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My Social Responsibility (My Response)

Start date: Apr 1, 2012, End date: Mar 31, 2014,

Respective documents of Latvia and Lithuania indicates several weaknesses in social integration of people with disabilities. Social rehabilitation (particularly social integration), common quality of social services, environmental accessibility and educational level of people employed in social sector are recognized as insufficient. Mostly environmental accessibility mismatches with present demand ...
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Rationale: 21st century requires the diverse talents of all people, realising their full potential to develop creative answers to complex problems. We need new approaches in education based on a broader conception of ability, promoting motivation and self-esteem, creative skills and individual aptitudes. CreatLearn is a South Baltic cooperation of 5 municipalities, their education administrations ...
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CLEAN BALTIC SEA SHIPPING (CleanShip)

Start date: Jun 9, 2010, End date: Sep 9, 2013,

BALTIC SEA CLEAN SHIPPING (CLEANSHIP), is part of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, and has by the EU Commission become selected as a strategic flagship project in its mission to make the Baltic Sea a model region for clean shipping. It promotes measures to reduce emissions from ships to the atmosphere and elaborates ways to promote infrastructure for bunkering of LNG and increased use of ...
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Legal background is EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, i.e. to make the Baltic Sea Region an accessible and attractive place, and to improve internal and external transport links (p 49). Transport issues are especially important for BSR since the distances internally and to the rest of Europe are very long and the conditions for traffic are difficult. In the times of economic slowdown, the pac ...
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Environmental accidents elimination in the Baltic Sea coastal area. (EAE)

Start date: Feb 29, 2012, End date: Aug 30, 2013,

The project is designed to improve the chemical accidents decontamination situations in Lithuanian and Latvian the Baltic Sea coastal areas. The project will be the acquisition of essential equipment necessary to eliminate the consequences of chemical accidents, other related activities. Will be developed in co-operation strategy and the contract will be signed. Organized fifty joint Lithuanian an ...
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MOMENT UP IS AN upgrade project, close connected to the MOMENT project, with the same background, aims, values etc. It is jointly developed by the MOMENT partnership. MOMENT/MOMENT UP will develop local and regional methods for effective management of water, with special focus on nutrients and hazardous substances from small/diffuse sources. It will test, demonstrate and develop knowledge about ho ...
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Modern Water Management in the South Baltic Sea Area (MOMENT)

Start date: Aug 31, 2009, End date: Jun 29, 2013,

The European Water Policy and the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) aim at ensuring clean waters. HELCOM Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) has appointed eutrophication and hazardous substances as key issues requiring action. In achieving this, the roles of local actors and citizens will be crucial. The local and regional levels are very important for the implementation of practical measures aiming at ...
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Sustainable Management for European Local Ports (SuPorts)

Start date: Dec 31, 2009, End date: Dec 30, 2012,

... Achievements: The project has been launched in September 2010 during a press conference which all project partners attended. A first training session (maritime English) was held in Klaipeda, Lithuania and enabled partners to share a common language and to confront environmental issues affecting ports and ways of dealing with them. The work on the Component 4 of the project start ...
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Port Integration - Multi-modal innovation for sustainable maritime & hinterland transport structures is designed to identify, exchange & transfer best practices in the transport sector with the aim of an overall integration of related policies. Background is the recent increase of European transport flows leading to imbalances in the usage of different transport modes. While landside especially th ...
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Regional Mobilizing of Sustainable Waste-to-Energy Production (REMOWE)

