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Grants to fund a Joint Baltic Sea Regional Research Programme under Article 169

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BONUS Joint Baltic Sea Research Programme created by Baltic States with the financial support of the European Union based on article 169 of the EC treaty which became Art. 185 under the Lisbon Treaty). The first phase of the programme, in 2010-2011, focused on strategic aspects and created the ...

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  • 04 November 2009
    €100 million for new Joint Baltic Sea Research Programme
    A new proposal on a Joint Baltic Sea Research Programme ('BONUS-169') was adopted by the European Commission. The programme's objective will be to enhance the Baltic Sea region research capacity to ensure a more sustainable development of the region. € 50 million are proposed by th...

  • 17 September 2009
    Common strategy for polluted Baltic Sea
    On September 15, 2009 the plan of the European Commission for the development of the basin of the Baltic Sea has been presented to Parliament. To fight against the pollution of the sea, the Commission proposes to utilize economic and ecological measures, through the cooperation of neighboring co...

  • 25 August 2009
    The Baltic Sea Strategy
    In September, a ministerial conference on the Baltic Sea Strategy will be held in Stockholm, and a few weeks later the EU heads of state and government are due to adopt the strategy. Then, says Maria Åsenius, the hope is that the countries and organisations responsible for the strategy will imple...

  • 29 July 2009
    Saving the Baltic sea
    On 10 June the European Commission issued a long-awaited proposal for an EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea region.

  • 03 November 2008
    Public consultation: the Baltic Sea Region in question
    The Commission launches today a consultation relative to the Baltic Sea, that will be opened until the 31st of December. It invites on its website all the regional actors to answer to different questions, in order to debate on the future and the european strategy for the Region.

  • 30 September 2008
    Debate on EU strategy for Baltic Sea Region
    The European Commissioner responsible for regional policy, and the Swedish Prime Minister, will launch a debate on the EU's future strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

  • 30 September 2008
  • 23 July 2007
    CORDIS launches new service for the coordination of FP7 research activities
    A new service has been launched by the Community Research and Development Information Service.

  • 13 July 2007
    EU project seeks to improve innovation performance of Russia and Ukraine
    BRUIT Project: a research project that develop innovation policy in Russia and Ukraine

  • 26 February 2007
    Innovation performance of new EU Member States gains pace
    The innovation gap between Europe and the US is narrowing, while the newer EU Member States are gradually catching up with the EU average, according to the 2006European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS).



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