As many as 26 projects that are due to end this year have applied for an extension stage in order to implement additional activities that will increase an overall impact of the project outcomes, and in this way further contribute to a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea region.
On 5-6 February 2020 the Joint Programming Committee of Interreg Baltic Sea Region for the funding period 2021 to 2027 had its first meeting in Riga under the chairmanship of Latvia. Summary notes of the meeting are planned to be published on the Programme website in March.
You can now browse more than 40 outputs from Interreg projects that finished in 2019 in the project library of Interreg Baltic Sea Region. Get an overview of the challenges and opportunities which public and private players from different countries around the Baltic Sea tackle together and see how far they got. From blue growth to ecodesign, from renewable energy to social innovation – Interreg projects lead to a greener, low carbon and more social Europe. These project outputs give you insight into what has been achieved so far and what is yet to come.
SuMaNu is about sustainable manure and nutrient management and is directly connected with the ongoing development of a Nutrient Recycling Strategy for the Baltic Sea. Interreg Baltic Sea Region’s project platforms are designed to capitalise on the results of existing projects financed from different EU funding Programmes and to create synergies between them, e.g. by feeding into policy making. We interviewed three experts from the SuMaNu platform, which started in autumn 2018, to find out.
Developing the future programme in line with the EUSBSR
Core Programme documents updated
Interview: Exploiting offshore wind energy in the Baltic Sea region
Interview: Insight into shaping the new Programme
12th Meeting of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Monitoring Committee
European Cooperation Day
European Week of Regions and Cities
11th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
13th Meeting of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Monitoring Committee & 3rd Meeting of the Joint Programming
Programme fact sheet for download
Cooperating with the EU's neighbours (in English)
Cooperating with the EU's neighbours (in Russian)
10 Things to know about Transnational Cooperation
Things to know about Transnational Cooperation in the Baltic Sea region
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