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As Europe seeks to emerge from the consequences of the economic crisis, the importance of territorial cohesion in supporting ‘smart sustainable and inclusive growth’ is becoming ever more apparent.
ATLAS will provide essential new knowledge of deep ocean ecosystems in the North Atlantic.
Since 2009, CISE is being developed by the European Commission together with the Member States including civilian and military authorities as well as the European agencies operating in the maritime field.
The European Atlas of the Seas is an innovative application which has been designed for anyone wanting to learn more about Europe’s seas and coastal regions and about the people who live and work along Europe’s coasts.
As an echo to the threats that represents the coastal erosion, both the European Parliament and the European Commission have felt the need to undertake a Europe- wide study meant to provide quantified evidence that coastal erosion in Europe does constitute a problem of growing magnitude that public authorities do not always succeed in containing.
The aim of FABENA is the development of a scientific bases for the integration of nature conservation concerns into maritime spatial planning (MSP) processes.
The FishMPABlue2 project is the follow-up of the FishMPABlue project (July 2014-June 2015) funded by Interreg MED Programme. FishMPABlue carried out an analysis of the management of small scale fishery (SSF) within and around a set of Mediterranea
The FloTEC project will demonstrate the potential for floating tidal stream turbines to provide low-cost, high-value energy to the European grid mix. The FloTEC project has 5 core objectives:
GAP2 is building upon the success of GAP1, an 18 months project running from 2007 to 2009, also funded by the European Commission’s FP7 programme.
The project investigated four economically important fish species from the North and South of Europe: North Sea sandeel, Icelandic capelin, Black Sea anchovy and Black Sea sprat.
GPS Azores Project will contribute to fill a knowledge gap on maritime existing and potential uses; on conflicts “uses-uses”‖ and “uses-environment”‖, and on existing and potential and on Best Sustainable Development Scenarios for Maritime Spatial
GRASS aims to close the legislative gap for macroalgae cultivation in order to facilitate its introduction to the market as food, energy and consumables, such as plastics.