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
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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.
The ARCHEOSUb project (Autonomous underwater Robotic and sensing systems for Cultural Heritage discovery Conservation and in situ valorisation) is set up with the purpose of developing products and services to support the discovery of new underwat
ARGOS sets up a common framework for governance where all Institutions competent for fisheries and aquaculture in the Programme area act as a whole in the management and protection of shared biological resources, under the best scientific guidance
ARIEL project is jointly promoted and developed by 9 scientific and institutional partners of 4 Countries (Italy, Croatia, Greece and Montenegro) and focuses on small-scale fishery and aquaculture which are two key drivers for blue and sustainable
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.
BALANCE aimed towards development of informed marine management tools for the Baltic Sea based on spatial planning and cross-sectoral and transnational co-operation.
The underwater landscape of the Baltic Sea is a unique ecological and cultural-historical environment resulting from the combination of a long seafaring history and good preservation conditions.
The aim of the BaltCoast project was to combine numerous concrete pilot projects and measures across the German, Swedish and Finnish Baltic Coast with the development of processes and regulations for spatial planning.
One of the most serious challenges the Baltic Sea is facing is eutrophication, the enrichment of ecosystems by chemical nutrients.
The Baltic Data Flows project, funded by the EU Innovation and Networks Agency (INEA), will enhance the sharing and harmonisation of data on the marine environment originating from existing sea monitoring programmes.