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In May 2014 the European Commission adopted the Baltic Sea agenda for sustainable growth. It focuses on:
- Boosting innovation and sustainability;
- Developing skills and qualifications, cluster development;
- Using existing cooperation structures and multisectoral dialogue
- Targeting maritime projects for access to finance
The Commission is ready to facilitate the implementation of the Baltic Sea agenda through a maritime stakeholder platform. In cooperation with stakeholders it will organise a series of workshops dedicated to Blue Growth and funding opportunities in the Baltic Sea region. More information will follow.
- A Sustainable Blue Growth Agenda for the Baltic Sea Region [422 KB] All available translations. (Commission staff working document adopted on 16 May 2014).
- Press release: Delivering a Sustainable Blue Growth Agenda for the Baltic Sea Region
Harnessing Europe's maritime potential
Other sources of information
- Baltic section on the Maritime Forum
- Baltic Sea on the European Atlas of the Seas
Bringing the Atlantic Maritime Strategy to life
Key players from across the maritime sector will come together in Porto on 20th January to share ideas and unlock funding for projects under the Atlantic Maritime Strategy Action Plan.
Atlantic stakeholder conference in Porto on 20 January 2015
As part of the implementation of the Atlantic Action Plan, the European Commission invites stakeholders to share their practical knowledge and ideas at the Atlantic Stakeholder Platform conference. Registration is now open.
Making Blue Growth Happen in the Mediterranean
Speech by Lowri Evans at Blue Day opening session - an event organised by the Italian Presidency and the European Commission, Augusta, Sicily, 30 October 2014