The Blue Bioeconomy Forum took place on 7 December 2018 in Amsterdam. Numerous SUBMARINER members contributed to the discussions of the first EU stakeholder event of the Blue Bioeconomy Forum. Check out the event report here to learn about the discussions and output of the Forum.
WATCH this nice animated VIDEO introducing the problem of marine litter, the way maritime sector contributes to aquaculture and the role of the AQUA-LIT project.
The great ‘shipworm’ threat and how to counter it through Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP).
An international conference "Underwater cultural heritage in Europe today“ aimed to bring together the practice and the regulative framework of underwater archaeology in Europe.
Stora Enso Oyj choose SFTec for a joint startup initiative organized by the Scandinavian company, Aalto University Developing Entrepreneurship (Aalto ENT) and Vertical Accelerator.
"The sea unites us and belongs to all of us". Watch this beautiful video developed within the frames of the Smart Blue Regions project to learn more about the blue bioeconomy potential of an Estonian region Ida-Viru.
Dear participants of the conference “The role of regions in fostering blue growth”, thank you for coming to Berlin on the 22nd of January and making a success of this event.
On 28-30 November, several members of the BalticRIM Project attended the Baltic Sea States Forum under the motto "Cultural Heritage in Promotion and Development of the Baltic Sea Region” at the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk, Poland.
Hoekmine and Vetik both successfully completed the Portuguese Blue Bio Value accelerator program.
On 26.-28. November 2018, several archaeologists and planners from the BalticRIM Project followed the invitation of the organiser of “ECHOPOLIS 2018: Nature & Culture” to present their project at this international conference, which goal it was identify and form synergies between the nature protection and cultural sectors in maritime spatial planning.
The lead partner of the BalticRIM project, State Archaeology Department of Schleswig-Holstein (ALSH) opened its gates on 24. November 2018 to sport-divers from Schleswig-Holstein and beyond. The occasion was a workshop with the title „Sporttaucher & Unterwasserkulturerbe“ (sport-divers and underwater cultural heritage).