FP5 ADVISOR project to hold workshop on river basin governance

May 10, 2004

Brussels, 07 May 2004

The Fifth Framework Programme (FP5) project ADVISOR (integrated evaluation for sustainable river basin governance) will host a workshop in Seville, Spain, on 5 July.

The project is seeking to develop a theoretical framework, as well as policy guidelines and practical methods, for the integrated, participatory evaluation and assessment of projects and plans in the context of the Water Framework Directive.

The focus of the workshop will be principles and tools for integrated evaluation in river basin governance. Topics will include: monetary valuation methods; social multi-criteria analysis; participatory modelling and quality assurance procedures.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://gasa.dcea.fct.unl.pt/ecoman/proje cts/advisor

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