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Hazardous substances management.
No big deal.
Comic book “Hazardous substances management. No big deal”
Baltic pilot cases on reduction of emissions
by substitution of hazardous chemicals
and resource efficiency
best practice guide
How to inform customers
about environmental benefits
Green infrastructure of lowland
rivers for safeguarding nature and
This brochure introduces the green infrastructure concept and its potential for lowland river landscapes as well as presents the experience gained by the project
“How much is the grass?”
LIFE Viva Grass project layman report with the main results, achievements and success.
Key findings from monitoring of environmental impacts
This brochure presents key findings from the socio-economic impact assessment of the LIFE Viva Grass project activities.
People’s perception of grassland ecosystems and their services
This brochure highlights the importance of people’s understanding and perception of grassland ecosystems and their services (LIFE Viva Grass project)
Key findings from assessment of socioeconomic impacts
With this brochure we present key findings from the socio-economic impact assessment of the LIFE Viva Grass project activities.
LIFE Viva Grass Recommendations on Ecosystem-based Planning and Grassland Management
The recommendations presented here have been developed based on the policy and best practice analysis, the experience of testing the tool application in the 9 case study areas
Handbook on innovative
modes of stakeholder
This Handbook reflects on stakeholder involvement,
linking it to renewable energy pilot projects
implemented in the BEA-APP project partner
Chemicals in Plastic
A danger to humans and the ocean
This brochure clarifies the composition of plastics,
the harmful chemicals in plastic, and their routes of
transport. It also provides specific everyday tips on how
everyone can protect their health, the environment and
Integrated planning approach and Viva Grass Integrated Planning Tool
This brochure gives a brief introduction to the integrated planning approach taking into account ecological as well as socio-economic aspects and, to the benefits of considering ecosystem services in different policy sectors, land use management and development planning
Methodology for Regional and Local
Landscape and Green Infrastructure
Planning in Lowland Areas
Overview on integrated approaches for ecosystem and landscape
management, with particular focus on river ecosystems within lowland landscape – the special character of the ERNGRAVE project area
Overview of the inhabitants’ campaigns in the cities and the most successful campaign elements
Brief overview of the NonHazCity project
SUMBA project informative flyer
Sustainable urban mobility and commuting in the Baltic cities
Project ENGRAVE informative leaflet
Leaflet includes short description of the project aims, main activities, partnership as well as envisaged results
SIM4NEXUS project informative flyer
Leaflet includes short description of what is SIM4NEXUS, benefits of participating, case studies description as well as how to get involved
LIFE Grassservice project layman’s report
Brief introduction of project’s idea, partners and overview of the main activities and achievements as well as future perspectives
How do grasslands benefit humans
This brochure would like to show that the perception of grasslands
only as an animal fodder provider, or just as a biodiversity pool, is rather narrow minded
Development of a Maritime Spatial Plan
The brochure describes the methodology used to develop the Maritime Spatial Plan for the internal waters, territorial waters and exclusive economic zone of the Republic of Latvia.
MARMONI activities and results in brief
The project MARMONI has been implemented in four countries – Latvia, Estonia, Finland and Sweden. In the following brochure, the main activities, results and learnings have been described in brief.
The Diversity of Life in the Baltic Sea
In order to protect the marine biodiversity we need know about species and biotopes, threats to them and their health.