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Council Conclusions on a sustainable blue economy

A sustainable blue economy is essential to achieving the objectives of the European Green Deal and ensuring a green and inclusive recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Council approved on 26 march 2021 the conclusions on a sustainable blue economy, which is based on four pillars: healthy oceans, knowledge, prosperity and social equity. 

Post Event - 11th Black Sea Symposium

The International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS) successfully hosted its 11th International Black Sea Symposium, on "A collective recovery for the Black Sea Region in the post-covid era”, on 20 April 2021.

The online event was moderated by Dr. Gerasimos RODOTHEATOS, Public International Law Teaching Scholar at Panteion University of Athens.

15th issue of the BSEC Newsletter “News from the Black Sea".

Kindly find herewith the 15th issue of the BSEC Newsletter “News from the Black Sea”.

You will find in topic the presentation of the National Hubs, key elements in the implementation of the Common Maritime Agenda. 

We hope you will enjoy reading it!

Tresoil, hydrogen transition as a solution to recycle

TRESOIL’s vision is to propel the Europe’s burgeoning hydrogen economy whilst purging the EU of the scourge of waste plastic and toxic waste.

Blue Economy Window call

On 25 November, the Executive Agency for SMEs organised an information day for the launch of the "Blue Economy Window" call that has a total budget of €2.5 million.

Watch the event online  

Under the 2019 call, organisations can get between €700,000 and €2,500,000 for their projects. Any for-profit SME based in the EU (single participant or a member of a consortium) can apply.

EU launches a Blending Facility to support sustainable transport projects

The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) launched today a call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Blending Facility. It seeks to promote the participation of private sector investors and financial institutions in projects contributing to the environmental sustainability and efficiency of transport in Europe.

2nd Workshop towards the implementation of the Common Maritime Agenda

The Facility of Blue Growth in the Black Sea is pleased to announced its 2nd workshop towards the implemenation of the Common Maritime Agenda.  The workshop is being organised in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania and it will take place in Bucharest on November 14, 2019.  Check out our event page here to read more about this exciting event and keep up to date with the preparations for the workshop. 

Registrations will be open soon!! 

Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea endorsed at Bucharest Ministerial Conference

The Ministers from the seven Black Sea countries – Bulgaria, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine – met in Bucharest today to endorse the Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea. With this, the Black Sea region joins the rest of the sea basins bordering the EU in setting a basin-wide initiative for more, and more sustainable, economic growth.

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