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Background Poor maintenance and a complete lack of management have led to a decline in the conservation status of Fennoscandian wooded pastures and meadow habitats (listed in Annex I of the EU Habitats Directive). The same problem is occurring in other rare deciduous forest habitats, such as oak and natural old broad-leaved forests. Some sites have been ...
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Grazing and restoration of archipelago and coastal environments (GRACE)

Start date: Nov 1, 2010, End date: Dec 31, 2016,

Background Sweden’s archipelago habitats have high nature conservation values and this is mainly attributed to the islands’ specific geological conditions, micro-climate and farming history. Together these factors create very different conditions for flora and fuana and few similar habitat types exist in significant quantities on the Swedish mainland. ...
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Background Numerous thick shelled river mussel (Unio crassus) populations have become extinct in Sweden. The remaining populations of this endangered species have a fragmented (some 140 sites) and narrow south-eastern distribution in Scandinavia. The decline of the species can be linked to adverse physical changes to its habitats (including fragmentation ...
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Bothnian Green Logistic Corridor (BGLC)

Start date: Jun 8, 2011, End date: Mar 7, 2013,

The railway infrastructure of the Bothnian Corridor is of great importance for transnational cargo flows within EU and to the rest of the world and it is listed in the Baltic Sea Strategy action plan as an optional flagship project. The corridor is of great importance for all the states in the Baltic Sea Region and central Europe, for transports of cargo as well as for sustainable passenger transp ...
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The Baltic Sea’s unique ecology is under a lot of pressure. Fishing, maritime pollution from ships and substantial additions of nutrition from e.g. sewage and farming all pose a threat to the inland sea where the water is estimated to take 30 years to renew. At all times there are some 2000 ships in movement, and each year we see 120-140 collisions and groundings in the Baltic Sea – both traffic a ...
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The aim of Baltic Master was to improve maritime safety by integrating and bringing forward local and regional perspectives. This included measures to improve the prevention and the preparedness for ship accidents as well as methods for managing the coastal zones.The issues concerning safe transportations, oil combatting and coastal management has a clear transnational link as they deal with the e ...
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... production sites in the Norwegian region of Nordland to the consumption area in Poland. In effect of the project, an action plan for seafood transport will be endorsed by the Nordland county authorities. Further, following the discussion in the cluster of seafood producers and seafood processing industry, the train services between the origin and destination areas for this chain are envisaged for ...
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The overall objective of this two-year project is to reduce the barriers for deeper bilateral maritime co-operation between actors that deals with regional economic development issues in South Sweden and Kaliningrad Region. In order to lay ground for a long-term benefit a network consisting of relevant partners from all administrative levels and different sectors will be established. The ambitions ...
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Seagull-DevERB (Seagull )

Start date: Aug 19, 2002, End date: Nov 18, 2005,

... mber regions of Euroregion Baltic (ERB), which are Kronoberg, Kalmar and Blekinge Counties in Sweden, the Regional Municipality of Bornholm in Denmark, The Kurzeme Planning Region in Latvia, Klaipeda County in Lithuania, Kaliningrad Region of The Russian Federation, and the Pomeranian and Warmia-Masurian Regions in Poland.The creation of ERB in 1998 was an expression of the member regions´ mutual ...
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Rock Art in Northern Europe (RANE )

Start date: Jun 25, 2002, End date: Sep 24, 2005,

Rock art (paintings and carvings on rock formations) is the oldest form of human art. The remaining examples of this historical art form are threatened both by a natural development and our modern way of living. The central objectives of RANE were to initiate measures and promote research that would improve the management and sustainable use of prehistoric rock art in the Baltic Sea Region. The pr ...
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