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EU Interreg Central Baltic Programme funding to the SustainBaltic project

News 2016-10-17 at 14:41

EU Interreg Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 is funding the implementation of the SustainBaltic project (ICZM Plans for Sustaining Coastal and Marine Human-ecological Networks in the Baltic Region) with around 1.023.000 e from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Active project period is of 27 months during 2016-2018. University of Turku is a lead partner and the project partners of SustainBaltic are Regional Council of Satakunta, Estonian University of Applied Sciences, Finnish Environment Institute, the University of Tallinn and County Government of Lääne-Viru in Estonia.

In a nutshell, SustainBaltic is targeting to: Four ICZM case plans from Estonia (2) and Finland (2), which are produced based on the current spatial data on ecological, land use and human activities. SustainBaltic's project team is experienced explicitly well in the regional level planning, participatory methods, human-environmental research, species and habitat level protection, and GIS analyses as well.

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