15.05.2018 BONUS BASMATI introduces itself in a video
The first BONUS BASMATI video has been published.
Within the past weeks several publications of the BONUS BALTCOAST project have been released and are now available on the project's website: www.baltcoast.net/publications.html
Theme: How can we enable circular innovations to trigger sustainable transformations in the Baltic Sea Region?
Innovative companies from Germany, Finland and The Netherlands have been successful in the competition. The three winners in the EU-funded BONUS RETURN innovation challenge are: Aquacare in the Netherlands, TerraNova in Germany, and Ravita in Finland.
27.03.2018 BONUS SHEBA - take a survey
The SHEBA project on Sustainable Shipping and Environment of the Baltic Sea region has reached its final phase. SHEBA is a BONUS-project which analyses the drivers for shipping, obtain the present and future traffic volumes and estimates emissions to water, to air, and of underwater noise. Further, the project will provide an integrated (ecological, economic, and social) assessment of policy options to mitigate pressures linked to shipping.
BONUS BLUEWEBS published a new paper in Ecological Informatics on modelling the change of the Gotland Basin food web using Dynamic Bayesian Network with hidden variables.
Press Release 9 March 2018 Four finalists with innovations addressing the reuse of nutrients and carbon are now nominated. The finalists selected in the final round of The Baltic Sea nutrients and carbon reuse challenge are: Aquacare, Netherlands, Carbonext, Sweden, TerraNova Energy, Germany and Ravita, Finland.