Action for the Reinforcement of the Transitional Waters' Environmental Integrity

Case Studies

Best practice knowledge on Transitional Waters’ management

Case studies represent the cross-border best practice knowledge on Transitional Waters’ management and reflect the critical issues on the environmental integrity and threats derived from the existing data on management of TWs, adjacent river basins and the sea. Case studies are designed in such a way, that the structure of the contents of the case studies should meet three requirements simultaneously:

i) It must be coherent with the European coastal management case study database, produced by EUCC (The Coastal and Marine Union) for the European Commission within the consultation project “OurCoast”;

ii) The first part of the case study description should be in accordance with the requirements of the ARTWEI Component 3 for the task of collecting, collating and synthesis of knowledge on the environmental integrity and threats derived from the existing data on current management of TWs, adjacent river basins and the sea.;

iii) The second part of the case study description should contain the detailed description of the best practices and lessons learnt that could form the basis for the collation of the common regional knowledge pool of methods for the reinforcement of the TW environmental integrity based on tested cross-border solutions in TW areas.

The geographical scope of the case studies comprise not only the South Baltic Transitional Waters, but also other cross-border TW areas in Europe and North America as well.

      
Part-financed by the European Union
(European Regional Development Fund)

Coastal Research and Planning Institute

Login

Projects, links, networks

EUCC – The Coastal Union Germany

Statistics:

Online visitors: 0
Visits today: _
Total visits: _
Since May 20, 2010