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Upcoming Webinar: Citizen Science opportunities in museums for river landscapes

Join us for a webinar on citizen science opportunities in museums for sustainable, resilient, and socially fair river landscapes!

Museums have a focal role in (adult) education for restoring the river landscapes across Europe. The existing approaches of citizen science bring new pathways for engaging citizens for raising awareness of rivers ecosystem services and adoption of nature-based solutions.

In this upcoming webinar, we will highlight opportunities for museums, visitor centers, and others in the Danube basin on how to engage with the public and communities via citizen science. We will also introduce the plans to cooperate within the Danube Basin via a Regional Danube Water Museum Network. We see this as an opportunity for local actors to network, exchange knowledge and learn as well as gain visibility and recognition in the region.

When and where? 5th of June 10 – 12 AM (online - see details below)

For whom? (Water) museums, visitor centers, and other interested civil organizations in the Danube basin


  • Informative Pitches including presentations of Danube4all project, Global Water Museum Network, and co-creative approaches in large river catchments focusing on the role of museums.

  • Expert Discussion focused on citizen science tools and initiatives along the river.

  • Visualizations of best practices for engaging citizens in citizen science.

  • Interactive Exercises with poll and quiz to actively engage participants.

All details including the link to the webinar are accessible on the link of 2023 EU Green Week page: Citizen Science Opportunities in Museums for Sustainable, Resilient and Socially Fair River Landscapes:


- Introduction of the DANUBE4all ProjectHelmut Habersack, BOKU Vienna

- Presentation of Water Museum Network - Eriberto Eulisse, Director WMN

- Exhibitions in Danube River Basin – Gabriela Costea, IGB Berlin

- Citizen Science in River Restoration – Sandra de Vries, PULSAQUA

This event is organized as a part of the Danube4all project, which aims to develop a comprehensive river restauration action plan. We see the role of civil society as fundamental in the process to achieve proper impact in the Danube Region. This webinar is the first step towards this ambitious goal.

This event is part of the 2023 European Green Week it is one of 265 events to raise awareness and educate people about the importance of protecting the environment and promoting sustainable living practices.

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