BSSSC Annual Conference 2019: BSSSC regions shaping the future of the Blue economy in the Baltic Sea Region
The BSSSC Annual Conference 2019 will take place in Klaipeda, Lithuania 18 - 20 September. The focus will be on sustainable maritime economy – BSSSC regions shaping the future of the Blue economy in the Baltic Sea Region.
The Blue Platform project is organising a session on ‘Blue Economy as a driver for growth and sustainability of coastal regions’:
The Blue Bio-economy is an important pillar for achieving sustainable and resource-efficient Blue Growth. The Blue Platform project (Interreg BSR 2018-2021) - led by the Finnish Environment Institute and the SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth synthesizes, promotes and encourages the uptake of results from the numerous Blue Bio-economy projects within the Baltic Sea Region. The project focuses on topics ranging from mussel and algae cultivation, legislation issues, innovative aquaculture systems, maritime planning, biotechnology and much more. This workshop will showcase the involvement of regions in the Blue Bio-economy and form a discussion platform for how regions can become more actively involved and take the lead in Blue Bio-economy sectors specifically.
Registration is open until 30 August.
Please refer to the event website for further details and updates.
The BaltcRIM lead partner State Archaeology Department of Schleswig-Holstein will give a speeach on Synergy effects in Schleswig-Holstein’s Maritime Cultural Heritage Management.