The project aims to find the solutions for the improvement of the quality and environmental sustainability of transport services in the South Baltic area.
Transport, including waterborne transport, is responsible for a substantial part of the South Baltic's greenhouse gas emissions, causing global temperatures to rise due to the greenhouse effect. Significant reductions in the emissions from the waterborne transport are needed in order to meet the 2030 and 2050 climate targets in line with the European Green Deal. Focus should be put on decarbonisation of the transport waterborne.
In this regard, three participating cities (Gdansk, Barth and Silute) are seeking a green solution for water transport in their areas:
Implementation period: 01/06/2023 – 30/09/2023
Project budget: 40 000,00 €
The project "Baltic E-ferry: South Baltic Waterborne Electric Mobility Solutions" is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg South Baltic 2021-2027 programme.
The aim of the project is to develop and test different models of a smart village that will create favourable conditions for local businesses, contributing to improving the competitiveness and attractiveness of rural areas in the Central European region.
The project will result in increasing the potential of rural regions by using their local assets to expand existing or develop new economic activities using new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
Implementation period: 01/04/2023 - 28/02/2026
Project budget: € 1.713.934,00
The project “More than a village: Smart village transition, a model for more competitive and attractive villages in Central Europe” is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Central Europe 2021-2027 programme.
"Baltic Museum Resilience" is a project that aims to increase the resilience of museums and memory institutions. Resilience is understood here as the ability to overcome challenges and adapt to new realities in difficult times of social change, new technologies and also epidemics.
The project aims to collect and analyse good practices and tools that have enabled museums and memorial institutions to overcome the recent crisis of the COVID-19 epidemic. Based on the information collected, a toolkit will be created to ensure the resilience of institutions taking into account three perspectives:
The outcome of the project is expected to not only increase the resilience of museums and memorial institutions, but also of societies in the Baltic Sea Region.
Implementation period: 01.10.2022 - 30.09.2024
Project budget: 482 500, 00 €
The project entitled "Baltic Museum Resilience: Resilient museums and memory institutions for resilient societies in the Baltic Sea Region" is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2021-2027 programme.
The project aims to strengthen cooperation between cultural organisations. This is expected to result in the development of joint solutions for:
The implementation of the project will contribute to strengthening cross-border cooperation as well as cultural organisations in the South Baltic area.
Implementation period: 01.06.2022 - 30.09.2022
Project budget: 40 000, 00 €
The project "Baltic Resilient Museums. Building a network of resilient museums and cultural organisations in the South Baltic region" is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg South Baltic 2021-2027 programme.
The project is related to the growing popularity of handmade crafts and increasing consumers’ interest in buying unique items that are not mass produced. In order to better respond to the market expectations, craftspeople and artisans need to get knowledge on how to get into the market and take advantage of electronic commerce and use of e.g. mobile commerce or Internet marketing. Facing this challenge, the project aims at improving cooperation and professionalisation of craftspeople for better commercialisation of their goods by using information and communication technologies.
Project duration: 1 September 2017 - 31 August 2018
Project budget: 50,000.00 €
The project titled "BALTIC MAKERS. Craftsmen and local artists from the Baltic Sea region in the face of commercialization of handicrafts "is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under Priority 4.1 of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2014-2020 programme.
The "BALTIC STORIES" project's main objective is professionalization of events related to natural and cultural heritage of the South Baltic region as well as increasing development of the region's assets for sustainable tourism. The project will educate and put at the disposal of event organizers a set of tools and guidelines, as well as provide professional marketing support, implement pilot and training activities.
The Balteus Foundation is a project partner along with institutions from Poland, Sweden and Lithuania.
Project duration: 1 July 2017-30 June 2020
Project total budget: €863,110.00
ERDF funding: €714,613.50
The project "BALTIC STORIES. Professionalization of events for culturally embedded and sustainable tourism development of destinations in South Baltic region" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg South Baltic 2014-2020 programme.
The "BALTIC STORIES" project is held under the patronage of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.