What was achieved?

The overall aim of BE-AWARE is to clearly understand the (sub) regional risk of marine pollution in the Greater North Sea and its approaches and to compare the effectiveness of different strategies with the goal of optimising marine pollution prevention.

In order to achieve this aim, the work was split into ten work packages consisting of project management, kick-off meeting, regional resource database (data), methodology, traffic and use study, environmental and socioeconomic sensitivity criteria, risk assessment seminar, risk assessment (mineral oil and HNS), case study and final conference. View how these work packages were fit into the project timeline.

The work packages included deliverables which were the main outputs of the project, including:

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Project Timeline

The timeline below outlines how the various BE-AWARE work packages were linked together and fed into the major project activities such as the method seminar, risk assessment seminar and final conference.