The main objective of the HAZADR project was the establishment of a cross-border network for the prevention of risk and for the early management of emergencies related to pollution of the Adriatic Sea and its coasts.
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SymNet Project looks closer into the current status of the manufacturing, logistics, tourism and energy industries and the existing commercial networks in the Black Sea Basin as well as the dynamics of these four sectors in the participating countries.
SISQUONOR and Aquaspace
SISAQUA’s main objective is to contribute to the planning of aquaculture activities in Normandy region (France).
Netherlands - MSP
Online portal for access to data on activities in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
The project contributed to and updated the online coastal atlas for Belgium.
Web-GIS services were used to dynamically visualise conflicting interactions and derive density activity maps and/or conflicts maps.
BLAST - Bringing Land and sea together
Using the 27 climate change indicators developed by the European Expert Group on ICZM, COINS helps coastal planners take account of potential future impacts of climate change in their work.
A range of reports on stakeholder engagement activities, including reports on the annual coastal forum for Belgium; For Dorset a web-based interactive tool was developed, called "iCoast".