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Portbooker

Portbooker

31 May 2017

Online Nautical Guide with information on more than 8500 marinas, including an online and real-time berth booking engine.

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Spanish Federation of Marinas and Touristic Associations (FEAPDT)

The Spanish Federation of Associations of Tourist Marinas is conformed by the Associations of Andalusia, the Balearic Islands, Catalonia, Murcia, Valencia, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria. In the nearly 8000 km long coastline of the peninsula and the Balearic and Canary islands there are over 350 marinas, with more than 125,000 berths. Almost two thirds of the ports in Spain are in the Mediterranean area, 214 in particular. The 138 others are in Spanish communities and bathed by the Atlantic Provinces and the Cantabrian Sea

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Foundation for Environmental Education

A world-renowned eco-label trusted by millions around the globe, the Blue Flag programme is operated under the auspices of the Foundation for Environmental Education and is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. In order to qualify for this prestigious award, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety-related and access-related criteria must be met and maintained. Through close collaboration with our members on any and all issues they may have, the Foundation for Environmental Education works tirelessly to ensure the programme's expansion, and that the unrivalled standards of the Blue Flag are maintained internationally.

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The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)

The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) is the Dutch national weather service. Primary tasks of KNMI are weather forecasting, and monitoring of weather, climate, air quality and seismic activity. KNMI is also the national research and information centre for meteorology, climate, air quality, and seismology.

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Cruise Europe

Cruise Europe

22 May 2017

Cruise Europe has over a hundred members within Northern and Atlantic Europe. Our 4 regions –Norway, Iceland & the Faroes, The Baltic, UK & Ireland and Europe’s West Coast offer a diversity of experiences. White nights in the north, hot sunny days in the south. Exciting architecture as well as exciting art. Museums where the guest can get an insight into all aspects of Europe’s history, traditions, handicrafts and present day life. Nature in Europe is everything from pristine meadows to busy beaches, great coast lines, walks in birch woods or cypress groves and well-kept golf courses - each with its own characteristic.All regions give the guest an opportunity to feel the beat of the European cities, shop for the unique design of that special area and savour the national food and drink of the countries where the ships dock.

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MedCruise

MedCruise

22 May 2017

Set up in Rome on the 11th of June 1996, MedCruise is the Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports. MedCruise's mission is to promote the cruise industry in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas. The Association assists its members in benefiting from the growth of the cruise industry by providing networking, promotional and professional development opportunities. Today, the association has grown to 72 members representing more than 100 ports around the Mediterranean region, including the Black Sea, the Red Sea and the Near Atlantic, plus 32 associate members, representing other associations, tourist boards and ship/port agents.

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Polar Science Center

Polar Science Center

05 May 2017

The Polar Science Center conducts basic and applied research on the oceanography, climatology, meteorology, biology and ecology of the ice-covered regions on Earth and elsewhere in our solar system . The scope of PSC research and fieldwork includes the Arctic and the Antarctic, as well as sea-ice, glaciers and continental ice sheets.

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Nordic iLibrary

Nordic iLibrary

25 Apr 2017

Nordic publications play a key role as the outcome of the many projects and activities fostered and financed by the Nordic co-operation. Being primarily research-based analyses the publications form the basis for political decisions in the Nordic co-operation.

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ZENAT (Zentrum für nachhaltigen Tourismus an der Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde)

The HNE Eberswalde Sustainable Tourism Center (Zenat) is dedicated to the research, testing and dissemination of new knowledge on the management of sustainable tourism. This occurs in a wide network of science, education, advocacy and practice.

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Kystverket

Kystverket

09 Mar 2017

Kystverket is an Norwegian agency for coastal management, marine safety and preparedness for acute pollution

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Klaipeda university

Klaipeda university

08 Mar 2017

AquaNIS is an online information system on the aquatic Non-Indigenous Species (NIS), and species which might be considered as NIS, i.e. cryptogenic species. The system stores and disseminates information on NIS introduction histories, recipient regions, taxonomy, biological traits, impacts, and other relevant documented data. Currently, the system contains data on NIS introduced to marine, brackish and coastal freshwater of Europe and neighboring regions, but may be extended to other parts of the World.

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UNEP (Ozone Secretariat)

The Ozone Secretariat is the Secretariat for the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer and for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.

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European and Mediterranean Plan Protection Organization (EPPO)

EPPO is an intergovernmental organization responsible for cooperation and harmonization in plant protection within the European and Mediterranean region. Under the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC), EPPO is the regional plant protection organization (RPPO) for Europe.

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International Permafrost Association

The International Permafrost Association, founded in 1983, has as its objectives to foster the dissemination of knowledge concerning permafrost and to promote cooperation among persons and national or international organizations engaged in scientific investigation and engineering work on permafrost. Membership is through adhering national or multinational organizations or as individuals in countries where no Adhering Body exists. The IPA is governed by its officers and a Council consisting of representatives from 26 Adhering Bodies having interests in some aspect of theoretical, basic and applied frozen ground research, including permafrost, seasonal frost, artificial freezing and periglacial phenomena. Committees, Working Groups, and Task Forces organize and coordinate research activities and special projects.

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Nordregio

Nordregio

23 Feb 2017

Nordregio is a leading Nordic and European research centre for regional development and planning, established by the Nordic Council of Ministers. We conduct solution-oriented and applied research, addressing current issues from both a research perspective and the viewpoint of policymakers and practitioners.

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