Publications from or about the Baltic Sea region | WWF

Posted on 07 December 2018 | 

On December 17th and 18th 2018 the EU Fisheries Council (AGRIFISH) will decide on fishing ...

Posted on 24 October 2018 | 

This year’s winning farms are diverse in size and type, ranging from a small biodynamic farm to an ...

Posted on 14 August 2018 | 

In October 2018, EU fisheries ministers are scheduled to agree on fishing opportunities in the ...

Posted on 13 March 2018 | 

The Baltic Sea Action Plan Scorecard 2018 assesses the progress by HELCOM contracting countries ...

Posted on 05 March 2018 | 

Ten years after the original Baltic Sea Action Plan was signed, the recovery of the Baltic Sea ...

Posted on 30 May 2017 | 

Posted on 02 November 2015 | 

Many farmers are prepared to go the extra mile in order to help save the Baltic Sea. The winners of ...

Blue Economy principles report

Enabling common standards

In order to effectively mainstream ocean and coastal ecosystems into national budgetary and planning processes, we need to find a common language that enables common standards by which to value these important ecosystems.
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BCG Report

New report shows - a healthy Baltic Sea can contribute to economic and job growth

Strategically developing the Baltic Sea region into a blue and green technology hub is one of the key recommendations to restoring the health of the region, according to the study... read more

Baltic Scenarios

Possible Futures for the Use of the Baltic Sea towards 2030

The ‘Baltic Scenarios’ is an initiative launched by WWF and designed to spark a broad dialogue and serve as a catalyst for future collaboration, commitment and action by the public and private sectors to create the Baltic we seek today, tomorrow and in 20 years.. read more

Future Trends

Exponential growth will increase demand for the limited space and resources

The Baltic Sea is getting more crowded, used by a variety of maritime activities, almost all projected to increase and expand substantially over the next 20 years.. read more

Baltic Sea Scorecard Report

The most problematic areas are the fight against eutrophication and the protection of biodiversity..read more