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The SUBMARINER Network promotes sustainable and innovative uses of marine resources. It o ers a cooperation platform to related actors and initiatives in the Baltic Sea Region. Using the sea consciously is a way to maintain and improve the region’s natural capital, provide marine-based feedstock and energy solutions and improve human well- being. We aim to turn the Baltic Sea Region into a model region for sustainable blue biobased innovations and smart combinations. The SUBMARINER Network is a flagship project of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).

The SUBMARINER Network promotes sustainable and innovative uses of marine resources. It o ers a cooperation platform to related actors and initiatives in the Baltic Sea Region. Using the sea consciously is a way to maintain and improve the region’s natural capital, provide marine-based feedstock and energy solutions and improve human well- being. We aim to turn the Baltic Sea Region into a model region for sustainable blue biobased innovations and smart combinations. The SUBMARINER Network is a flagship project of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).

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  1. 1. Working together to improve the Baltic Sea environment and economies: Innovative approaches to the sustainable use of marine resources
  2. 2. The SUBMARINER Network in short ⚓ The SUBMARINER Network promotes sustainable and innovative uses of marine resources. It offers a cooperation platform to related actors and initiatives in the Baltic Sea Region. Using the sea consciously is a way to maintain and improve the region’s natural capital, provide marine-based feedstock and energy solutions and improve human well-­ being. We aim to turn the Baltic Sea Region into a model region for sustainable blue biobased innovations and smart combinations. The SUBMARINER Network is a flagship project of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR).
  3. 3. “The network is a hub for projects, initiatives and activities at all levels.” © GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, photo: left © The Maritime Institute in Gdańsk
  4. 4. SUBMARINER Network – What we offer ☸The SUBMARINER Network is a unique platform that brings actors from the whole Baltic Sea Region together to actively promote innova­tive and sustain­able uses of marine resources. It operates across the whole knowledge triangle integrating perspectives from local to international scale, different science disciplines as well as policy and economic stake­holders. ☸While its roots lie in the Baltic Sea Region, the SUBMARINER Network also operates and reaches out beyond its geographical base to engage in partner- ships with actors that share its thema­tic vision across Europe. ☸The network is a hub for projects, initiatives and activities at all levels. It encompasses trans­­­national and cross-border regional develop­ment, innovation and research projects, as well as the various initiatives at local and business level. ☸Via meetings, workshops, conferences and a comprehensive set of dissemi­­nation tools, network members are pro­vided with a continuous plat­- form for communi­cation, exchanges of experience, joint project development and implementation. ☸As a flagship project under the priority area “Innovation” of the EUSBSR, the SUBMARINER Network also regularly issues joint position papers. ☸The SUBMARINER Network is registered as a not-for-profit European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) and is managed by a professional secretariat.
  5. 5. SUBMARINER Network actions ♆ Based on the SUBMARINER Com- pendium and Roadmap, the network engages in a broad range of actions. The SUBMARINER Network’s vision is to maintain the natural capital of the Baltic Sea Region, to make marine resources an im­­portantpartoftheregion’s smartenergy and biomass production and to im­prove human well-being – by promoting biobased innovation and integrated uses of blue-green solutions. ♆ SUBMARINER Network actions can be thematically distributed along eight SUBMARINER topics that can bring about environmental, social and economic benefits. Innovative products that can be developed from marine resources include ingredients for human food and animal feed, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and health products, biofuels, bio­energy, fertilisers and applications in marine technologies. In addition, SUBMARINER Network activities will lead to CO2 and nutrient uptake, cleaner beaches, coastal protection, habitat conservation for a number of species and restocking of natural populations. ♆ The SUBMARINER Network is organised around eleven strategic action fields that combine thematic and transversal elements. ♆ Each action field is coordinated by dedicated network members who can tap into the diverse expertise and know-how of the SUBMARINER Network as well as relevant external partners.
  6. 6. SUBMARINER Network founders The following institutions have taken the joint initiative to found the SUBMARINER Network. They represent research institutions, public administra­tions, NGOs and business parks from all shores of the Baltic Sea. Join us! The SUBMARINER Network is open for new members. If you want to learn more, go to www.submariner-network.eu or contact us at info@submariner-network.eu. Contact details of all SUBMARINER Network founders can also be found on our website.
  7. 7. Actors: SUBMARINER Network Secretariat and Maritime Institute in Gdańsk Data: Tallinn University of Technology Environmental Impacts: Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology and Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Pilot sites: Environmental Development Association and Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) Energy: Green Center Ecosystem Services: Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management, Maritime Institute in Gdańsk and Swedish Board of Agriculture Technology: Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Technology Schleswig-Holstein and Coastal Research and Planning Institute (CORPI) Blue Biotechnology: Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Technology Schleswig-Holstein, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) and BioCon Valley Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V. Finance: Maritime Institute in Gdańsk and SUBMARINER Network Secretariat Regulation: Maritime Institute in Gdańsk and Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management Image: SUBMARINER Network Secretariat and Maritime Institute in Gdańsk vision 2030 Baltic Sea actors and activities Data sets of Baltic Sea resources on water quality and habitats for Empirical Research Maintaining the Baltic Sea Regions’s natural capital A smart Baltic Sea Region – making use of blue-green combined solutions Macroalgae Harvesting and Cultivation Mussel Cultivation Reed Harvesting strategic action fields SUBMARINER topics strategic action field coordinators: Actors Data Pilot Sites Environmen- tal Impacts
  8. 8. Marine resources as part of the BSR sustainable energy and biomass portfolio Improve human well-being via new marine products The Baltic Sea Region – a biobased innovation showcase Regional solutions integrating marine resources Valuation and compensation of ecosystem services BSR-wide systematic approach to Blue Bio­- tech­nology Research Development and transfer of suitable technology for the Baltic Sea Unlock financing for innovative uses of marine resources Create better legal and reguatory conditions Create positive image for products and services from marine resources Large-Scale Microalgae Cultivation Blue Bio­ technology Wave Energy Sustainable Fish Aquaculture Combinations with Offshore Wind Parks Energy Technology Finance Regulation Image Ecosystem Services Blue Bio­- technology
  9. 9. SUBMARINER Network – What we offer SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth EEIG Secretariat: c/o s.Pro – sustainable projects GmbH Rheinstraße 34, 12161 Berlin, Germany Managing Director: Angela Schultz-Zehden www.submariner-network.eu info@submariner-network.eu PRIORITY AREA ‘INNOVATION’

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