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Europe is currently the world leader in wave energy and thus there are significant opportunities for green jobs associated with its development and deployment. Wave energy costs remain high compared to con-ventional forms of energy.
Through OURCOAST, the European Commission aims to ensure that lessons learned from the coastal management experiences and practices can be shared and are made accessible to those who are seeking sustainable solutions to their coastal management pr
Pan Baltic Scope was a collaboration between 12 planning authorities and organisations around the Baltic Sea in 2018 and 2019. We worked towards bringing better maritime spatial plans for the Baltic Sea Region.
The objective of PANACeA is to streamline networking and management efforts in Mediterranean Protected Areas (PAs) as a mechanism to enhance nature conservation and protection in the region. The project aims to ensure synergies between relevant Me
The ambition of the PartiSEApate project was to develop a pan-Baltic approach to the topics whose spatial dimension crosses national borders.
About the project PEGASEAS was an INTERREG IVa cross Channel capitalisation project between France and the United Kingdom and its aim was to promote the efficient governance of the Channel ecosystem.
Building on existing capacities, PEGASO aimed at developing common approaches and tools to support integrated policies for the coastal, marine and maritime realms of the Mediterranean and Black Sea basins.
PERICLES promotes sustainable, participatory governance of cultural heritage in European coastal and maritime regions.
The North Sea Region is a crucial area for Europe's Blue Economy with marine resources, technologically-advanced industries, major port areas and increased offshore activities.
The overall scientific objectives of PERSEUS were to identify the interacting patterns of natural and human-derived pressures on the Mediterranean and Black Seas, assess their impact on marine ecosystems and, using the objectives and principles of
The general objective of the PHAROS4MPAs project is to enhance management effectiveness and networking for Mediterranean MPAs, in order to contribute to the conservation of marine biodiversity and natural ecosystems, taking into account the comple