The University of Gdańsk is a dynamically developing institution of higher learning, and one that combines respect for tradition with a commitment to the new. We offer a very wide range of academic subjects, and an equally wide range of subjects that lead to professional qualifications in demand on the job market. An increasingly large proportion of students pursue their studies in state-of-the-art facilities on the University’s Baltic Campus, which is one of the largest university complexes in northern Poland.
The EUCC Baltic States Office is the regional office of the EUCC for the Baltic Sea Region. Registered since 1995 in Lithuania, the EUCC Baltic States Office is essentially active in the southeast of the Baltic Sea. The office serves the needs of approximately 100 EUCC members in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and the Baltic provinces of Russia (Kaliningrad and St. Petersburg). The main objectives of the EUCC Baltic States Office are to promote Integrated Costal Zone Management in the Eastern Baltic area and to disseminate information on EUCC activities in the region. On national levels, the office works to facilitate the national legislation on ICZM in the target countries.
The German branch ‘EUCC – Die Küsten Union Deutschland e.V.’ was established as an association (NGO) in 2002. Our main objective is to strengthen German activities within the field of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) by bridging the gap between coastal science and practice. EUCC-Germany provides relevant information, consults and educates coastal practitioners, hosts workshops and conferences and runs demonstration projects. We further aim to raise international awareness of German ICZM activities. Our main office is located in Warnemuende on the coast of the Baltic Sea. The board consists of representatives from both the North and Baltic Sea coasts. Please feel free to contact us.