Energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions in Kaliningrad Oblast RENSOL
Lead Partner: Baltic Development Forum
The project is funded by the Delegation of the European Union to the Russian Federation, Non-State Actors and Local Authorities Programme for the Baltic Sea Region (within the framework of priorities of the Northern Dimension). Project duration is 27 months and overall budget 450.000 EUR.
Children and Youth at Risk in the Barents region (CYAR)
Barents Euro-Arctic Council
Children and Youth at Risk in the Barents region (CYAR) is a multilateral programme carried out in Norway and run by the Steering Committee on Youth and Children at Risk.The major goal of the Programme is to find effective solutions for common problems faced by marginal children and youth in the modern society. These problems are related to social, educational, health and other spheres of life, as well as law enforcement, unvenal crimes, etc.There are special training courses for the specialists in parents guidance based on "The Incredible Years" by Dr. Caroline Webster-Stratton.
CETIA (Coastal Environment, Technology and Innovation in the Arctic)
Lead Partner: Univeristy of Tromsø, Norway
Coastal environment, technology and innovation in the arctic - CETIA aims to contribute to develop new approaches to monitor the coastal environment and new technologies of bio-remediation.
Lead Partner: Radiation Protection Authority - NRPA, Norway
The abbreviation CEEPRA is of the project Collaboration Network on EuroArctic Environmental Radiation Protection and Research.
MineHealth - Sustainability of miners´well-geing, health and work ability in the Barents Region
Lead Partner: Umeå University Department of Public Health & Clinical, Sweden
The project will provide long term sustainability of well-being, health and work ability among workers in the mining industry on the Barents region.
Work in the mining industry situated in the Barents region is characterized by exposure to harsh climatic conditions. Therefore specific knowledge is needed about the separate and combined risks that are unique for the regional mining industry. The project will increase this knowledge. It will also work on various measures of protection against the harmful conditions of the work on arctic mines.
Lead Partner: Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Finland
The "Barents Mediasphere" -is a new and long awaited project which mainly aimed at creation of a cross-border media network able to arrange training courses and meetings for regional journalists, as well as to produce media content.The goal of the Barents Mediasphere project is to create a flexible cooperation mechanism for journalists working in the region and to increase regional visibility in media and in other open sources. It aims to improve the cross-border communication and information flow.
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Climate Change and Biodiversity
Lead Partner: University of Umeå, Sweden
The capacity of protected areas in the Barents Region to conserve biodiversity threatened by climate change project is initiated by the Umeå University as its already second project related to vulnerable ecosystem and biodiversity of the Barents Region.
The Barents Encyclopedia presents a comprehensive picture of numerous regional projects, historic roots of current developments and review of cultural, socio-economic and political prerequisites for a lasting and intensive transborder cooperation.
A School for All - Development of Inclusive Education
Lead Partner: University of Lapland, Finland
The project aims at promoting educational opportunities of persons considered as vulnerable by increasing their access to and participation in society in the North Calotte and North-West Russia.
Lead Partner: Lappeenranta University of Technology
The project is funded by the Delegation of the European Union to the Russian Federation, Non-State Actors and Local Authorities Programme for the Baltic Sea Region (within the framework of priorities of the Northern Dimension).
Barents Protected Area Network (BPAN)
Lead Partner: Environment Institute SYKE, Finland
The major goal of the BPAN is to establish representative, well managed and effective network of protected areas with a high degree of probability to maintain balance in vulnarable biodiversity of the Region.
Baltic Sea Mentoring Cloud (BSMC)
Lead partner: Stralsund University of Applied Sciences, Germany
The main focus of the “Baltic Sea Mentoring Cloud” (BSMC) is to strengthen the communication and knowledge transfer between SMEs, acting in the field of information and communication technology (ICT), in the Baltic Sea region (BSR) with the help of a mentoring cloud accessible via the World Wide Web.
Baltic Link Gdynia-Karlskrona
Lead Partner: Regional Council of Southern Småland, Sweden
The activities within our project consist of a new combined terminal in Alvesta, upgrading of the railway Emmaboda-Karlskrona (part of the Coast to coast line) and infrastructure investments in the Port of Karlskrona in Sweden together with investments in the Port of Gdynia in Poland.
Young Innovative Entrepreneurs is a business development project that will make it more attractive for young entrepreneurs to stay and do business as well as initiate projects in the Barents region.
The Young Innovative Entrepreneurs project aims to develop a support system for implement innovative business ideas by young innovative entrepreneurs in the Barents region, facilitating cross-border cooperation.