Strengthening the resilience of the Baltic Sea region was the main topic for this year’s Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference. We are very proud to showcase that Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects are an important player in this process.
Interreg Baltic Sea Region
16 August 2023 Cleaner water thanks to Interreg! #25yearsIBSR Written by Elena Kolosova Cities and regions share the challenge of the polluted Baltic Sea. They have addressed the challenge together taking a long-term perspective. They have worked beyond borders to...
Cities and towns managed to make the most of their resources, public budgets, capacities, and skills by working together. They cooperated beyond borders to find the most fitting solutions to the challenges they face and become smarter and more attractive to residents. We take a look back at 25 years of Interreg Baltic Sea Region cooperation in this field.
Björn Grönholm from the City of Turku is sharing his most memorable moments from almost 20 years of experience with Interreg projects. Are you curious about what would not be possible without Interreg? Read the interview now!
10 July 2023 Enhancing sustainable food consumption in the public sector through collaboration and innovation. Interview with Sara Seing from Södertälje Municipality Written by Anna ZaccaroHow can StratKIT+ project overcome barriers and create a healthier and more...
On 19-20 June, members of the Monitoring Committee met in Stockholm to check on the Programme and select new projects for funding. All in all, 24 new projects will receive funding to have their share in shaping the region.
Staffan Lund from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences took part in several Interreg projects about water management in the agricultural landscape, e.g. Baltic Compass, Baltic Compact and Waterdrive.
How has Poland benefitted from the Programme? Listen to Monika Cholewczyńska-Dmitruk, our Monitoring Committee member from Poland, to find out.
Listen to Tiina Tihlman, our Monitoring Committee member from Finland who is sharing her experiences with the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.
An awareness of climate change, hazardous substances and the need for a circular economy exists in the current policy environment, but all too often these three dimensions of sustainability are considered one by one. Agnė Petrošiūtė from Tauragė Municipality tells us what they expect to accomplish thanks to EU funding and the Interreg Baltic Sea Region support.