EUR 17 million
for research seeking solutions to sustain the Baltic Sea ecosystem healthy and
Eight research projects worth a total of EUR 17,3 million funded by BONUS start their implementation this month. They will seek solutions as part of efforts to sustain the Baltic Sea ecosystem healthy while providing goods and services upon which the 85 million inhabitants living in the Baltic Sea catchment largely turn to for sea-dependent lifestyle and wellbeing.
“Since its inception in 2007, BONUS has built a unique, macroregional collaboration of research and innovation funding institutions. We invite top consortia of researchers and innovators to make project proposals which foster resilience of the Baltic Sea ecosystem. The best ideas with highest foreseen impact get funding”, says Kaisa Kononen, Executive Director, BONUS Secretariat.
Tell it together, tell it loud!
Commitment to communicate for a cleaner Baltic Sea, 16 June 2015, Jurmala, Latvia
HELCOM, Baltic Eye and BONUS invite all Baltic Sea communicators - affiliated with science, policy and decision-making, and any others with a passion for powerful communication for the region – to join us and become a part of a regional communicators’ network!
How can we together increase visibility and impact for top-notch research and best policies in the region? Come and share experiences and learn from colleagues across the region.Download the flyer.
Training opportunities in summer 2015
The registration for the BONUS BIO-C3/BAMBI/INSPIRE summer school on 5-11 July in Glücksburg (in Germany), is now open with limited places available for participants outside BONUS projects. For further information go to https://www.bio-c3.eu/links
Helsinki summer school is organising a course titled Environmental Impacts of Catchment from Headwaters to the Sea (5 ETCS) on 4-20 August (held partly in Helsinki, Lammi Biological Station and Tvärminne Zoological Station). For more information, go to http://helsinkisummerschool.fi