BalticSeaSafe project aims for creating a well justified guidance, resulting in recommendations and position papers on environmental monitoring and license conditions for cultivation of seaweed in the Baltic Sea with regard to environmental safety.
MULTI-FRAME project aims to increase the knowledge base and capacity of public and private actorsfor ocean MU systems, by providing concrete open source tools, assessment results and best practice examples.
Career opportunities for young people in the blue economy
Growing Algae Sustainably in the Baltic Sea.
UNITED - multi-Use platforms and co-locatioN pilots boosting cost-effecTive, and Eco-friendly and sustainable production in marine environments
Capacity4MSP will create a practically oriented and interactive collaboration platform for MSP stakeholders, decision- and policy makers that will inform, support and enhance on-going MSP efforts by capitalising on the outcomes of various transnational MSP projects and national MSP processes.
Advancing Blue Bioeconomy Capacities in the Baltic Sea Region.
BalticRIM will analyse the relationship between Maritime Cultural Heritage (MCH) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP).
The Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance matched its users to the services, facilities and experts they need to take their product idea to the next level.
Baltic Blue Growth established fully operational mussel farms in the Baltic Sea to counteract eutrophication and create new blue growth opportunities.
InnoAquaTech promoted cross-border development and transfer of innovative sustainable and environmentally friendly aquaculture technologies in the South Baltic area.
Smart Blue Regions supported regions to implement their research and innovation strategies in marine and maritime sectors.
The aim of the MUSES project (Multi-Use in European Seas) was to explore the opportunities for Multi-Use in European Seas across all EU sea basins.
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