European Maritime Day 2021
European cooperation helps to raise the quality of life – in and all around the Baltic Sea. The Interreg South Baltic Programme projects work on developing innovative solutions to challenges detected in the programming area, preventing risk and hazards related to the sea, and improving the quality of life and professional competencies of its inhabitants.
Let’s see what areas, in particular, cover our projects and their examples!
Protection of the Baltic Sea water directly and indirectly.
Counteracting the climate change which affects the coasts of the Baltic Sea.
Security at the sea – safely and responsibly undertaking hazards at the sea.
Aquaculture – an innovative sector of the maritime economy with a huge potential for growth and a job market.
Coastal and sustainable maritime tourism where the protection of cultural and natural heritage are key points.
Blue economy with jobs in the maritime industry
Sustainable transport reducing transports costs and carbon footprint.
The video shows organisations and people who have cooperated across borders to tackle a variety of maritime challenges in different parts of Europe, including our project COASTAL Biogas. It has been produced by the Interreg Knowledge of the Seas Network, coordinated by Interact Programme .