Maritime Institute We have the honour to invite you to take part in the Conference „Environmental...

We have the honour to invite you to take part in the Conference „Environmental Aspects of the Maritime Investments”

Conference organisers:

Maritime Institute in Gdańsk, in cooperation with National Advocat of BONUS 185 Programme
Prof. Stanisław Massel.

Conference title:

„Environmental Aspects of the Maritime Investments”





Pomeranian and Science Technology Park, Al. Zwycięstwa 96/98, 81 - 451 Gdynia, Poland

Conference Language:

Simultaneous translation Polish/English

Session No. 1: „Environmental  Impact Assessment  in case of marine investments – theory and practice”

09.00 – 10.30

1.       “EIA process in large marine infrastructural projects – examples from Western Europe” Frank Thomsen, DHI (40’)

2.       Reviev of location and environmental procedures for offshore wind farms in Polish Marine Areas” Maciej Stryjecki, Sustainable Energy Foundation (20’)

3.       “Chemical munitions as an environmental factor of marine investments on the basis of the EUSBSR flagship project <<Assess the need to clean up chemical weapons>>” – Andrzej Podściański, Chief Inspectorate of Environmental Protection (20’)


10.30 – 11.00 – Coffee break

Session No. 2: „Possibilities of access to existing and newly collected environmental data in development of maritime investments in Poland”

11.00 – 12.30

1.       Baltic Sea monitoring as a source of reliable information on the marine environment” Włodzimierz Krzymiński, Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Maritime Branch in Gdynia, Małgorzata Marciniewicz-Mykieta, Chief Inspectorate of Environmental Protection (30’)

2.       „Sea birds in the Polish zone of the Baltic Sea – state of art and investigations”Włodzimierz Meissner, University of Gdańsk (25’)

3.       Development of wind farms vs. implications for Baltic fishery” – Eugeniusz Andrulewicz, Sea Fishery Institute (20')

12.30 – 13.30 – Lunch

Session No. 3: „Environmental monitoring as required for maritime investments – wishes and reality”.

13.30 – 15.00

  1. „Bottom habitats – methodology of evaluation of the benthic zone” – Andrzej Osowiecki, Maritime Institute in Gdańsk (25’)

2.       “Monitoring and modeling of environmental conditions, flora and fauna including marine mammals” – Frank Thomsen, DHI (30’)

3.       "FINO – German experience of interdisciplinary marine measurements" – Dagmara Żygowska, Germanischer Lloyd (30’)

 15.00 – 15.15 – Coffee break

Session No. 4: „EU and national funding possibilities for research activities in maritime investments development process”.

15.15 – 16.45

1.       „Strategic Research Agenda of Programme BONUS-185” – Stanisław Massel, Polish National Advocate of BONUS 185 Programme, Institute of Oceanology, PAS (30’)

2.       „Innovation in Offshore Wind Energy” Andreas Blutke, Generpol (15’)

 16.45 – 17.00 – Summary


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