You can find final reports of all work packages on the page “final results”.
Furthermore, all outputs from the project, the presentations and other material from the various events are available in the “downloads and results” section.
We hope you find the information useful. The project partners want to thank the Baltic Sea Region Programme for part-funding this project!]]>
The final seminar of Waterpraxis took place at the Amberton Hotel in Vilnius (Lithuania) on 11-12 January 2012. About 50 participants discussed about the experiences and results gathered in the 7 Baltic Sea partner countries within the project life time.]]>
The project partners of Waterpraxis met for their last management group meeting in Warsaw to discuss the last upcoming outputs of the project as well as the final seminar, which will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, in January 2012. After active discussions during the meeting, the partners are now back home and keep working hard to finalise the results of the project.
The team of TU Lodz also invited Mr Janusz Ciesielski, head of Mniszkow commune, to take part in the meeting. Mr. Cielsielski is actively involved in the Polish project activities and thanked the project for its work.]]>
The Research- and Transfer Centre “Applications of Life Sciences” of the HAW Hamburg organized the summer course on Sustainability, River Basin Management and Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Region, which took place from 20th to 24th September in Hamburg. The international course offered the opportunity to inform about up-to-date topics in the area of sustainable development, climate change and River Basin Management.]]>
ScanBalt is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2011. The ScanBalt team be honored to have you with them, share with you the experiences of the last 10 years and discuss with you the upcoming challenges.]]>
The seminar summarizing the results achieved in the project WATERPRAXIS took place on Tuesday, 13th September 2011. It is a part of the European Baltic Sea Protection Programme and is based on implementing effective, innovative ways to reduce emissions of pollutants into rivers and lakes in the Baltic countries. During the seminar the technical documentation of the planned investment, which has been funded by the WATERPRAXIS project, has been handed over to the authorities of Mniszków municipality. Its implementation will contribute to the improvement of water quality in the Sulejowski Reservoir.]]>
The partners of the WATERPRAXIS project met in Lulea, Sweden, for the 5th management group meeting to agree on the workplan for the last period of the project. In the evening the project partners visited a hydro power plant with several interesting measures to secure fish migration. The partners also had the chance to see the really beautiful waterfall “Storforsen”.]]>