Highlights

Spatial planning can be defined as the coordination of practices and policies affecting spatial organization. Spatial planning includes all levels of land use planning including urban planning, regional planning, national spatial plans, and in the European Union regional and international levels.
Monday, 28 September 2020

EUSBSR in the eyes of innovators

Nowadays, while the world is changing rapidly, innovation is everywhere around us and digital transformation encompassed all areas of life. Steve Jobs once said, “innovation is the ability to see change as an opportunity – not a threat.”
It is not far from now when the Baltic Sea Region family will meet again at the EUSBSR Annual Forum. On 20 October 2020, first ever online EUSBSR Forum will take place. Let’s Communicate project team took the opportunity to meet the organisers to find out what to await from this event.
Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Meet the Flagship: Capacity4MSP

At the National Coordinators' online meeting on 29-30 June 2020 Capacity 4MSP project under Horizontal Action Spatial Planning was granted a Flagship status. Let’s get to know Capacity 4MSP and see what the project brings to the EUSBSR.
Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Meet the Flagship: EMERGE project

At the National Coordinators' online meeting on 29-30 June 2020  EMERGE project under the Policy Area Ship was granted a Flagship status. Let’s get to know EMERGE and see what the project brings to the EUSBSR.
In order to implement EUSBSR successfully capacity building for actors involved in the implementation of the Strategy is needed so that they are able to navigate in the multilevel governance system of the region, identify and address gaps within thematic areas.
Biobord platform developed in BSR Interreg project RDI2CluB, connects bioeconomy innovation networks around the Baltic Sea Region to share ideas, find partners and work together to create business opportunities in bioeconomy.
The interdisciplinary Flagship research project has evaluated the risk of weapon landfills in the Baltic Sea.
Close to 300 startups and entrepreneurs have benefited from improved incubation services, thanks to a project aimed at improving incubation services in the Baltic Sea region, called IRIS. 
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