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Baltic Sea Information on the Acoustic Soundscape (BIAS)

Start date: Sep 1, 2012, End date: Aug 31, 2016,

... characteristics of the Baltic ecosystem make it highly susceptible to the environmental impacts of human activities at sea and in its catchment area. As a result of this status, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has designated the Baltic Sea as one of 12 ’Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas’ (PSSAs) in the world. During the past few decades, the level of human-introduced underwater ...
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Aquaculture – the farming of aquatic organisms, such as fish, mussels and algae – has been identified by the European Commission as one of the five Blue Growth sectors with the highest potential for sustainable jobs and growth. However, fish farming is also linked to a number of environmental challenges, including negative impact on water quality from fish effluent or the use of wild fish populati ...
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... via the SB Professionals Website) and conduction and documentation of cross-border workshop in Szczecin (21/11/2012)- Finalisation of study report focusing on labour demand in the following sectors: maritime economy, maritime tourism, health care tourism and wellness. Study results have been presented at cross border public conference in Gdynia (11 June 2013)- Conduction of cross-border workshop ...
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licy and Public-Private Partnerships for Offshore Wind EneRgy (4 POWER)

Start date: Dec 31, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

... cussed the 4POWER project with the other participants of the trip and we learned more about the development and installation of Baltic 1. In the evening we joined the Wind and Maritime Event for a networking dinner.
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... well as the requirements of the «Guidelines on the assessment of wastes or other materials that may be considered for dumping».HELCOM guidelines address the questions of sediments dumping in the maritime areas with particular focus on: what should be investigated and environmental consequences for marine biota. However guidelines lacks of detailed principles of dumping sites location and further ...
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The overall objective of the project is the intensification of socioeconomic cooperation among regions of Vistula Lagoon. Specific objectives which will support the overall idea incorporate several soft activities. Achievements: 1. Increased knowledge of opportunities b ...
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TransBaltic Extension (TransBaltic EXT)

Start date: May 31, 2013, End date: Sep 29, 2014,

The EUSBSR Action Plan names TransBaltic among the initiatives which brought valuable results for the development of green corridors network. The Macroregional Transport Action Plan (MTAP), adopted by the TransBaltic partner regions, contains policy actions that aim to improve connectivity and accessibility of the BSR. They are built on e.g. key business actions carried out together by public and ...
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The growth of the maritime economy throughout Europe results in increasing demands for maritime space coupled with the need to ensure a viable marine environment. This phenomenon has led to the integrated maritime policy (IMP) approach throughout Europe with Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) being by now the widely acknowledged tool for co-ordinating spatial use and balancing of interests in the sea ...
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QUICK: Innovative SMEs by Gender and Age (Quick-IGA)

Start date: Sep 19, 2011, End date: Mar 27, 2014,

The following findings are the background of the project: a) The number of persons in employable age in the BSR countries decreases by up to 20 % until 2030.b) The increasing lack of skilled workers will limit innovation and growth of SMEs.c) While equal opportunities for women and elderly in the workplace are comparably high in Scandinavia, it must be improved considerably in countries south of t ...
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CLEAN BALTIC SEA SHIPPING (CleanShip)

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

... onmental concerns. Achievements: For Europe and the Baltic Sea Region maritime transport has been a catalyst of economic development and prosperity throughout history because it enables trade and contact between all the European nations. As freight traffic will continue ...
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Sustainable Uses of Baltic Marine Resources (SUBMARINER)

Start date: Jun 10, 2010, End date: Sep 9, 2013,

... twork structure (mission, business plan, etc.) which has successfully gained flagship project status under the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).SUBMARINER was led by the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk in collaboration with nineteen partners from all EU countries around the Baltic Sea Region, including applied research institutes, regional & national authorities as well as NGOs. ...
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Baltic-Adriatic Transport Cooperation (BATCo)

Start date: Feb 28, 2010, End date: Feb 27, 2013,

In 2006 the Federal Ministers of Transport and Infrastructure of Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Italy signed a letter of intent to conjointly develop the Baltic-Adriatic Transport Corridor, including the extension of the existing Pan-European Transport Corridor VI from Gdansk, Warsaw, Katowice, Zilina with branches to Poznan and Breclav/Brno and its South-Western extension to Bratis ...
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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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The Baltic Sea has many hot-spots with highly contaminated sediments in ports, estuaries etc. Human activities often take place in coastal areas and are affected by these hot-spots. Activities e.g. maintainance dredging in ports and fairways due to more deep-draught ships and expanding ports will imply dredging of several million m3 incl. contaminated sediments in coming years. How to handle dredg ...
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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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... ence a transnational problem. Early and well organized response operations is an effective tool for reducing the environmental effects of pollution accidents.The project area covers all transnational maritime areas of the Baltic Sea divided into six sub-regional areas of responsibility. The project has 10 partners in 8 Baltic Sea countries representing the national authorities responsible for spil ...
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Introducing Maritime Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea (BaltSeaPlan)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Jan 23, 2012,

