Baltic Sea newsroom
Ship sewage banned in Baltic Sea
Ship sewage will no longer be allowed to foul the Baltic Sea.
IMO bans ships' sewage in the Baltic Sea!
At a last minute session, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) today agreed to ban the ...
Cruise ships still dump their sewage in the Baltic Sea
Despite promises to use port facilities to offload waste water, more than half of the cruise ships ...
Uncontrolled growth threatens the Baltic Sea
The competition for space and resources in the Baltic Sea is rapidly growing. Many sectors are ...
Baltic Sea states behind schedule on environment protection
WWF, Moscow 19 May 2010: Implementation of the Baltic Sea Action Plan (BSAP) is lagging far behind ...
WWF and Industry Leaders join forces to save European fisheries
Global environment organisation WWF and the leading associations for European seafood processors ...
Out-of-court negotiations lay way for less damaging Baltic pipleline
The controversial Baltic Sea gas pipeline is to be less damaging to the vulnerable sea following ...
2010 “Baltic Sea Farmer of the Year Award” now open for applications
Today WWF and Swedbank, together with the Baltic Farmers Forum for the Environment (BFFE) and ...
WWF: Seven Simple Things to save the Baltic Sea
WWF and its partner organisations today sent letters to the Prime Ministers in all the Baltic Sea ...
Finnish farmer is the Baltic Sea Farmer of the Year
Ms. Katariina Vapola and Mr. Jyrki Ankelo from Finland today received the WWF Baltic Sea Farmer of ...