Publications from or about the Baltic Sea region
Principles for a Sustainable Blue Economy
During the past few years, the term “Blue Economy” or “Blue Growth” has surged into common policy ...
Baltic Sea Farmer of the Year Award 2014
Baltic Ecoregion News
This is the first issue of the Baltic Ecoregion Newsletter in 2014. Read it to find out what has ...
Turning Adversity into Opportunity - A Business Plan for the Baltic Sea
Measures to restore the health of the Baltic Sea could bring €32 billion and 550,000 jobs to the ...
Baltic Sea Farmer of the Year Award 2013
Many farmers take innovative measures to help reduce nutrient runoff to the Baltic Sea and achieve ...
Baltic Sea Action Plan - is it on track?
The Baltic Sea Region is one of the richest and most educated regions in the world, and several ...
Baltic Sea Agricultural Solutions - Best Practices of Baltic-Friendly Agriculture
This booklet is a compilation of agricultural solutions – best practices showcased by past winners ...
WWF Counter Currents - Scenarios for the Baltic Sea Towards 2030
The ‘Baltic Scenarios’ is an initiative launched by WWF and designed to spark a broad dialogue and ...
Untapped potential in Agri-Environment Measures
A study commissioned by the WWF shows that while Agri-Environment Measures in the Baltic Sea region ...
WWF call for EC leadership on Integrated Sea Use Management
WWF is calling for a legally binding framework at the European level to facilitate the integrated ...
Blue Economy principles report
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.
Read the full report here