Preventing negative consequences of intensive livestock production in the Baltic Sea Region

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Ocean literacy in the Baltic: EU4Ocean event workshop

24.09.2020

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The Baltic Sea is an ecosystem facing unique challenges. The intensity of usage by multiple actors from the shipping industry to energy, combined with nutrient run-off from agriculture and phenomena such as exacerbated algal blooms make a "healthy Baltic Sea for all" a very demanding task. ...

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Stockholm Resilience Centre have launched the Baltic Health Index

24.09.2020

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This Monday the Stockholm Resilience Centre have launched the Baltic Health Index, which is based on the original global Ocean Health. A press release by SU of the BHI can be found here https://www.stockholmresilience.org/research/research-news/2020-09-21-how-the-baltic-sea-is-really-doing.html or https://ohi-science.org/news/BHI_scores_announced ...

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Evaluation and Revision under Industrial Emissions Directive (IED)

23.09.2020

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The EU Commission will propose a revision of EU measures addressing pollution from large industrial installations in 2021, as announced in the European Green Deal. The aims of the revision are to progress towards the EU?s zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment and to support climate, energy ...

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Baltic Breakfast: The New Baltic Sea Action Plan - Contributions from Science

22.09.2020

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Baltic Breakfast is a series of short breakfast webinars organised by the Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre. Their aim is to present the latest knowledge about issues of central importance to the Baltic Sea environment. The breakfast webinars are addressed to people in different sectors working ...

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Our Baltic Conference - 28 September 2020

15.09.2020

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Our Baltic will gather ministers, decision makers, scientists and stakeholders from NGOs and industry in the region and across the EU to discuss the challenges faced by this sea. In line with the EU Biodiversity Strategy and the Zero Pollution ambition announced in the European Green Deal, the Conference ...

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Interview: "Interreg projects can push into the right direction"

11.09.2020

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To improve the water quality of the sea has been a continuous objective of Interreg Baltic Sea Region and its predecessor programmes. Many projects have received funding to reduce negative impacts of agriculture on the sea. The platform SuMaNu gathers and synthesises best practices and recommendations ...

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Coalition Clean Baltic
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SE-753 22 Uppsala, Sweden
SHORT ABOUT THE PROJECT

Project Industrial animal farms in the Baltic Sea Region - sustainable practices to reduce nutrient loads is a part of a long-term campaign of the Coalition Clean Baltic and Green Federation "GAJA", aiming to reduce the negative impact of large-scale animal production on the environment and local communities in the Baltic Sea Region, particularly by reducing nutrient run-off into the sea. The project is part-financed by the European Union. This website reflects only the view of the Coalition Clean Baltic. The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.