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Results are now available!

Land Sea Act project partners came a long way together since the kick-off meeting in March 2019. All ambitious objectives set and activities performed by the partnership and each partner individually are achieved by the December 2021 due to diligence, cooperation and adaptiveness and despite unexpected challenges on the way related to the global COVID-19…

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Land Sea Act project partners worked in six geographical case studies with specific issues – results can be found in six case reports and additional materials: Download report “Balancing coastal tourism and use of off-shore wind energy in Southwestern Kurzeme” (Latvia) Visit map explorer Click to read about the case study Read in Latvian “Guidelines…

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10 December, 2021 6th and final Partner meeting ONLINE

This time we will meet for the last time as Land-Sea-Act project partnership to acknowledge and celebrate our main achievements and results. But also to discuss possible future! More information is coming soon! For any additional info, please contact:Margarita VološinaMinistry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of LatviaSpatial Planning and Land Management Departmente-mail: Prepared…

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Welcome to participate in the Policy Workshop SUSTAINABLE BLUE ECONOMY

SUSTAINABLE BLUE ECONOMY Strategies to foster economic development in coastal areas and deal with the challenges ahead The project Land-Sea-Act aims to bring together stakeholders involved in coastal management and planning, find solutions to Maritime Spatial Planning and Blue Growth challenges around the Baltic Sea, and elaborate Multi-level Governance Agenda on Blue Growth and Spatial…

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Join us at the workshop on Multi-level Governance / 5 November 2021

Land-Sea-Act project is organising an international workshop for spatial planners of all levels, MSP authorities, regional & local representatives of the governing authorities in coastal areas The objective of the workshop is to present a draft version of the Multi-level Governance Agenda on Blue Growth and Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea Region* and to…

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Opening of Land-Sea Art

On September 24th Land Sea Art page will be launched and presented for public  This page depicts many artistic productions referring to the harbour-front in Holbæk, Denmark. The intention of Land-Sea Art is to give planners, artists, event organisers and other types of entrepreneurs input on how art can be used as a mediator…

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MSP forum registration open lable

Registration for the 4th Baltic MSP Forum is open. The Forum will take place on 1-2 June 2021 online. The Forum is organised by two Interreg BSR projects Capacity4MSP and Land-Sea-Act and it serves as a final conference for both projects. Already for the 4th time the Baltic MSP Forum is organised to bring together…

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Land-Sea Act project partners took part in the workshop ‘Tackling Land-Sea Interactions on the Way Towards Blue Growth in the Baltic Sea Region’

workshop behind the scenes

Studio arranged for the broadcast of the workshop, in the centre moderator Kristīna Veidemane, BEF Latvia On the 3rd of March, 2021, within the project platform Capacity4MSP, workshop dedicated to the land-sea interactions theme took place in the digital format. The workshop was organised to present and discuss ideas on multi-level governance potential for managing…

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Blue Growth Checks: Potentials for prosperous regional Blue Economies

Blue Economy jobs, share by sector, 2018

The Blue Growth Checks report aims to map the current state of the Blue Economy and future growth potentials in the Land-Sea-Act project case study regions. As the Blue Economy still is a relatively new concept, data availability proved to be problematic, especially on the regional and local level. Therefore, the analysis was complemented by…

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Urgent need for addressing climate and ocean change adaptation and mitigation principles in coastal planning

Family at snowy beach in Jurmala

Climate change has severe consequences worldwide and most of these consequences, like, e.g. global temperature increase, sea level rise or extreme weather events are becoming dangerous for humans, their natural environment and settlements, while coastal areas/cities are especially sensitive to these changes. Family walking along the beach in Jūrmala, Latvia. January, 2021 In case of…

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