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EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region () reinforces cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region to tackle common problems and benefit from common opportunities.
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EUSBSR Nov 16
Thank you🤝, everyone, for active participation and your interest in our ! campaign promoting and raising awareness about the and its achievements. Keep up the good work! 👍
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PA Innovation Nov 15
Niclas Forsling summarizing the BSR S3 innovation journey from 2015 to present. There is a strong basis to build on.
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VASAB Nov 15
Happy team after the last project partner meeting! See you all soon on 13 - 14 February, 2019 in Hamburg at the final conference - Connecting Seas!
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Krista Kampus Nov 16
Climate Dialogue Platform’s 9th RT Meeting in Riga. Participants from 9 BSR countries discuss about the state of national adaptation policy development and the .
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EUSBSR Nov 16
is not the only macroregional strategy in Europe. There are also: ➡️ EU Strategy for the Alpine Region ➡️ EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region ➡️ The Danube Region Strategy Check them out! !
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CPMR/BSC Nov 15
The is supporting the creation of a Ecosystem in the Baltic Sea Region. Kai Böhme, Spatial Foresight on the topic of Baltic Sea Region as a front runner in innovation. Also discussing regional needs and upcoming revision of the .
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Sverige i EU Nov 15
Här kan du se en kort film om EU:s Östersjöstrategi som är ett samarbete mellan EU:s länder runt Östersjön. Nästa år fyller strategin, vars mål är att rädda havsmiljön, länka samman regionen och öka välståndet, tio år.
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VASAB Nov 8
Join the concluding workshop of the joint transnational spatial vision of on November 27 in Berlin. Register now -
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EUSBSR Nov 15
The prosperity and sustainable growth of the Baltic Sea Region are reliant on well-functioning transport 🚗connections 🚋 between the metropolitan areas and other economic centres within its territory but also with other parts of Europe. !
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ESPON Nov 14
Francesco Pagliacci presenting the socioeconomic clusters of regions by macroregion, during the ESPON scientific event.
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CPMR/BSC Nov 14
The NSB CoRe is one of the flagships of the . transport working group follow this project closely. will present the transnational spatial vision of the NSB CoRe Corridor at the Transport Working Group in Gävleborg next week. !
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CPMR/BSC Nov 13
Maritime Spatial Platform of the in the making:
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Interreg Baltic Sea Nov 13
helps exploit the potential of inland waterways and river-sea shipping for better connectivity in the .
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EUSBSR Nov 13
The PA Transport Flagship NSB CoRe (North Sea-Baltic Connector of Regions) improves sustainable internal and external accessibility and supports the TEN-T policy implementation in regional perspective. ! ➡️
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CPMR/BSC Nov 13
The has launched a new instrument: a platform call. Now listening to talking about the good ground to build on in in the
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Interreg Baltic Sea Nov 12
funds 54 flagships to better connect the region, help save the & increase prosperity in . In this way, contributes to the implementation of the strategy.
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EUSBSR Nov 13
The aims at tackling the challenges and opportunities focusing on Inland Navigation and River-Sea Shipping in the Baltic Sea Region 🇱🇹🇩🇪🇫🇮🇸🇪🇵🇱. EMMA inspires and contributes to the discussion on the future of EU transport policy. !
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CPMR/BSC Nov 12
The transport working group will meet in Gävleborg next week to discuss revision of the -T and .
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Eeva Hietanen Nov 12
Yhteistyö on harvoin huono idea. Tässäkin vain voitettavaa !
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EUSBSR Nov 12
Transport is particularly important in the Baltic Sea region. Wider regional cooperation is needed to overcome the transport bottlenecks. Many of the planned major infrastructure projects only make sense if you look at them from a macro-regional perspective !
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