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4 Project(s) with Partner(s) based in Northern Ireland

COREPOINT - Creating a Sustainable Framework for ICZM
All North West European countries share concerns about coastal problems, such as flooding resulting from coastal change. The objective of Corepoint is to establish NW Europe as an internationally recognised region of excellence in coastal man [...]

Lead Partner: University College Cork, (Coastal & Marine Resources Centre)
Measures: 5.2
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Bring up geology in a conversation and it will soon become apparent that the general public has limited knowledge on the geological diversity of North West Europe and its determining influence on the history and culture of the region. Buildin [...]

Lead Partner: Natural Environment Research Council (Geological Survey of Northern Ireland)
Measures: 4.1
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MESH - Development of a framework for Mapping European Seabed Habitats
The MESH project, led by the UK’s Joint Nature Conservation Committee, will focus on seabed areas within the NWE. Their diverse habitats and biodiversity are important food and energy resources as well as essential components of the ecosyst [...]

Lead Partner: Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Measures: 5.2
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SPAN - Strategic Planning Action Network for Local Development
Building on the guiding principles of polycentricity and urban-rural partnership laid down by the ESDP, this 4 year action project, led by Brussels University will look at new ways of stimulating indigenous development and balanced growth. Th [...]

Lead Partner: Université Libre de Bruxelles - Institut de Gestion de l'Environnement et d'Aménagement du Territoire (ULB-IGEAT)
Measures: 1.2
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