The overall aim of Baltic Master II is to improve the on-land response capacity to oil spills in the
The project brings together actors from a wide range of levels going from local, regional and national authorities to research institutes, universities and pan-Baltic organisations. Providing a link between the local/regional level and the national level is an important task of the project in order to combine hands-on knowledge with strategic work.
Baltic Master II also puts a significant effort in developing practical solutions to environmental safety problems in the
The project is divided into four different work packages
Partnership 48 partners from 9 different countries around the
Duration 25 January 2009 – 25 January 2012
Budget Approx 4 million Euro. The project is part financed by the European Union (European Regional and Development Fund) under the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013.