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Research Report

2015

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector in 16 countries in the Danube region along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 20 July 2015

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Government policy or strategy

2015

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Czech Ministry of Agriculture

Annual report of Czech Ministry of Agriculture on water and waste water

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Contributed by Danube Water Program on 18 March 2016

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Research Report

2015

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Czech Republic Country Note

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This note is part of a regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 20 July 2015

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Government policy or strategy

2014

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Ministry of the Environment

The Operational Programme Environment 2014 - 2020

The main objective of the Operational Programme Environment 2014-2020 (the "OPE 2014-2020 ") is to protect and ensure a quality living environment for the inhabitants of the Czech Republic ("CR") to promote the efficient use of resources, eliminate negative impacts of human activities on the environment and to mitigate climate change impacts.


Based on the analysis of current developments and trends, the following priorities were identified:


Priority 1: Improvement of water quality and reduction of flood risks
Priority 2: Improvement of air quality in human settlements
Priority 3: Waste and material flows, environmental burdens, and risks
Priority 4: Conservation and care of nature and landscape
Priority 5: Energy savings.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 13 October 2015

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Research Report

2013

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Ministry of Agriculture & Ministry of Environment

Report on Water Mgmt in the Czech Republic 2013

This report outlines the water management situation in the Czech Republic in 2013. The 2013 version is the 17th edition of this yearbook. It includes information on cooperation with other countries and current trends in water management.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 05 May 2015

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Government policy or strategy

2007

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Ministry of the Environment

Op. Program Environment for the Period 2007-2013

OP Environment was prepared by the Ministry of the Environment on the basis of the Czech Republic Government Resolution No. 175 of February 22, 2006 on the draft of National Development Plan of the Czech Republic for 2007 - 2013. The OP Environment is used to implement the priority “Protection and Improvement of the Environmental Quality” of the National Strategic Reference Framework of the Czech Republic for 2007-2013 (NSRF), which realizes the strategic objective of the NSRF “The Attractive Environment” via its two priorities: “Protection and Improvement of the Environmental Quality” and “Improving Accessibility to Transport”. The starting point for these NSRF priorities was the priority axis “The Environment and Accessibility” of the National Development Plan for 2007-2013.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 05 May 2015

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