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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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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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... 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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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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Spatial Planning in Coastal Zones (PlanCoast)

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

... ng the role of spatial planning within coastal zone management. In pilot projects the land as well as the seaside will be considered when developing and implementing new fields of spatial planning in maritime areas (sea-use planning) throughout the EU's coastal zones in a coherent manner while complying to international standards and facilitating international exchange and comparison of informatio ...
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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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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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Background The EU has a long and complex coastline where natural hazards, including instability, erosion, coastal flooding, landslides and hydrogeological elements present significant risks to land use and development. Intensive coastal development and continuing development pressures are exacerbating challenges posed to coastal communities by the impact ...
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Transportation of passengers and goods increases dramatically in the South Baltic Sea area. However, existing infrastructure and transport solutions are not enough equipped to manage the growth in an efficient and sustainable way. The challenging development called upon joint actions among organisations in several countries and on various levels. In the Baltic Gateway project, regional and local a ...
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INland TRAnsports on SEA routes (INTRASEA)

Start date: Jun 30, 2003, End date: Feb 1, 2006,

... and rail to waterways and increased cargo volumes will be as environmentally friendly as possible. The subject of the INTRASEA project is utilizing the waterborne transport to inland markets, feeding maritime ports and unbroken chain of waterborne transport. The shift from road and rail to inland shipping is a potential for development in the Baltic Sea Region. INTRASEA is an interregional project ...
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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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