The kick-off event of the new Blue Platform project took place in Helsinki on 5-6 November. Blue Platform will increase awareness of existing Blue Bioeconomy knowledge in the Baltic, and focuses on streamlining activities both now and in the future.
Food from farms is a big part of our everyday life. We have become frequent consumers of aquaculture products, but we know little about where they come from and under what conditions they are farmed, especially crustaceans like shrimp.
The Biomarine Business Convention took place on 2- 4 Oct. 2018 in Cascais, Portugal. SUBMARINER members and project partners attended this great event.
The MUSES Final Conference took place on 10th October 2018 at Crowne Plaza Le Palace in Brussels. The main aim of the conference was to disseminate project results and discuss the way forward for multi-use in European Seas.
More than 6000 participants attended the European Week of Regions and Cities, where SUBMARINER was presenting tangible outputs from its ongoing Interreg projects and introduced the SUBMARINER success story to many interested visitors.
A transnational workshop took place on the Öland island off the south-east coast of Sweden. 25 experts and practitioners from across the Baltic Sea as well as Canada came together to share experiences and to give advice on the best techniques and how to turn mussel farming into a profitable business.
27 representatives from 17 member organisations joined us at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel for a full day members assembly.
Southwest Finland, partner of the Smart Blue Regions project, just launched a new website presenting blue growth success stories and opportunities in the region: blue growth in Southwest Finland - http://sininenkasvu.fi.