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The EMFF is the fund for the EU's maritime and fisheries policies for 2014-2020. The Fund is used to co-finance projects to support diversification and sustainable development of maritime economies in the Member States. 10% of the fund’s budget is spent directly by the European Commission through grants and procurements to support the development and implementation of EU maritime policy, such as for Blue Economy Window and BlueInvest Initiative.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OCEAN MONITORING AND PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES IN THE ADRIATIC

Creating a strong ecosystem for a sustainable Blue Economy in the Adriatic Stimulating new market opportunities through innovative technologies and solutions Raising awareness of the Adriatic as a vital resource Developing models for sustainable Blue Economy growth in the Adriatic in line with European Green Deal and Digital Transformation

Start date: 30/09/2022 (All day)
Last update: 07/09/22

Workshop on Offshore Renewable Energy

The workshop will present success stories, information and funding options for project coordinators to consider with the objective of establishing synergies and stimulate potential cooperation in the field of offshore renewable energy.

Last update: 27/07/22

Cluster story: Digitalisation

Researchers and entrepreneurs increasingly exploit digital technologies to monitor the ocean, create new business models and, naturally, safeguard the marine environment. The trend is well reflected in recently introduced EMFF-funded projects

Last update: 20/07/22

Workshop on Sea-basin Dimension

This workshop explored synergies and clustering between EMFF and EMFAF projects at sea basin level. It presented success stories, information and funding options for project coordinators to consider with the objective of establishing synergies and increasing cooperation within and between sea basins

Start date: 07/07/2022 - 10:00
Last update: 03/06/22

Cluster story: Ocean Health and Observation

A healthy ocean is a fundamental prerequisite for a thriving blue economy. Data and observation are of the essence to achieve and maintain good environmental status. The EMFF has funded several projects addressing environmental concerns such as marine litter, oil spills, chemical pollution, etc.

Last update: 18/05/22

BlueInvest 2022 - photo gallery

the event brought venture capitalists, banks, entrepreneurs, corporates, small businesses together to look at opportunities in the blue economy

Start date: 28/03/2022 - 09:30
Last update: 07/04/22

Cluster story: Maritime Transport

It is estimated that over 80% of the volume of international trade in goods is carried by sea. Maritime transport is the backbone of todays' global economy and also happens to be the most efficient transport mode in terms of emissions per tonne/km. Can the greenest transport mode become even greener?

Last update: 21/04/22

Workshop on Financial Engineering

The workshop presented success stories, information and investment options for EMFF-funded project beneficiaries to consider with the objective of making existing and future projects more sustainable.

Start date: 05/05/2022 - 10:00
Last update: 31/03/22

Cluster story: Blue Careers & Skills

The blue economy is going to need a large pool of highly qualified and skilled professionals. Yet today, many blue economy sectors have difficulties finding the right people, which hampers their growth. Blue careers projects target concrete actions to close the skills gap, tackle unemployment and raise the attractiveness of blue careers among students and young professionals.

Last update: 18/03/22

Cluster story: Sustainable Tourism and Cultural Heritage

With an annual revenue of nearly €231 billion and more than 2.8 million people, coastal tourism is the largest blue economy sector. In addition to being an engine for economic growth, coastal tourism has the potential to promote a smart, sustainable and inclusive Europe

Last update: 15/03/22

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