Predicting the future and preparing selves for unexpected developments has always been in people`s minds. As a response developing shared visions and setting joint goals is crucial to thrive our territories and strengthen the resilience of our communities and places we live, work or enjoy.
Youth involvement in policy-making processes is top on the agenda for many organisations, and has been so for many years. The European Union is an active advocate for young voices and has developed various tools and ideas in the framework of the EU Youth Strategy, and the EU macro-regional strategies are following this path.
The year 2021 has been an exciting for PA Hazards as we have welcomed one new flagship project and two new flagship leaders into our organization, writes PA Coordinator Eva Iveroth.
Blue-algae rafts in the Baltic Sea have been a common gatecrasher in summer for many years. In addition, extreme weather conditions have been forecasted to be more regular in the future due to the climate change. Increasing precipitation and winters without snow cover will enhance soil erosion and nutrient leaching into the Baltic Sea, promoting eutrophication.
On May 20 2021, EUSBSR Policy Areas 'Ship', 'Safe', 'Energy' and 'Transport' showed a great example of the power of joint effort by organizing a webinar "Alternative Fuels: Impacts on Maritime Safety and the Environment in the Baltic Sea Region".
In 2017, the EUSBSR flagship project ECOPRODIGI embarked on its three-year journey to find solutions for cleaner shipping in the Baltic Sea region. During the implementation, it became clear that there was still more to explore. This need for further exploration resulted in a continuation project EXOPRODIGI which was kicked of right after ECOPRODIGI finished.
The 4th Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum will take place on 1 – 2 June 2021, online and will be broadcasted from Latvia. The Forum is organised by two Interreg BSR projects Capacity4MSP, a flagship of the EUSBSR, and Land-Sea-Act. Forum serves as a final conference for both projects.
Monday, 17 May 2021

Regional culture in EUSBSR

Have you ever wondered what the culture of the Baltic Sea Region is and how it is defined? Regional culture – the whole of the environment and the cultural activities carried out therein that is created and fostered by the residents of the region.
Monday, 12 April 2021

Boost to the blue bioeconomy

The Better Off Blue online event series is a collaborative effort between three Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects (GRASS, Alliance+ and Blue Platform), spearheaded by the SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth.
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