Start date: Nov 30, 2009, End date: Dec 15, 2012,

REMOWE aims to contribute to a decreased negative effect on the environment by reduction of carbon dioxide emission by creating a balance between energy consumption and sustainable use of renewable energy sources. Reduction of carbon dioxide emissions and use of renewable energy sources are broad areas and this project will focus on energy resources from waste and actions to promote implementation ...
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... il servants and decision-makers get together in three know-how exchange seminars to create lighting solutions fitting all needs. The first international seminar took place in 2010 in Klaipeda, Lithuania, the second in March 2011 in Kalmar, Sweden. The partners investigated users demands via polls and light tests within the chosen test installation fields, researched the market for applicable produ ...
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Project aims at creating supporting environment for the development of creative industries in the project areas and fostering the sustainability of economy. It will also facilitate the commercialization of creative business ideas in the audio-visual, multimedia and design by establishing cooperation networks and supporting infrastructure at the level of local municipalities. It is planned to impro ...
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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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... rticipate in the Schools Challenge.More schools were involved than originally expected. So far 20 study visits have occurred.Most recently,in period 3 of the project, 7 visits took place,undertook by Klaipeda to Almada,Maribor to Graz,Larnaca to Treviso & Serres,Gdansk to Almada & Treviso,Sofia to London. A successful mentoring workshop was held in Klaipeda in Dec09,on public transport organisatio ...
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... en the interest of the different history. The exhibition started in July 2010 and travelled already to four locations of four countries - Rostock (Germany), Gdansk (Poland), Karlskrona (Sweden) and Klaipeda (Lithuania). Not onlyto promote the exhibition but also the museums themselves in the most proper way - partners have produced several marketing material, such as a common museum flyer presenti ...
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EUROBALTIC Civil Proctection Project II (Eurobaltic II)

Start date: Sep 25, 2005, End date: Jan 24, 2008,

EUROBALTIC II is the follow up of the BSR INTERREG IIIB project "EUROBALTIC Programme for Civil Protection in the BSR", which has established a general framework of cooperation in the area of civil protection, allowed common identification of risks and need for actions in the BSR, and resulted in a joint understanding among the project partners regarding priorities for addressing shortcomings in t ...
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... effects.3. Development of pan-Baltic adaptation strategy and providing country specific national strategies.4. Climate Impact studies for each case study city or region (Gdansk, Riga, Espoo, Kokkola, Klaipeda, Pirkanmaa Region , Kokkola, Tallinn and Pärnu, Estonian archipelago, Curonian spit, Oder river basin, Salaca river basin).
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Baltic Energy Efficiency Network for the Building Stock (BEEN)

Start date: Jun 20, 2005, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

... cipality and the local homeowners’ associations (HOAs) in the process. Project partners in Lithuania decided to elaborate a technical standard documentation for the most frequent building types in Klaipeda to encourage and support HOAs in the initiation and implementation of refurbishment projects. In Latvia, an electronic cost-calculation model has been developed, which shall facilitate the prepa ...
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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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Baltic Gateway PLUS aimed at joint actions to implement and finance prioritised transport projects in the South Baltic Sea area. Focus was on infrastructure investments in the hinterland connections, as well as on implementation of intermodal services. The project involved 30 partners from six countries and had an overall budget of approximately 1 MEUR. It was implemented in the period 2006-2007.B ...
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LogOn Baltic improved spatial integration by transferring knowledge in ICT and logistics competence. The main objective is to produce and disseminate information for regional development agencies on how to support enterprises in the participating regions in their effort to improve ICT and logistics competence, thus improving regional development.Objectives of the project: identifying development a ...
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Exploiting Inland Waterways for Regional Development (InWater)

Start date: Jan 1, 2006, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

The main aim of the project was to create fundamentals for development by exploiting inland waterways. As for many years the role of waterways was minimized therefore they suffered continuous degradation. Tourism was one of the sectors, which can speed up the regional development. Therefore it was important to create conditions and also increase tourist attractiveness for foreign tourists. Central ...
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The InterBaltic project is initiated by the CPMR Baltic Sea Commission and seconded by the Baltic Development Forum, based on the assumption that there will be a considerable increase in transportation and logistics within, to and from, and through the Baltic Sea region. This situation will affect political decisions, business development and living conditions in general.The main objective of this ...
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East-West Transnational Transport Corridor in the S-BSR (EAST-WEST)

