RBR - Reviving Baltic Resilience (Seed Money)

Project description

The Baltic Sea faces challenges due to a surplus of phosphorus, nitrogen and pollutants (by being one of the busiest maritime areas in the world). The ongoing threat of a diminishing biodiversity and increased eutrophication (mainly due to NH3, NO?, PO4) is most likely the biggest challenge that the region currently faces from an environmental perspective. In addition to this, there has been a recent increase in awareness of the amounts of microplastics, up to 40 tonnes annually, being released to the Baltic Sea and the consequences these particles have on the maritime environment. The future project would like to address these issues.

Project total eligible budget
40 000,00 EUR
32 400,00 EUR
Project start date
01 Sep 2016
Project end date
31 Dec 2016
Lead partner
Name: Gdansk University of Technology
Address: Narutowicza 11/12, 80-233 Gdańsk
Region/Subregion: Gdański
Country: Poland
Project partner
Name: Klaipeda University
Address: Herkaus Manto 84, 92294 Klaipeda
Region/Subregion: Klaipedos apskritis
Country: Lithuania
Name: Municipality of Bastad
Address: Vangavägen 2, 26980 Bastad
Region/Subregion: Skane län
Country: Sweden
Name: Linnaeus University
Address: Universitetsplatsen 1, 35195 Växjö
Region/Subregion: Kalmar län
Country: Sweden
Category of intervention
012 Other renewable energy (including hydroelectric, geothermal and marine energy) and renewable energy integration (including storage, power to gas and renewable hydrogen infrastructure)