Introduction to the Fruit Basket, project Output Library

The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme 2007-2013 financed in total 90 transnational cooperation projects covering a wide scope of themes. In order to share the work done with you, the Programme has created this online basket of projects – a Fruit Basket if you will (formally called the Output Library).

The Fruit Basket may be used for diverse purposes. For example, when you have a specific challenge in your area with regard to transport, you may want to find out what has been done previously in that area and you will most likely find useful documents that would increase your knowledge in the specific topic. Take your pick!

You searched for "Cultural heritage and arts". 11 outputs found.

Project:
Title:
Live like locals - brochure in English and Japanese
Date:
Dec 2011
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Description:
Publication of the brochure is related to tourism pilot competition for individual bloggers that was organized during summer 2011 in Japan to win a trip to Baltic Sea Region area and travel under “Live like locals theme”. Three bloggers were selected out of 32 applicants. Live like locals - brochure in English http://baltmetpromo.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Tourist_Broshure_Eng+LOW.pdf
Title:
Baltic Green Belt territorial concept & action plan
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
In the development concept for the Baltic Green Belt, the main activities of the project are summarised with respect to the main fields of activity (tourism, eutrophication, conservation, climate change and ICZM). This compilation shall serve as a source of inspiration for similar sustainability initiatives. In the last two chapters, the concept 1) concludes lessons learned and gives suggestions on how to transfer the project results to other regions, and 2) provides an action plan to further develop the Green Belt in the Baltic Sea Region.
Project:
Title:
The Six Baltic Sea Wonders contest
Date:
Nov 2012
Description:
After a pre-selection procedure 65 candidates of natural and cultural heritage from all countries around the Baltic Sea were included in a web based heritage panel showing structured information, pictures, maps and links. During 3 voting rounds to find out the Six Baltic Sea Wonders, nearly 15,000 voters from the entire BSR gave more than 45,000 votes. The six winners were awarded during the final project meeting: - White cliffs of Ruegen and Moen (DE, DK) - Curonian Spit (LT, RU) - Masurian Lake District (PL) - Tallin old town (EE) - Vilnius old town (LT) - Gdansk, town of memory & freedom (PL)
Project:
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Series of brochures "Treasures of the Baltic Sea"
Date:
Nov 2013
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Description:
The series "Treasures of the Baltic Sea" consists of five issues, each of them related to one of the pilot project groups castles, red-brick gothic, forests, shifting sand dunes and stones. In a well structured way the brochures show the rich treasures all around the Baltic Sea and give an overview about the rich treasures of the region, as it was never seen before in such a composition. The aim is to attract tourists to the region and to be perceived by tour operators.
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A collection of new narratives and rural highlights
Date:
Sep 2012
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The first output created was the "Guidelines for storytelling and new narratives" which resulted in a variety of new narratives and marketing concepts. Some partners produced videos, books, leaflets, corporate logos,signs and events where the new narratives and profiles were communicated to a wider public. Through websites, TV programs, newspapers and the leaflet "Roadmap to rural highlights" the new approach to marketing and ambient branding of the various places have been communicated. Roadmap to rural highlights can be downloaded from our webpage.
Project:
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Baltic Fashion Findings
Date:
Oct 2013
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The Baltic Fashion Findings sum up the main results of the project. They provide an overview on the state of the fashion industry with regard to support offers in each country and present a selection of the most successful support programmes, business trainings as well as innovative approaches that have been assessed, developed and/or carried through. Furthermore, this document recommends actions to stimulate the fashion sector at national level as well as across the BSR.
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Publication: Baltic Fashion Innovation
Date:
Sep 2013
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Description:
In the course of the project, fashion innovations and their applications were analysed. They focused on the topics of sustainability, new niches as well as materials and technologies. The innovative approaches identified were compiled in the digest "Baltic Fashion Innovations". The publication is targeted towards fashion designers to serve as a source of inspiration and to motivate them to take up innovate elements/methods in their work.
Project:
Title:
PublicationSustainable Fashion - New Approaches
Date:
Dec 2013
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Description:
This publication aims to provide a source of inspiration for students, designers and companies, and all stakeholders whose interests lies in the areas of sustainable fashion. The book presents approaches to fashiontaht embrace future-oriented value. Several chaptes illustrate how effective fashion can be a transformative or change agent. A sustainable approach can also reframe current business thinking and real opportunites for innovative business strategies. Sustainable Fashion proposes how we can make positie change in current practives and how to effect new mindsets, creating transformation in fashion.
Project:
Title:
Eight essays on forest governance on landscape scale
Date:
Jun 2014
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Description:
In many European countries the implementation forest and environmental policies rest more on information and voluntary agreements and less on economic incentives and regulations. At the same time our forests are expected to deliver not only increasing volumes of timber but also other products and environmental services. How to balance all these different values and interests is thus the issue at stake. In this anthology, a broad range of “burning issues” related to forest governance on a landscape scale are examined and discussed.
Project:
Title:
Portfolio of Baltic Sea Region Images and Identities
Date:
Aug 2014
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The Portfolio explores the identities and image elements of the Baltic Sea Region. These elements take the form of assets and values as well as narratives associated with these values, which are are described through short textual narratives and exemplified by geographical hotspots. The Portfolio can be used as a framework for investigating and creating an identity and branding profile of the Baltic Sea Region.
Project:
Title:
Amazing Cities of the Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Jan 2014
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Description:
The brocuhure introduces the Baltic Sea Region and some if it's major cities as one attractive destination, highligting both the diversity and the common identity of the area, main touristic attractions, event and connections from one city to another. It is aimed at tour operators and tourists alike.