The € 3,7 m project BaltSeaPlan (2009-2012) accompanied the EU Maritime Policy by supporting the introduction of Integrated Maritime Spatial Planning and preparation of National Maritime Strategies within Baltic Sea Region. It also contributed to the implementation of the HELCOM recommendation on broad-scale Maritime Spatial Planning & the VASAB Gdańsk Declaration.BackgroundThe Baltic Sea is a uni ...
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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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Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Traffic at Sea (EfficienSea)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Jan 23, 2012,

The overall aim of EfficienSea was to improve maritime safety in the Baltic Sea region through concise and coordinate actions. Partners represented driving forces in the region for the development of improved of safety measures. We all worked for safe, sustainable and efficient traffic at sea and together we developed tools to make it happen. EfficienSea included 16 partners from six countries in ...
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The Baltic 21 Eco Region Project (Eco-Region)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Jan 23, 2012,

The EcoRegion project was developed in the years 2007/2008 and finally implemented between 2009- 2011 in order to contribute to the aim of Baltic 21 to turn the Baltic Sea Region into the world’s first EcoRegion, where economic growth goes hand in hand with environmental integrity and social justice.The transnational project – co-financed by the ERDF BSR Programme 2007-2013 - was based on the uniq ...
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ADRIATIC-BALTIC LANDBRIDGE (A-B LANDBRIDGE)

Start date: May 31, 2006, End date: Apr 29, 2008,

Besides east/west connections and transport corridors, the enlarged EU also needs an improvement in the transport routes connecting the Mediterranean and Baltic countries. The Adriatic-Baltic land bridge project will conduct a pre-feasibility analysis and develop a deployment roadmap for north/south intermodal transport connections which link Europe and the Mediterranean countries with global mark ...
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The traffic flow in the Baltic Sea Region rises immediately and several studies forecast an ongoing dynamic growth in the upcoming years. Ports can benefit from this growth if they do not serve as water-gates only but also create Value Added Services (VAS) on the goods handled. In order to implement the most efficient VAS in the respective ports it is vital to acquire information regarding the kin ...
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Baltic SeaBreeze (BSB)

Start date: Dec 31, 2004, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

The goal for the Baltic SeaBreeze (BSB) project was to increase awareness of the marine pollution situation in the target sectors of fishing, shipping, and leisure craft owners. Focus areas have been environmental issues in guest harbours and marinas, Blue Flag activities, courses for fishermen and seamen, and a media campaign. The ultimate goal of Baltic SeaBreeze was to change the attitudes and ...
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BALTIC SEA INFORMATION MOTORWAYS (BaSIM)

Start date: Aug 31, 2004, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

... s well as on industry side. Improvement of productivity and competitiveness needs the development both physical and information infrastructure. The first being addressed by the work-package (WP) 3 “Maritime Transport Corridor Development” with special focus on the implication towards information and telecommunication technologies (ICT). Those are content of the other WPs of BaSIM in particular con ...
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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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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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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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The project was aiming at the improvement of planning processes by improving the transregional communication and decision structures. The outcome of the project is a thematic network and a centre of excellence for improving the political (e.g. spatial planning authorities, municipalities, ministries, Governmental and Non-Governmental-Organisations) and entrepreneurial policy-making-processes in th ...
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Networking Logistics Centres in the Baltic Sea Region (NeLoC )

Start date: Dec 17, 2001, End date: Feb 16, 2004,

The NeLoC project provided a networking forum for existing and planned logistics centres in the Baltic Sea Region and it has enabled the exchange of experiences in planning and operating logistics centres.The project promoted the role of logistics centres in regional development as well as national and international logistics chains with emphasis laid on intermodal solutions. Further, the project ...
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The scientists from Lithuania, Poland and Russia have worked out a common strategy of ICZM for the Eastern Baltic Sea coastline.
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The main objective of the project is to develop and to apply in practice a complex of modern methods, which will give the chance of advanced prediction of oil spill tracks in the part of the Baltic Sea, adjacent to coasts of the Kaliningrad region.
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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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