A greener future for port operations

A greener future for port operations

The Blue Supply Chains project supports port authorities and operators in decarbonising port operations. It advances electrification, provides strategies for alternative fuels and sets-up green transport chains. Katrin Verner, Maria Tornvall, and Christopher Schnur from the project partner Stena Line explain how a ferry operator can use alternatives for getting goods to people in a greener way.

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Building connections to Ukrainian organisations

Building connections to Ukrainian organisations

24 January 2024 Building connections to Ukrainian organisations Written by Elena Kolosova Our projects have addressed the repercussions of the ongoing war in Ukraine, helping to manage the refugee crisis and fortifying societal resilience in the Baltic Sea region. Now...

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Join our team!

Join our team!

17 January 2024 Join our team! Open position for Communication AssistantWe are currently looking for a Communication Assistant at the Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat (MA/JS) of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme. Join a transnational team of people who...

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A greener future for port operations

A greener future for port operations

The Blue Supply Chains project supports port authorities and operators in decarbonising port operations. It advances electrification, provides strategies for alternative fuels and sets-up green transport chains. Katrin Verner, Maria Tornvall, and Christopher Schnur from the project partner Stena Line explain how a ferry operator can use alternatives for getting goods to people in a greener way.

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Building connections to Ukrainian organisations

Building connections to Ukrainian organisations

24 January 2024 Building connections to Ukrainian organisations Written by Elena Kolosova Our projects have addressed the repercussions of the ongoing war in Ukraine, helping to manage the refugee crisis and fortifying societal resilience in the Baltic Sea region. Now...

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Open call for core project applications

Submit your Project Idea Form now!

 

It’s an obligatory step for keeping your gateway open for EU funds. Core ideas to make the Baltic Sea region better shouldn’t wait!

Deadline: 17 April 2024

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Public consultations 

Have your say about the future of Interreg!

You have a unique chance to shape the future of Interreg transnational cooperation. The European Commission has invited all Interreg programmes to collect views from beneficiaries, supporters, people who use Interreg results in practice and others related to Interreg or having ideas what transnational cooperation should look like.

Fill out the survey and tell us which topics are important for transnational cooperation, what you think works well in Interreg programmes and what could be improved. Your opinion matters!

Deadline: 30 April 2024

Don’t miss!

Upcoming Programme events

 

UBC Talks about funding for innovative and climater-smart cities (co-organised by UBC Sustainable Cities Commission & Interreg Baltic Sea Region)

27 February 2024
09:30 – 11:00 CET

Webinar on good quality projects: shaping content & planning finances

Part 1: Shaping content
28 February 2024

09:00 – 12:30 CET
Part 2: Planning finances
29 February 2024
09:00 – 12:30 CET

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UBC TALKS about funding for innovative and climate-smart cities
Virtual Meeting
27. February 2024
09:30 - 11:00 (CET)
28-29
February
Webinar on good quality projects (shaping content & planning finances)
Virtual Meeting
28. - 29. February 2024
09:00 - 12:30 (CET)
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    Joint solutions for common future

    Cooperation at its best 

    With experience and EU funding, we help organisations from countries around the Baltic Sea to cooperate and put their ideas into practice. These ideas need to fit into one of four thematic priorities and help build Innovative societies (Priority 1), Water-smart societies (Priority 2), Climate-neutral societies (Priority 3) or Cooperation governance (Priority 4).

    By bringing together cultures, perspectives and expertise do we get the best ideas and joint solutions for a green and resilient Baltic Sea region.