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Three main objectives are defined. Within the basin, priority activities[1] are fishing and marine farming. They need to have a favoured access and permanent to resource and they need a good quality of water.
The development of multi-use sea platforms concept has become one of the EU’s most interesting and ambitious projects in order to ensure the integrated, sustainable and ecological exploitation of open sea resources.
With our programme The Rich North Sea we want to seize the unique opportunity which offshore wind farms offer to enhance nature in the North Sea.
TOPCONS is a Finnish-Russian co-operation project that developed innovative spatial tools for the regional planning and long-term invocation of the sea areas.
The Transboundary Planning in the European Atlantic project had the objective of investigating the delivery of a commonly-agreed approach to cross-border maritime spatial planning (MSP) in the European Atlantic region. TPEA was a pilot initiative, bringing together Government bodies, research centres and data agencies from the UK, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland.
Food safety remains a critical issue with outbreaks of foodborne illnesses resulting in substantial costs to individuals, the food industry and the economy.
TUNE UP is a multi-module project tackling the need for a strategic and collaborative approach to Med MPAs management and biodiversity protection, by testing and capitalizing a multi-stakeholder/multi-level governance tool based on River/Wetland C
Scientific underwater research in the Western Black Sea area has been performed only occasionally. The project aimed to promote the development of SMEs by supporting initiatives in the underwater tourism sector.
The UNITED project aims to prove that the co-existence of different activities in the same marine space is a feasible option (from an economic, social and environmental perspectives) for European maritime industry and local ecosystems.
Vectors was an EU funded project with 38 partner institutions from 16 different countries.
VELMU collects data on the occurrence of underwater marine biotopes, species and communities in Finland’s marine waters. The programme contributes to the Baltic marine protection and to the sustainable use of the sea and its natural resources.
In order to enable effective management, many measurements are carried out in the Wadden Sea area (see map), both under standard ongoing programmes and on individual project basis.