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FLAGSHIP PROJECTS promoting the Bioeconomy in the Baltic Sea Region

 

RDI2CluB unites authorities, research, development and innovation (RDI) institutes and business development bodies from five regions to a joint quest of boosting smart and sustainable bioeconomy development in the rural areas of Baltic Sea Region

Project leader | Anna Aalto Institute of Bioeconomy, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland

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RDI2CluB : Homepage

RDI2CluB : Facebook

RDI2CluB : Twitter

RDI2CluB

 

Project Platform with the aim to work towards sustainable manure and nutrient management for reduction of nutrient loss in the Baltic Sea Region.

Communication Director | Paula Biveson, Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG)

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The SuMaNu platform consists of four projects:

Manure Standards Interreg Baltic Sea Region Baltic Slurry Acidification - Interreg Baltic Sea Region
GreenAgri - Central Baltic Sea RegionBONUS PROMISE - Bonus Program

SuMaNu

 

Manure Standards is two-year (10/2017–09/2019) project aiming to provide farmers, advisors, authorities and policy-makers enhanced capacity to govern and to turn manure use towards improved sustainability and resource-efficiency.

Project leader | Sari Luostarinen, LUKE Natural Resource Institutes Finland

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Manure Standards : Homepage

Manure Standards : Twitter

Manure Standards

 

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Baltic Slurry Acidification aims to reduce nitrogen loss from livestock production by promoting the use of slurry acidification techniques in the Baltic Sea region. Baltic Slurry Acidification is a part of Interreg Baltic Sea Programme Agri Project Platform SuMaNu, together with Manure Standards, GreenAgri/Central Baltic Programme and Promise/Bonus Programme.

Project leader | Erik Sindhöj, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

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Baltic Slurr : Homepage

Baltic Slurr : Facebook

Baltic Slurry Acidification

 

Flow Baltic functions as an umbrella for cooperation and research projects in the area of management of water flows in agricultural areas.

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There are currently two projects under the FLOW Baltic umbrella :
NUTRINFLOW : Homepage

WATERDRIVE : (Webapge under construction)

Flow Baltic

 

The project aims at enabling the target groups to develop and promote sustainable coastal fishing tourism and simultaneously advance integrated implementation of CFP, WFD, MSFD and HELCOM recommendations, by addressing these key challenges.

Contact: Sandra Oisalu, Baltic Environmental Forum Estonia

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Retrout : Homepage

Retrout : Twitter

Retrout

 

BONUS BLUEWEBS is designed to deliver an assessment of the consequences of simultaneously achieving the good environmental status and providing blue growth (i.e. the capability of Baltic Sea food webs to sustainably produce ecosystem goods and services).

Project leader: Laura Uusitalo, Finnish Environment Institute

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BONUS BLUEWEBS : Homepage

BONUS BLUEWEBS : Facebook

BONUS BLUEWEBS : Twitter

BONUS BLUEWEBS

 

The EFINord acts as an umbrella for forestry related projects within the EUSBSR.

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EFINord : Homepage

EFINord

COMPLETED PROJECTS

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