The aim of the conference is to raise awareness on the benefits and opportunities of Baltic mussel production and use, and furthermore establish a Baltic mussel farming Working Group that works to maximise these benefits in the Baltic Sea Region.
The project “Growing Algae Sustainably in the Baltic Sea” with the acronym GRASS is an Interreg BSR funded project from the 3rd call. GRASS aims to unlock the potential of macroalgae production and application in the Baltic Sea Region.
The Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, the EUSBSR, describes cooperation and networking as one of the key tools to reach the aims of the strategy. During 2017 and 2018, a series of seminars was arranged for managing authorities in the EMFF and representatives of Fishery Local Action Groups (FLAGs).
The project Algae2Future (A2F) aims to lay the foundation for industrial microalgae production in Norway by utilizing natural resources and waste streams from existing production lines within agriculture, aquaculture and process industry.
The Symposium gathered researchers and representatives of relevant industrial sectors from Nordic countries and other European regions working with micro- and macroalgae.
On 5-6 February 2019, Atlantic Branch of P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences, hosted the 3rd project partner meeting.
Three years past its launch, the project Baltic Blue Growth provides impressive findings and innovative offers for the beneift of the next generation of mussel farms in the Baltic Sea. Mussel research plants installed within the frame of BONUS Optimus helped to improve the water salinity indicators. BBG stakeholders will meet in Rostock on 19 March.
The workshop about seaweed “Towards Regenerative Marine Industries” will take place between 24 February-10 March 2019 Kristineberg (Sweden) at the marine research station.
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).