"Muu" projekt MOIAO12047I
MOIAO12047I "AQUABEST - Innovative practices and technologies for developing sustainable aquaculture in the Baltic Sea Region (1.07.2011−30.06.2014)", Hannes Veinla, Tartu Ülikool.
MOIAO12047I
AQUABEST - Innovative practices and technologies for developing sustainable aquaculture in the Baltic Sea Region
1.07.2011
30.06.2014
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.7. ÕigusteadusS120 Keskkonnaõigus5.4. Teised sotsiaalteadused (sotsiaal- ja kultuurantropoloogia, etnoloogia, demograafia, inim-, majandus- ja sotsiaalgeograafia, munitsipaal- ja regionaalplaneering, haldusjuhtimine, õigusteadus, lingvistika, politoloogia, sotsioloogia jne.100,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Tartu Ülikoolpartner01.07.2011−30.06.2014
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Komisjon
PerioodSumma
01.07.2011−30.06.201414 450,00 EUR
14 450,00 EUR
Läänemere piirkonna programm

Activity 1. Inventory and description of legal regulation framework of aquaculture in all BSR countries Understanding the environmental legislative framework conceming aquaculture practices in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) is an essential part in attaining a high level of sustainability in aquaculture production. In this project the intention is to provide an insight to the environmental legislative system regulating aquaculture emissions in the BSR countries. The most important regulative steering device in this sense is a command-and-control based environmental permitting system, which has+B19 been adapted widely in the studied countries. However, there are also large differences between different national permit systems and pracöces which is demonstrated by providing an introduction to the permit systems of Finland, Äland (Finland), Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Poland and Belarus. Activity 2 Comparative analysis of licensing models and their ecological and economical performance in selected BSR Member States.Permitting is the main regulative instrument used to control aquaculture emissions in different BSR states. The countries sharing the most similar legislative basis in this respect are Finland and Sweden. In this actfvity, environmental legislation in force in Finland and Sweden conceming aquaculture emissions will be analyzed in a detailed manner. Acrjvity 3 Use, effectivity and perspecüves of eco-certificafjon and other self-regulafjon systems in the verification of sustainability in the BSR aquaculture Eco-certification and other self-regulation systems in the verification of sustainability in the BSR aquaculture are strong future trends. Actfvity.4 Summarizing synthesis of the need and use of altemative environmental policy instruments, with special reference in development of incentfve and EAA-supporting licensing An assessment of the level of functionality and performance of the different permitting models in use in the BSR requires the development of an "index" suitable for assessing and comparing the level of functionality and defining the criteria for this assessment. This B48may enable the development of regulatory innovations as best pracfjces for regulafjng aquaculture coherently in the BSR.
Activity 1. Inventory and description of legal regulation framework of aquaculture in all BSR countries Understanding the environmental legislative framework conceming aquaculture practices in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) is an essential part in attaining a high level of sustainability in aquaculture production. In this project the intention is to provide an insight to the environmental legislative system regulating aquaculture emissions in the BSR countries. The most important regulative steering device in this sense is a command-and-control based environmental permitting system, which has+B19 been adapted widely in the studied countries. However, there are also large differences between different national permit systems and pracöces which is demonstrated by providing an introduction to the permit systems of Finland, Äland (Finland), Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Poland and Belarus. Activity 2 Comparative analysis of licensing models and their ecological and economical performance in selected BSR Member States.Permitting is the main regulative instrument used to control aquaculture emissions in different BSR states. The countries sharing the most similar legislative basis in this respect are Finland and Sweden. In this actfvity, environmental legislation in force in Finland and Sweden conceming aquaculture emissions will be analyzed in a detailed manner. Acrjvity 3 Use, effectivity and perspecüves of eco-certificafjon and other self-regulafjon systems in the verification of sustainability in the BSR aquaculture Eco-certification and other self-regulation systems in the verification of sustainability in the BSR aquaculture are strong future trends. Actfvity.4 Summarizing synthesis of the need and use of altemative environmental policy instruments, with special reference in development of incentfve and EAA-supporting licensing An assessment of the level of functionality and performance of the different permitting models in use in the BSR requires the development of an "index" suitable for assessing and comparing the level of functionality and defining the criteria for this assessment. This B48may enable the development of regulatory innovations as best pracfjces for regulafjng aquaculture coherently in the BSR.
KirjeldusProtsent
Rakendusuuring100,0