EEA PROJECT: INVENTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF MONITORING PROGRAMME FOR NATURE VALUES IN ESTONIAN MARINE AREAS (NEMA)
The general aim of the project was to contribute to the establishment of favourable conservation status of marine nature values in Estonian territorial waters and EEZ in the NE Baltic Sea. Read more.
LIFE+ PROJECT: BALTIC INFO CAMPAIGN ON HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES (BALTINFOHAZ)
The aim was to campaign for every consumer to be able to make an informed and better choice about everyday-products. We selected very widely used everyday products such as cosmetics, baby care products, toys, household chemicals, construction materials and car care products and explained which hazardous substances could be contained in them, what could be their effects and how they could be avoided. Read more.
INTERREG PROJECT: CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION (COHIBA)
The overall objective of COHIBA project was to support the implementation of the BSAP with regard to hazardous substances by developing joint actions to reach the goal. Taking into account their potential hazard the BSAP identifies 11 substances/substance groups as being of special concern to the Baltic Sea, which were also the focus of this project. Read more.
INTELLIGENT ENERGY EUROPE PROJECT: MORE BIKING IN SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED TOWNS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE BY 2020 (MOBILE2020)
The project mobile2020 aimed to support and promote cycling in small and medium sized cities up to 350.000 inhabitants in Central and Eastern Europe. These cities have a much lower share of cyclists compared to what would be possible if cycling would be consequently promoted and infrastructure would be upgraded. Read more.
TOWARDS JOINT MANAGEMENT OF THE TRANSBOUNDARY GAUJA/KOIVA RIVER BASIN DISTRICT (GAUJA/KOIVA)
The overall objective was to enhance management of shared surface and groundwater resources by development of a joint river basin management plan for the transboundary Gauja/Koiva river basin district. Read more.
LIFE+ PROJECT: BALTIC ACTIONS FOR REDUCTION OF POLLUTION OF THE BALTIC SEA FROM PRIORITY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES (BALTACTHAZ)
The aim of the BaltActHaz project was to support the Baltic States in implementing the EU Water Framework Directive, the IPPC Directive and the Marine Directive as well as the HELCOM Baltic Sea Action Plan with regard to reduction of hazardous substances. Read more.