2016)
 
The president of the Working Group H regularly reports on the state of work and eventual problems to the Strategy Group SG and the subordinate Strategy Group SG-K. (02. 08. 2016)
 
The Strategy Group (SG) is preparing decisions of the joint sessions of the Plenary Assembly and of the Coordination Committee Rhine and eventually of Conferences of Ministers. (02. 08. 2016)
 
The expert group GIS is in charge of determining and updating conditions for data exchange and for the solution of technical GIS-related problems or of clarifying questions related to the use of WasserBLIcK (02. 08. 2016)
 
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The expert group “Fish fauna” (WG FISH) is treating the following issues: (02. 08. 2016)
 
The Expert Group „Analytics” (SANA) is treating the following issues: Secure comparability of monitoring results for substances for which no standardized procedures are available; (02. 08. 2016)
 
The Expert Group „Flood Risks” (HIRI) works on Proving the effectiveness of measures for the reduction of flood risks by 25 % by 2020 as fixed in the 1st action target. (02. 08. 2016)
 
The Expert Group „Validation” (HVAL) works on proving the effectiveness of measures for the reduction of extreme flood levels by 70 cm downstream the impounded river section. (02. 08. 2016)
 
Conferences and Workshops: You may here download documents concerning the different events (13. 06. 2016)
 
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Flood risk management plan (to be concluded by December 2015; updates every 6 years); flood forecast and early warning systems (18. 03. 2016)
 
Intergovernmental organisations with an observer status to the ICPR (01. 03. 2016)
 
Parts of the Rhine watershed are located in the territories of Belgium, Liechtenstein and Austria. These three states have an observer status to the ICPR. (01. 03. 2016)
 
NGO Nongovernmental organisations with an observer status to the ICPR (01. 03. 2016)
 
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If an accident occurs or great amounts of hazardous substances flow into the Rhine, the international Warning and Alarm Plan Rhine is activated. (05. 02. 2016)