Below you can find all 7 Umbrella promo video clips summarising the project that we prepared for the final conference. We asked our project beneficiaries and Umbrella partners to give their comments on the activities and outcomes of our project. Enjoy!
Dear Umbrella Partners and Beneficiaries,
We are more than happy to say, that our UMBRELLA Interreg South Baltic Programme project final conference was a great success. Over 100 people joined us online via ZOOM webinar to hear about our project results, to learn about the EUSBSR, SDGs and EU Green Deal, but also to discuss the future cooperation possibilities in the MFF 2021-2027.
This month we’re coming back with our Success Story on INTERCONNECT project. Interconnect supports new and more efficient public transport services both in and between the coastal regions of the South Baltic area – to give the residents and tourists broader and more sustainable options for realising their mobility needs.
You can now use all the knowledge we have gathered for you within the Umbrella project framework and wish to share with all South Baltic beneficiaries.
It’s already October, and this month we deliver to you another Success Story from the South Baltic Programme! This time we wish to inspire you by presenting the Reviving Baltic Resilience project!
RBR – Reviving Baltic Resilience.
The main goal
The main objective of the project is to highlight the proactive approach when working with environmental projects by showcasing successful proactive methods and technologies to prevent hazardous and unwanted particles from reaching the Baltic Sea and at the same time to disseminate this knowledge to the South Baltic region by having a cross-border approach.
The main outputs of the project will be 4 different pilot cases (Less particulates emission from the diesel engine (Poland), Landfill leachate cleaning (Sweden), Ecopile phytoremediation plant (Sweden) and Marine litter disposal (Lithuania)) in all participating countries as well as a South Baltic Proactive Resilience institute/cluster. The purpose of this is to both show the approach/technologies in practice, but at the same time also to certify the cross-border knowledge exchange and durability of the method and pilot cases after the project has ended as well. The approach of the project is a 3-step process that includes technical analysis of the most optimal proactive technologies/solutions for each pilot case, the implementation of pilot cases and the evaluation of installed solutions from a technical, social and economic perspective.
- Lead Partner: Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Department of Chemical Technology. Address: ul. G. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-233 Gdańsk, Poland. tel: +48 58 347 23 52. Project leader: prof. dr hab. inż. Jan Hupka. Project manager: Andrzej Rogala.
- Partner: Klaipeda University, Faculty of Maritime Engineering and Natural Sciences, Natural Sciences Department, LT-92294 Klaipeda, Herkaus Manto str. 84, Lithuania. Project manager: prof. Olga Anne.
- Partner: Linnaeus University, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Department of Biology and Environmental Science, address: 391 82 Kalmar, 351 95 Växjö, Sweden. tel: +46(0)480-446106. Project leader: prof. William Hogland. Project administrator: Jelena Lundström
- Partner: Pomeranian Special Economic Zone Ltd. 81-703 Sopot, Władysława IV/9, Poland. Project manager: Anna Zielińska.
- Partner: NSR, 254 64 Helsingborg, Hjortshögsvägen 1, Sweden. Project manager: Amanda Widen, Communication: Maria Ledström, Pilot case: Samuel Svensson.
- Partner: Municipality of Palanga, LT-00153 Palanga, Vytauto str. 112, Lithuania. Project manager: Aušra Šikšnienė
- Partner: IUC Syd, 21119 Malmö, Anckargripsgatan 3, Sweden. Project manager: Mats Larsson
Four associated partners: Liepaja University, Latvia; Port of Gdansk Authority SA, Poland; CleantechInn, Sweden; IMCG (Innovation Management and Communication Group Sweden); KSRR (Kalmarsundsregionens Renhållare) Sweden.
Target groups of the project
The main target group is the municipalities in the region as well as their municipal companies and regional authorities that can implement similar solutions and promote the proactive prevention approach of RBR. As well, public stakeholders that would like to learn more about proactive prevention solutions and companies that can provide green technologies for the installations. The main target groups will be able to take part in the pilot cases created in the project through the institute/cluster, but also to initiate new ventures focusing on proactiveness.
July 2017- June 2020
Go proactive together!!!
Tips & tricks box
Always use opportunities to gain new knowledge and skills. Be open for challenges to go green and serve to environment/ nature. Discover the benefit that international cooperation gives you and your area – pilot cases, innovative ideas, experience to work in a multicultural team, contribution to decision making at a different level. Increase your self-believing and expertise. Use unique perspectives to improve your foreign language skill, to make in touch with other countries history, culture and traditions. Be ready to unlock your area advantages/disadvantages. Stay motivated and you will get exactly what you are looking for!!!
This story was brought to you within the UMBRELLA Interreg South Baltic project framework.