The final conference “The role of regions in fostering blue growth” – Smart Blue Regions Project

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On 22nd January 2019 in Berlin the conference “The role of regions in fostering blue growth” took place. It was the final conference of Smart Blue Regions Project. Regions engaged in the project have been at the forefront of Blue Growth across the Baltic Sea area. Whether it is for shipping, blue bio-technology, coastal tourism or aquaculture, regions have developed innovative approaches to enhance Blue Growth. This conference was built upon the results of several transnational projects that all aim to foster blue growth – from regions and for regions in the BSR.
This conference especially focused on paving the way for regional blue growth cooperation; smart specialisation and multi-use as drivers for blue growth; approaches to financing blue growth cooperation and policy measures and support structures for fostering blue growth.

Read more: https://www.submariner-network.eu/projects/smartblueregions/smart-blue-regions-news/447-conference-the-role-of-regions-in-fostering-blue-growth-presentations-are-available-online
 

The Multi-Use in European Seas (MUSES) project delivered!

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 727451

 The MUSES project was a two year Horizon 2020 funded project exploring the opportunities for Multi-Use in European Seas across five sea basins: Baltic Sea, North Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and Eastern Atlantic. For a brief overview of the project and its findings, please visit the website and watch the video: https://muses-project.eu/ 

The core deliverable of the MUSES project is the Action Plan presenting real opportunities for multi-use in European Seas, including the scope for innovation and Blue Growth potential. It highlights where benefits can be realized, draws attention to barriers that can be overcome and provide recommendations on what actions are needed in order to enable this. The Action Plan and its Executive summary is available for downloading https://muses-project.eu/downloads/

Final conference of the MUSES project took place on 10th October 2018 in Brussels, Belgium. It was the opportunity to engage with a wide range of stakeholders from the business community, public administrations, research and academia. Throughtout the number of presentation, pannels and interactive sessions, final conference of the MUSES project offered a platform for all stakeholders who has been engaged during the project, to highlight their particular cases, needs and concerns in further promoting concrete realisation of multi-use projects. 


 

 

The Annual Baltic Sea States Sub-regional Cooperation Conference

The Annual Baltic Sea States Sub-regional Cooperation Conference took place from 10-12 September in Gdansk, Poland. This year, the theme was solidarity, participation and smart action for a better future. Smart Blue Regions project partner "Association Pomorskie in the EU", was the main organiser of the workshop “Smart societies - Blue Growth regions" happening on the 1st day of the conference.

 

CEDA-MIG Joint Symposium on Advances in Dredging Technology 2018

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CEDA-MIG Joint Symposium on Advances in Dredging Technology 2018


The Symposium will be held on 10th October in Gdansk Science and Technology Park. The Symposium is organised by Central Dredging Association (CEDA) and Maritime Institute in Gdansk supported by Gdansk Science and Technology Park (GSTP), Pomeranian Special Economic Zone and Baltic Port Organisation (BPO). The aim of the event is knowledge exchange between international and local experts on high-interest topics for senior members of the professional dredging community. Whether you represent the industry as a project owner, dredging contractor, consultant, researcher or manufacturer, attending this Symposium will be an invaluable use of your time.

We are in the process of finalising the one-day programme which will:

  • draw on the collective knowledge and experience of CEDA’s Environment Commission and Dredging Management Commission to provide the latest details on their current work including: beneficial use of sediments; energy efficiency of dredging projects, dredging technology developments versus requirements; how to avoid project booby traps; and more;
  • include presentations from local speakers representing MIG, GSTP and BPO and will cover the latest on placing dredged sediment in the Baltic Sea; and an update on GSTP projects;
  • include a site visit to Port of Gdansk and a brainstorming session followed by a Symposium dinner.

You can expect a full day of updates, current thinking and best practice, with plenty of opportunities to network with your fellow senior professionals. The full programme will be available very soon but, in the meantime, put the date in your diary and register your place.

Participation is free of charge

Symposium programme

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Conference “The Role of Regions in fostering Blue Growth”

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Smart Blue Regions conference 'The Role of Regions in fostering Blue Growth'

On 22 January 2019 the Smart Blue Regions project together with the other SUBMARINER Network projects will host the Conference “The Role of Regions in fostering Blue Growth” in Berlin.

Regions have been at the forefront of Blue Growth across the Baltic Sea Region. Whether it is for shipping, blue bio-technology, coastal tourism or aquaculture, regions have developed innovative approaches to enhance Blue Growth. This conference will build upon the results of several transnational projects that all aim to foster Blue Growth – from regions and for regions in the BSR. This conference is the forum for the Blue Growth cooperation of tomorrow.

For more information please click here

 

The Multi-Use in European Seas (MUSES) project Final Conference

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 727451

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The Multi-Use in European Seas (MUSES) project Final Conference

Taking place in Brussels on 10th October, our final conference will engage a wide range of interested stakeholders from the business community, public administrations, research and academia. The aim is to present the EU-wide Multi-Use Action Plan that addresses a variety of multi-use combinations including those driven by, for example, offshore renewable energy in combination with different types of aquaculture, or those driven by the tourism sector in combination with underwater cultural heritage or fisheries (“pescatourism”).The conference will be a chance to learn more about the opportunities in our case study areas and the results from various pilot projects. It is also expected to be a platform for relevant blue growth actors to discuss the Action Plan and consider possible commitments to advance multi-use development in Europe.

Our ambition is not only to present the Action Plan, but to also offer a platform for all stakeholders with whom MUSES partners have been engaged throughout the project, to highlight their particular cases, needs and concerns in further promoting concrete realisation of multi-use projects.

To register your interest to attend the conference, please follow this link: https://goo.gl/forms/PFKdbTqpUzvZI6qI2

 
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