Here you can find all projects that EUCC-Germany is currently participating in.
The main objective of the project is the reduction of nutrients in eutrophic coastal waters and in the wastewater of marine aquaculture facilities. This nutrient reduction is to be achieved through biomass production with vascular plants, whereby flood-tolerant species of different salt tolerance are used.
The SEAPLANSPACE (marine spatial planning instruments for sustainable marine governance) project aims to enable project partners to exchange knowledge and experiences for marine planning and to develop planning concepts for their regions and to implement cross-border activities. Results of the project will be manuals for trainings, trainings and a cross-country web-portal with relevant information.
The main objective of CHERISH is to improve regional development policies to protect and promote cultural heritage in fishing communities in order to boost attractiveness of these regions for businesses, citizens and tourists.
The 3yr project DUNC ( Development of UNESCO Natural and Cultural Assets) aims to promote the South Baltic region by developing sustainable tourism strategies for its UNESCO sites as part of developing the Baltic Sea region as a common tourism destination.
The project GoCoase aims to develop and evaluate potential adaptation strategies for climate change in the German Baltic Sea Region of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in close cooperation with decision-makers on a local and state level.
The overall goal of BONUS OPTIMUS is to provide robust evidence-based documentation (ecological, social, and economic) on optimized use of farmed mussel as a mitigation tool for eutrophication that in turn can be a sustainable protein-rich feedstuff for fish.
MORPHEUS (Model Areas for Removal of Pharmaceutical Substances in the South Baltic) aims at reducing the emissions of pharmaceutical substances to the South Baltic Sea, thereby improving the water quality of the Baltic Sea.
Coastal angling tourism offers a unique development chance for the South Baltic Region, especially for less developed coastal regions and even outside the holiday season. It is a new touristic trend and offers diversification of coastal tourism with promising market opportunities.
It is commonly known that marine litter is a major global problem. Taking action directly in and on the oceans and reducing litter input coming from the land is therefore urgently necessary. This will happen not only through innovative ideas, but an enhanced awareness towards the topic within societies is important, since the global pollution of water bodies with litter is a man-made problem. The project “The Parliament Of The Fish” is an approach of the Kurtheater Bitterfeld e.V. dessau-roßlau, EUCC-D and associated partners to increase the awareness and also an attempt to motivate people to become active against the proceeding water pollution in their region.
Together with the tourism association of coastal resorts in Mecklenburg (VMO) EUCC-D wants to promote climate change adaptation in coastal communities. The aim of the project KliWaKom is to analyse the demands for climate change adaptation, to develop short-term and long-term adaptation measures, and to set an example by implementing first measures in a pilot community.
BaltCoast was developed to overcome the lack of a holistic approach which integrates different human activities with ecosystems capacity and environmental forcing, therefore, BaltCoast has the ultimate objective of developing a coherent and systematic management approach that encompasses multiple impacts in a spatially heterogeneous context, by using Systems Approach Framework (SAF).
The project "Baltic Sea Box - Educational workshops on sustainable use of the habitat Baltic Sea" follows the successful series of EUCC-D’s previous educational projects "MeerSehen", "Meer im Fokus" and "Küstenschule".
Die Wattenmeerregion ist nicht nur UNESCO Weltnaturerbe mit einer großen Vielfalt an Tier- und Pflanzenarten. Der trilateral von Dänemark, Deutschland und den Niederlanden genutzte Raum ist auch einem hohen Nutzungsdruck durch menschliche Aktivitäten wie Häfen, Schifffahrt und Energiegewinnung ausgesetzt. Um verschiedenen Interessengruppen grenzüberschreitende Daten über wirtschaftliche Nutzungen, Raumplanung und Naturschutzregelungen zur Verfügung zu stellen hat das Wadden Sea Forum e.V. gemeinsam mit EUCC-D ein innovatives Werkzeug entwickelt: das „Wadden Sea Region Planning Portal“.