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How to link strong research nodes, clusters and SME networks in the Baltic Sea region in order to jointly reach globally-leading innovation partnerships? How to use the high innovation potential of the region to address common societal challenges?StarDust was designed to give answers to these questions. Besides the concrete testing of collaboration methods, policy implication should be drawn on ho ...
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Maritime transport constitutes a vitally important part of trade and services for the countries around the Baltic Sea and Europe. Baltic shipping is constantly growing and some of the busiest shipping routes in the world go through the Baltic Sea. Consequently, the sensitive environment of the Baltic Sea is threatened by increasing pollution from the shipping industry. Through international agreem ...
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The ports of Stockholm, Tallinn, Helsinki, Naantali and Turku play key roles in accessibility of Central Baltic Region both in cargo traffic and passenger traffic. Effective, competitive, eco-friendly and safe port procedures and sea transportation solutions between the five cities have major importance on trades between the port regions, between the three countries and also in wider international ...
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SMEs represent 99% of all enterprises in BSR and provide up to 70% of all jobs, being an important economic but also socio-cultural factor. SMEs present the biggest potential for job creation also in future. QUICK aims at unleashing this potential to its full extent by addressing the following challenges undermining the competitiveness of the BSR SMEs:- limited benefit from innovation processes an ...
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TransBaltic was a strategic BSR-wide project carried out by regional authorities, transport and logistics-related research institutions, transport operators, logistics associations and pan-Baltic networks. The partnership of 20 organisations was backed up by further 31 entities, including several national transport ministries around the Baltic Sea.TransBaltic addressed two issues of common concern ...
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... evelopment work supported by international and national workshops, seminars, oiled wildlife rehabilitation trainings and a cross-border, hands-on oil spill exercise. Development work will be done by Estonian, Finnish, Swedish and Russian shoreline authorities and NGOs supported by educational institutions. The results of the project are relevant to the safe and healthy environment of the Central ...
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... c perspectives. The dominant mode of transport in BSR is sea (about 76% of trade in BSR states) and only 24% come by other means of transport. In addition to their own import and export, Finnish and Estonian ports handle a major share of the Russian transit traffic. Finnish ports have mainly concentrated on container import to Russia, Estonian ports carry a major share of the oil export from Russ ...
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Development plan for sustainable fishery 2007-2013

Start date: Dec 31, 2005, End date: Feb 14, 2008,

... ether with authorities. The bottom-up development approach assures that all essential objectives are discussed and prioritised and, all parties are committed to promote the plans. The Finnish-Estonian cooperation in the target areas brings value added to the work in the form of networking, knowledge exchange and transfer of participatory planning experiences in both areas.
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Additional operations: Summeri II

Start date: May 31, 2007, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

The project aims to improve the capacity to prevent oil disasters in the project implementation area as well as to improve prevention readiness. A permanent co-operative network will be created which helps to develop and improve the protection of the sea environment in the Gulf of Finland, the archipelago, the coast and waters adjacent to the coast. Preventative measures in maritime safety will al ...
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Ports of Finland and Estonia play important role in the Russian transit traffic; Finnish harbours are specialized in consumer goods imports (containers), while Estonia serves as a raw material export harbour (oil). Although Russia has enlarged its capacity in both of these markets (harbours, warehousing and transportation), Finland and Estonia still have important role in Russian material flows. T ...
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... iles training and other materials on oil hazards and oil repression. A tendering process will be opened for the acquisition of a simulation programme for training operations in oil hazards in Finnish-Estonian-Russian co-operation. The simulation programme will be tested jointly in order to test the operational plans and logistics in the Gulf of Finland region. The participants are marine training ...
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Within an earlier Leonardo project, MariComp, a study was done after the present and future competencies of Maritime lecturers. One thing that became clear was that lecturers at maritime institutions need to update their knowledge continuously. Furthermore, from relevant media one could conclude that there is room for improvement in maritime educational programs. Ship owners world wide are facing ...
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The project is based on training needs identified in maritime education and training sector in order to provide prospective seafarers with higher qualifications and competencies to ensure them an international lead. This has to start with the upgrading of competencies of lecturers at maritime educational institutions. The project will identify, analyse and describe the best educational practices ...
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The original web-based maritime English learning tool MarEng was finished in the spring 2007 as a result of a transnational Leonardo da Vinci project MarEng. During the first year of its existence, the learning tool was widely taken into use by different user groups (e.g. maritime students and workers) all over the world. However, based on the feedback received, the tool was missing some relevant ...
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Harmonised training standards for seafarers : The project will fulfill a need for EU-wide standardization in the field of maritime crisis management training through the development of a course which aims for acceptance as the standard benchmark in the field. This project started in 2002 and lasted 30 months.
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SECURITAS MARE plans to develop and introduce a training module relating to crisis management for eventual introduction to maritime training programmes across Europe.The project aims to increase understanding and readiness for crisis management; to provide participating European higher education institutes with the competence and support to offer qualified and equal training in crisis management; ...
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The challenge has been to develop new tools and facilities in the process of improving local and international capability in responding to oil spills in marine environments. This tool was found in the former CMS 2 project result, where an interactive web Home Pages training course was developed. CMS will fully implement and disseminate these former results into a full web Home Page based marine re ...
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The purpose of the project is to spread the knowledge about crowd and crisis management training among officers and crew members onboard vessels as well as to staff ashore shipping companies; these form the prime target groups. The aim is also to disseminate a common European standard, developed by the promoter, which has already been approved as the national standard of six EU countries. A learni ...
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