NBS Markets - second online meeting

The NBS MARKETS seed project, which aims to create strong partnerships that work together to develop and test methods to bring nature-based solutions to markets, is successfully underway. The second online meeting of the NBS MARKETS project has just concluded. Today, project partners discussed future project activities, the selection of potential pilot sites and partners. Participants in the meeting also shared information about their knowledge and skills important for the project endeavours and defined their role in the project.

Proposals from the Association of Polish Communes Euroregion Baltic to contribute to the project included: support for pilot investments and stakeholders responsible for the case study sites, e.g. support to local authorities, through activities such as promotion or study visits; facilitation of workshops and trainings for professionals and citizens (as part of a transnational workshop and training); networking, such as task forces and working groups; improvement of local strategies and creation of guidelines; transferability of results (strategies, reports etc.); digitalisation of results and methods, such as animations, knowledge pills, promotional videos; information for 40 local authorities from two regions in Poland and 8 regions in the ERB.

The proposed pilot sites identified by the STG ERB are Olsztyn and Tolkmicko, from the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, and Dzierzgoń from the Pomeranian Voivodeship.

The NBS Markets project is implemented with seed funding from the Interreg South Baltic programme.

The project partners are: Association of Polish Communes Euroregion Baltic (leader), Gdańsk University of Technology, the City Initiative Association, Skoodas district Municipality, University of Wismar.

You can read more about the NBS MARKETS project under 'projects':

NBS Markets


Another meeting of the consortium of the NBS MArkets project implemented with seed funding from the Interreg South Baltic programme is behind us.

Today the consortium met in a scaled-down group to discuss the plan for the current tasks of this short 4 months initiative and to create a framework for the future application.

During the meeting, the project team discussed:

During the meeting, in addition, the beneficiaries identified:

1. defining their role in the project

2. defining their competencies in relation to the project goals

3. potential partners and locations

It is very encouraging to see the agreement of the partners and the progress of the future initiative.

We look forward to further submissions!