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Submariner-Sustainable Uses of Baltic Marine Resources

Publicerad 2011-01-14

The aim of the project is to develop the Baltic Sea into a European model region by :
-fostering its sustainable economic development, and improving its environmental conditions through the support and development of new maritime products and technologies.

Industrial Ecology will work with sustainable aqua-culture with emphasis on the harvesting and uses of micro- and macro algae, mussels and reed for energy production (e.g. biogas) and the potential to reduce eutrophication in the Baltic Sea by the nutrients that will be removed during biomass removal.

The project is a Baltic Sea Region Project (BSR) Interreg IVB, with projects partners from all BSR countries. The total budget of the project is 3 581 000 Euro and the budget for Industrial Ecology is around 300 000 Euro. The project started the 6 of October 2010 and will be finished by the 1 of June 2013.
Contact: Ass. Professor Fredrik Gröndahl

Titel
Sustainable Fish Supply in the Stockholm region
Äspö Site Descriptive Model: Hydrogeochemical modelling
Äspö model for radionuclide sorption
BaltSeaPlan
KTH-China Joint Research Center for Industrial Ecology
Submariner-Sustainable Uses of Baltic Marine Resources
Sustainable use of Baltic Sea natural resources based on ecological engineering
Smart Grid - Information management system in Royal Sea Port
Potential and cost-effectiveness of climate mitigation measures
Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) and Industrial Ecology
Sustainable Järva
CREDO- Creation of third cycle studies
ERAIHM
Sustainable urban development - Royal Sea Port – City of Stockholm
ENEF- Central Baltic Cooperation in Energy Efficiency and Feasibility in Urban Planning
Finalized projects at Department of Industrial Ecology
Barriers for implementation of the Environmental Load Profile and other LCA based methods
The removal of Cyanobacteria blooms in the Baltic Sea
TBS Cooperation Environment- Innovation
Energy Scenarios Sweden-Ukraine
Geochemical retention in surface systems
SDPROMO I & II
Hammarby Sjöstad – evaluation of the environmental profile of an new urban district in Stockholm
Retention of redox sensitive metals/metalloids at reducing mineral surfaces
EU Leonardo-Univeristy in the Field
European Observatory for Long-Term Governance on Radioactive Waste Management
Strengthening of Capacity in Environmental Education
SIDA OSH & Development
Textbook in Occupational Safety and Health & Development