The Accessibilità Intermodalità is a joint management project in the Western Mediterranean basin of regional, national and cross-border transport systems to ensure a higher level intermodal services and accessibility to the poles of attraction, with regard to the flow of people and goods.
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The main objective of this project was to support the development of regional action plans and best practices for integrated monitoring programmes, coordinated programmes of measures and the filing of data gaps for Mediterranean marine waters and
The project promotes the sharing of marine and coastal management experiences in the Adriatic basin in order to foster the definition of a coherent and systematic planning and to contribute to the achievement of EUSAIR objectives.
AdriaticMos contributed to the development of the Motorways of the Sea (MoS) in the Adriatic area as a core segment of the transport system of the Eastern Mediterranean, in particular through the elaboration of the Adriatic MoS Masterplan.
ADRIPLAN aimed to deliver a commonly-agreed approach to cross-border MSP in the Adriatic-Ionian region, considered as a whole and more specifically through two Focus Areas: (1) Northern Adriatic Sea; (2) Southern Adriatic/Northern Ionian Sea.
The project developed shared methodologies and geospatial tools for multiple stressors assessment, coordinated environmental monitoring, multi-criteria analyses and stakeholders' engagements to develop concrete pilot actions and coordinated strategies in selected Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) to solve hot spots of conflicts affecting marine biodiversity and the services it provides.
The Project relies in the role of MPA for the sustainable development of local economic activities like artisanal, fishing and tourism.
The project strived to demonstrate that the Baltic Sea region aquaculture has the potential to become a sustainable and responsible food production system, accepted by all stakeholders. Aquabest aims to:
The aquaculture sector needs to increase production in the face of declining wild fish stocks and increased demand for seafood worldwide. Despite many government and EU initiatives to increase aquaculture development, European aquaculture product
The SMVM aims at defining the main orientations to the protection of maritime and seaside environment, to fisheries and culture farming, to leisure and sea leisure, while supporting a balanced development of these activities, while also giving activities preferences to every area.
The objective of ARCHAEOMAP is to develop balanced, interrelated policies with an integrated coastal zone management focus.
Transitional waters (TW) link adjacent river basins and marine areas and are critically important for the ecological health of the Baltic Sea. The European Water Policy and the EU Water Framework Directive set the guidelines for managing river basins, while marine areas are managed within the EU Maritime Spatial Planning framework.