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Interreg Baltic Sea Region is launching the second call for applications for project platforms in its priorities 1-3.

NorthSEE

An often-discussed theme in Maritime Spatial planning is the relation between Offshore Wind Farms (OWF) and shipping and how to plan to reduce conflict/risk between the two sectors.

RGI is a unique collaboration of NGOs and Transmission System Operators (TSOs) from across Europe.

The North Seas Countries’ Offshore Grid Initiative was a regional cooperation of 10 countries to facilitate the coordinated development of a possible offshore electricity grid in the greater North Sea area.

WinWind is a project that aims to enhance the socially inclusive and environmentally sound market uptake of wind energy through efforts to increase its social acceptance in 'wind energy scarce regions' (WESR).

The aim of the programme is to support development and foster sustained economic growth across the region.

The aim of the programme is to support development and foster sustained economic growth across the region.

NorthSEE

The report, produced under the NorthSEE project, provides a brief history and context of shipping in the North Sea and an overview of current routes used by vessels.

AquaSpace

The AquaSpace deliverable “Case study final reports” provides a detailed overview of the 17 case studies developed by the project to test tools and strategies for the sustainable development and spatial allocation of aquaculture in a variety of en

The Interreg Europe programme, financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), is designed to support policy-learning among the relevant policy organisations with a view to improving the performance of regional development policies and

HARMONY project

This report presents a first attempt to map human activities, pressures and potential cumulative impacts in the eastern parts of the North Sea. The mapping is based on existing data on human activities in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden.

The call for proposals aims to support the reduction, monitoring and quantification, removal and recycling of marine litter. In particular, this call aims at supporting projects that develop methodologies and technologies to: