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Aquaculture provides more than half of the fish used for human consumption, contributing to food security and nutrition, economic growth and improved livelihoods.

MARSPLAN - BS

The Eforie Case Study was undertaken by the National Institute for Marine Research and Development “Grigore Antipa”, Constanta, Romania, as part of the EU co-funded project on cross border maritime spatial planning in the Black Sea, Romania and Bu

During the last decades, increasing demands on marine resources and unsustainable activities taking place in the marine area compromise the future use of the marine environment.

MARSPLAN - BS

The Sfantu Gheorghe Case Study was undertaken by the National Institute for Research and Development “Danube Delta”, Tulcea, Romania, as part of the EU co-funded project on cross border maritime spatial planning in the Black Sea, Romania and Bulga

The Call is open for the project proposals contributing to all Programme thematic objectives and priorities: promoting business and entrepreneurship within the Black Sea basin and promoting coordination of environmental protection and joint reduction of marine litter.

Measure 5.4 “Processing fishery and aquaculture products” will contribute to achieving the specific objective “Encouraging investments in processing and marketing sectors”.

This call for proposals aims to support activities under Measure 2.2 “Productive investments in aquaculture” in terms of upgrading facilities and diversification of incomes of aquaculture companies.