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

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Online public consultation EC

11.01.2021

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The European Commission has launched an online publicconsultation on the development of three important and inter-connectedEU biodiversity policy initiatives: 1. Development of legally binding EU nature restoration targets, 2. The evaluation of the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2020 (2011-2020), 3. The ...

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Waterdrive 4th Communication Brief

29.12.2020

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The need for professional advice to farmers is growing as agriculture becomes more and more competitive and complex. The landowners are in the driver?s seat in a new extraordinary mission to manage waters, biodiversity, soil and climate, not only for the good of the individual farm but also for the ...

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Report on Manure in the Baltic Region

29.12.2020

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A report by the SuMaNu project summarises manure management in the Baltic region. Examples of Finland, Sweden, Germany and Poland, with maps, show the uneven distribution of livestock production (and so manure). An overview of different manure processing technologies is provided covering, with estimated ...

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Open public consultation on the revisions of the EU IED and the E-PRTR

28.12.2020

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The purpose of this consultation is to gather views from the public and stakeholders on possible measures to include in revisions to the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) and the European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register Regulation (E-PRTR). The evaluations of both these pieces of legislation ...

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The true cost of organic compared to conventional food

18.12.2020

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Article of Pieper M., Michalke A. & Gaugler T., entitled "Calculation of external climate costs for food highlights inadequate pricing of animal products" and published in Nature Communication 11, 6117 (2020) puts a price tag on the external costs of meat, dairy and plant production in ...

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Revision of EU industrial emissions legislation - first stakeholder workshop

15.12.2020

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The First Stakeholder Workshop within the context of the Revision of the Industrial Emissions Directive and the First Stakeholder Workshop within the context of the Revision of the E-PRTR Regulation which is being organised by a RPA-led consortium, will take place on December 15, 2020.

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Federacja Zielonych GAJA
5 Lipca 45, 70-374 Szczecin, Poland
Phone. +48 91 489 42 33
Fax + 48 91 489 42 32
fzbiuro@gajanet.pl


Coalition Clean Baltic
Östra Ågatan 53
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.