The INSPIRE Directive is a term that has been declining in the last decade in connection with spatially localized data, so-called geodata, including hydrological data. The full title of the European Parliament and Council Directive of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) primarily addresses the availability, quality, organization, access and sharing of spatial information.
The paper outlines the possibilities of selected environmental assessment methods. Its aim is to highlight the growing need to devote to this integral science discipline more in the Czech Republic as well.
The traditional meeting of the water management public, representatives of the state administration and self-government, which has already been known as the National Water Dialogue, took place from 18 to 19 May. September 2018. This year’s eighth continuation of the event brought two organizational changes.
For more than 60 years, the issue of the occurrence and behavior of radioactive substances in water has been dealt with in the Water Management Research Institute. With the observation of natural and artificial radionuclides in the hydrosphere, the team started under the guidance of Dr. Ing. Jaroslav Bulíček.
Interview with Ing. Jan Kříž, Deputy Minister of the Environment, on the topic of Operational Programme Environment.