Monitoring and management of flowing rain water in Baltic Sea catchment areas

akronüüm: BALTICFLOWS
algus: 2013-10-01
lõpp: 2016-09-30
 
programm: FP7 - Euroopa Liidu 7. raamprogramm
alaprogramm: REGIONS - Teadmiste piirkonnad
instrument: CSA-CA - Koordineerivad ja toetavad tegevused - koordineerivad tegevused
projektikonkurss: FP7-REGIONS-2012-2013-1
projekti number: 319923
kestus kuudes: 36
partnerite arv: 18
 
lühikokkuvõte: The proposed BALTIC-FLOWS project concerns rainwater monitoring and management in Baltic Sea catchment areas. Rainwater forms streams and rivers, and in urban environments, heavy rainfall can amount to stormwater and floods. Over the years, much of this rainwater ends up in the sea. In Northern Europe, the Baltic Sea conceals a history of water quality from streams, rivers and urban runoff in catchment areas. Encircled by a mix of Nordic, Central and Eastern European countries, the Baltic Sea is at the mercy of a diversity of national practices and policies. The project shall lay the foundation for development of new capacities and policies for effectively monitoring and managing the quality and quantities of rainwater moving from one place to the next. The project focuses on streams, rivers and cities in Baltic Sea catchment areas, not on the sea itself. The strategies, knowledge and expertise created during the project can be exploited elsewhere in the Union and in other global regions. The project will support the development of research-driven clusters in each region; enhanced capacities in diffuse load monitoring and urban stormwater management will lead to new business opportunities in the global market for water monitoring and management know-how and solutions. A total of 47 organisations will be participating in the project: 16 project partners in five European regions - Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia and Sweden, one project partner from the UK specialised in the Chinese environmental sector, and 30 supporting partners, including entities in participating regions, entities in the international regions of Russia, China, Vietnam and Brazil, inter-regional financing entities operating in the Baltic Sea region, and a Russian-Belarus collaboration forum. The project primarily addresses domain b) of the REGIONS-2012-2013-1 topic, but is also strongly related to themes in domain a).
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1 koordinaator TURUN YLIOPISTO FI Tuomas Valtonen
2 partner TURUN AMMATTIKORKEAKOULU OY FI Juha Kääriä http://www.turkuamk.fi
3 partner TURKU SCIENCE PARK OY AB FI Carl-Johan åkerblom http://www.turkusciencepark.com
4 partner VARSINAIS SUOMI MAAKUNNTA - VARSINAIS-SUOMEN LIITO EGENTLIGA FINLANDS FORBUND VSL FI Timo Juvonen http://www.varsinais-suomi.fi
5 partner Tallinna Tehnikaülikool EE Enn Loigu http://www.ttu.ee
6 partner CLEANTECH ESTONIA MTU EE Tõnu Hein http://www.cleantechestonia.ee
7 partner TALLINNA LINN EE Tarmo Sulg http://www.tallinn.ee
8 partner HOCHSCHULE FUER ANGEWANDTE WISSENSCHAFTEN DE Walter Leal http://www.haw-hamburg.de/
9 partner FIZIKALAS ENERGETIKAS INSTITUTS LV Gunta Slihta
10 partner VIDES INVESTICIJU FONDS SIA LV Aija Zučika http://www.lvif.gov.lv
11 partner RIGAS PLANOSANAS REGIONS LV Jankovska Sanita http://www.rpr.gov.lv
12 partner UPPSALA UNIVERSITET SE Kevin Bishop http://www.uu.se
13 partner UPWIS AB SE Kjell Brunberg http://www.upwis.com
14 partner LANSSTYRELSEN I UPPSALA LAN SE Gunilla Lindgren http://www.lansstyrelsen.se
15 partner ECOTECH INTERNATIONAL LTD UK Ning Liu
16 partner IFU INSTITUT FUR UMWELTINFORMATIK HAMBURG GMBH DE Dorli Harms http://www.ifu.com
17 partner Hamburgisches WeltWirtschaftsInstitut gemeinnützige GmbH DE Alexis Malchin http://www.hwwi.org