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MARRIAGE initiates cooperation & exchange in the fields of water tourism marketing, marina management & operation and marina network consolidation in the southern Baltic rim (Vorpommern DE, Zachodniopomorskie & Pomorskie /PL, Kaliningrad / RU, Klaipeda region / LT). The overall aim is to increase incomes from water tourism in the participating regions, which are mostly lagging behind in these resp ...
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Household Participation in Waste Management (HPWM)

Start date: Apr 30, 2010, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

... nt. A seminar was arranged in Szczecin in January, that was well visited and appreciated. As a follow up to the new knowledge the polish partners obtained waste plans and fees from Kristianstad municipality were translated to polish and discussed on detailed level in connection to a study visit. In March a work-shop for defining the needs and possibilities for a “Baltic Sea Waste Management Coo ...
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Food Hygiene and Food Safety in the Baltic Region (Focus on Food)

Start date: May 31, 2011, End date: Nov 29, 2013,

The idea with the project is to harmonize the way in which we interpret our common food legislation. We also want to raise competence among controlstaff and increase interest in foodhygiene and food related issues among foodbusinesses and consumers. Since a couple of years there has been a cooperation between Swedish and German foodinspectors which has resulted in joint projects. When the idea abo ...
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WOMEN IN NET 8 (WINNET 8)

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

WINNET 8 involves regions in 8 member states i.e Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Sweden and UK engaged in policy development to address the problems with low employment rates among women in combination with horizontally segregated labour markets and the lack of women in entrepreneurship, innovation and technology, Problems constituting obstacles for regional competitiveness. T ...
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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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n Urban Reduction of Eutrophication (PURE)

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

Eutrophication is a major problem in the Baltic Sea. Its caused by excessive phosphorus and nitrogen loads coming from land-based sources. At least 95% of the phosphorus load enter the Baltic Sea waterborne and a major part of this load originates from point sources. Here the municipal waste water treatment plants (WWTPs) play the primary role. New actions to reduce the amount of phosphorus from t ...
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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 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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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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Focusing on the Baltic Sea Region (BSR), the project "Developing Policies & Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Region" (ASTRA) assesses regional impacts of the ongoing global change in climate. Its aim is to develop adequate climate change adaptation strategies and policies, together with relevant stakeholders, such as planners and decision makers.The ASTRA project uses clim ...
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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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The project focuses on: • natural and cultural information resources of the lagoons • their transnational usage• structuring this information to provide a holistic approach for a maritime cultural landscape • symptomatics of lagoons• basis for a unique tourism development of Baltic lagoons • Synergetic aspects of similar geographical regions in the EU are expected• This will be done by using regio ...
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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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The European Route of Brick Gothic has become a six-borders-crossing European cultural route in the Baltic Sea Region inviting local inhabitants and visitors and media to experience this outstanding cultural heritage. The route has been organized in a non-profit association open to extensions with natural persons and further cities/bodies, founded in September 2007. The website www.eurob.org and a ...
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The overall objective of PORT-NET is to identify and tackle the main challenges faced by the European ports industry in order to create better operational structures and capacities and achieve the best possible regional integration of ports. Since ports are an important link of the transport chain, sub-objectives are to increase the quality of port services and to encourage cost efficient and envi ...
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InterMETREX

Start date: Mar 31, 2003, End date: Nov 29, 2007,

The achievement of the objectives of the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP), of harmonious, balanced and sustainable development, depends to a large extent on the effectiveness of metropolitan governance and spatial planning and development practice. InterMETREX offers practical benefits by enhancing the competence, capability and processes of existing metropolitan planning, and by pr ...
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The objective of this project was to develop new strategies and methods for concrete action on the local level, to meet following challenges:1. Developed urban management - City renewal towards sustainability (housing, trade and industry, culture, commerce, transport, PPP);2. Cities as regional engines - Urban renewal and regional development towards functional urban regions and sustainability (de ...
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... where a presentation of the GIS coastal integrated features for spatial planning was made, as a concrete real application of the activities made for and with the local coastal authority of the Rewal Municipality. All relevant informations regarding the MESSINA operation and especially the MESSINA Coastal Toolkit can be seen and downloaded from the operation website www.interreg-messina.org
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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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The objective of this project was to develop new strategies and methods for concrete action on the local level, to meet following challenges:1. Developed urban management - City renewal towards sustainability (housing, trade and industry, culture, commerce, transport, PPP);2. Cities as regional engines - Urban renewal and regional development towards functional urban regions and sustainability (de ...
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INland TRAnsports on SEA routes (INTRASEA)

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

The waterborne transport to inland markets and the usage of the Inland Waterways has a substantial potential in the Baltic Sea Region. The volume of goods transport in the Baltic Sea Region and on inland waterways is constantly growing. Further to the growing transport volumes, the inland and short-sea shipping benefit the advantage to transport cargo in an environmentally friendly way. One of the ...
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The overall aim of the BALTIC+ project was to form a permanent political platform for co-ordination and management of spatial development strategies and actions in a macro-region consisting of Skåne in Sweden, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Berlin and Brandenburg in Germany, and Western Pomerania in Poland. Agriculture and forestry, tourism, communication and infrastructure as well as promoting collabora ...
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The Baltic Sea Region features an impressive cultural heritage of brick Gothic as well as a beautiful and multifaceted natural landscape. From 2002 on, these characteristics have been linked together successfully within the European Route of Brick Gothic (EuRoB) offering well balanced and diversified travel opportunities especially for fastidious visitors. The 22 participating cities and counties ...
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