Start date: Dec 31, 2005, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

... opean transport Axes defined by EU “High Level Group” in 2005. The Axis is the main trade and transport connection between Russia and EU countries. The fully operational EWTC, with the links Klaipeda-Vilnius-Moscow/Minsk and Kaliningrad-Vilnius, and the fast growing traffic makes the EWTC to one of the most important corridors of the Northern axis initiative. In addition, the EWTC is already now p ...
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BALANCE – or in full “Baltic Sea Management–Nature Conservation and Sustainable Development of the Ecosystem through Spatial Planning” – is an INTERREG III B co-funded project aimed towards development of informed marine management tools for the Baltic Sea based on spatial planning and cross-sectoral and transnational co-operation.BALANCE is organised into 5 work packages (WPs) which will identify ...
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... governance capacities; Promote ERB through developing transferable models, publication of project results, organising conferences and e-seminars.Regional authorities of Denmark (Bornhom), Lithuania (Klaipeda), Poland (Pomorskie and Warminsko-Mazurskie), Sweden (Blekinge, Kalmar and South Smaland) and Russia (Kaliningrad Oblast) joined in the project. The composition reflects cooperation within ER ...
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SRNs ultimate aim is to ensure that Structural Fund programmes are delivered more effectively. It is achieving this by creating an arena in which partners can exchange experience and identify good practice that can improve the delivery of Structural Funds and be used in the development of new projects. The network is focusing on delivering programmes in sub-regional areas – those containing fewer ...
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The Baltic Sea Region is facing an increasing urban traffic which contributes to pollution abundance and less attractive cities. Baltic Sea Cycling is a co-operation between 22 partners in Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland and Sweden for the development of sustainable and attractive townscapes. The project has addressed problems concerning the integration of cycling as a part of urban tra ...
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Problems addressedThe problem addressed by the ALSO project lays on the following urgent needs:• to boost the Lisbon and Gothenburg Strategy Objectives at regional level and more specifically, to exploit current INTERREG and future Territorial Cooperation Funding within the framework of INTERACT;• A strong coordination between regional planners and INTERREG operators/project managers in order to b ...
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Integrating Logistics Centre Networks in the Baltic Sea Region (InLoC)

Start date: Jul 31, 2004, End date: Mar 30, 2007,

As a follow up of the project NeLoC projecz InLoc aimed at further improvement of the networking between logistics centres, ports and other logistics operators in the Baltic Sea Region. The project also analysed spatial and environmental consequences of logistics centres and aimed at removing bottlenecks in port-hinterland connections. Furthermore, the project tried to improve the compatibility of ...
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... ridors and bottlenecks were investigated and concrete investments prepared. Development along the corridors Øresund-Gedser-Rostock-Berlin, Copenhagen-Ystad-Swinoujscie-Wroclaw, Copenhagen-Blekinge-Klaipeda-Vilnius, were studied. Road telematics installations for variable speed limits were installed and tested on road E22 in Blekinge. A prefeasibility study of new railway route between Kristianstad ...
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South East Baltic Transport Link (SEBTrans-Link )

Start date: Aug 28, 2002, End date: Nov 27, 2005,

SEBTrans-Link is a direct continuation of the former Interreg II C project SEBTrans. This SEBTrans project identified strong demand for improved infrastructure in the SEBTrans corridors. In the North-South Corridor, building the A1 motorway (Gdynia – Lodz) in Poland is a first priority together with improving the section within Sweden (Gothenburg – Borås – Växjö – Karlskrona). Road improvements pr ...
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Seagull-DevERB (Seagull )

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

... en the member 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 ...
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South Baltic Arc has two main objectives: (1) Strengthening the co-operation of regional stakeholders within and among the participating countries in order to enhance regional development. (2) Reducing welfare disparities within the South Baltic Arc Region.With regard to the EU-enlargement, South Baltic Arc demonstrates, which regional development effects enhanced transport infrastructure can gene ...
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Baltic Cruise Project 2004-2007 (BCP 2004-2007)

Start date: Sep 20, 2004, End date: Sep 20, 2004,

BALTIC CRUISE PROJECT is a cooperation between 10 countries, 19 destinations and 32 partners (ports, city and tourist org.) in the Baltic Sea RegionAn exchange of knowledge and information between Baltic ports and destinations focusing on international cruise tourism. To realise a cruise, the cruise vessel must visit several ports and therefore cooperation between Baltic ports and destinations is ...
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... ct partners and ensure the implementation of future actions. The network of young researchers and supervisors was established on the basis of the Association of young researchers from Kaliningrad and Klaipeda. Database was developed and web portal created as the arena for co-operation. 5 research projects on different aspects of cross-border area development were launched by international research ...
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The main goal of the project is to create conditions for effective development of wind energy production in the Baltic Sea coastal zones of three neighbouring countries: Lithuania, Russia and Poland. Use of renewable energy sources, including wind, is an important component of sustainable development of these regions, which may result in measurable positive economic, ecological and social effects. ...
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