Blue growth is an EU strategy for economic growth in which marine and coastal areas are the driving forces.
What is Blue growth?
Blue growth means the development of the maritime environment, in other words, sustainable growth in the maritime- and port sector.
The following areas are examples of blue growth:
- Blue Energy, offshore wind, tidal and wave power, etc.
- Maritime tourism, Coastal and cruise tourism
- Marine biotechnology
- Shipping Offshore and Short Sea
- Coast protection
Workshop 1 Blue growth
18-20 April 2017 at Krinova in Kristianstad (SE)
Program Pdf, 674 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster. (Pdf, 674 kB)
How to get there Pdf, 324 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster. (Pdf, 324 kB)
Vattendagen Pdf, 223 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster. (Pdf, 223 kB)
Workshop 2 Blue growth
20-22 November 2017 at Krinova in Kristianstad (SE)
Invitation Word, 404 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster. (Word, 404 kB)
Krinovas testbed Pdf, 994 kB, öppnas i nytt fönster. (Pdf, 994 kB)
The second cross-border workshop in SBPIN focused on Krinovas testbed. Krinovas testbed is a method of how to work with challenges related to water. It is an environment designed for development and experimental processes, with access to resources and test functions. In the second blue workshop we would like to show the participants physical parts of the testbed and give examples of how it has been used for water related innovation.
Officials and politicians in public administration working with Blue Growth and/or the identified challenges in the municipalities in Northeastern Skåne (Sweden), Køge (Denmark), Naestved (Denmark) and municipalities associated with the Association of Polish Communes of Euroregion Baltic (Poland).
EU-coordinators, international strategists and developers working with cross-border network and cooperation in the above mentioned municipalities.
Workshop 1 Presentation SB Pin project
Presentation Köge municipality
Presentation Naestved municipality
Presentation Gdansk municipality
Presentation Cedry Wielkie
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