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ABSTRACT. The aim of the present paper is to examine and evaluate environmentally sustainable development of the Danube River basin, the role of the Lower Danube Euroregion in transborder reterritorialization, and landscape change and archaeological settlements in the lower Danube countries. Linnerooth-Bayer and Murcott note that upheaval and change characterize the political and economic landscape of the Danube River basin. Popescu shows how state transborder reterritorialization is unfolding in the Lower Danube region. Ebert et al. say that the drivers for more successful adaptation measures in the Danube include EU expansion, legal mechanisms, and local desire to improve livelihoods. (pp. 152–157)

SILVIU COSTACHIE
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University of Bucharest
IONICA SOARE
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Lower Danubius University-Galaţi
DANIEL DIEACONU
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University of Bucharest

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