Publications from or about the Baltic Sea region
WWF Baltic Sea Scorecard 2011 Report
The Scorecard, presented at the annual WWF Baltic Sea Seminar in Stockholm during the Baltic Sea ...
WWF call for EC leadership on Integrated Sea Use Management
The European Commission is carrying out an impact assessment to explore the best way forward for ...
Washing our Dishes and Clothes without Polluting our Rivers and Seas
Many cleaning detergents commonly sold on the shelves of European supermarkets contain high ...
Baltic Sea Farmer of the Year Award 2010
Eutrophication or nutrient overload is the single largest environmental problem in the Baltic Sea. ...
Become a maritime specialist within 10 minutes - Maritime Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea
Maritime Spatial Planning is the tool that can help sort out complex challenges by allocating space ...
Future trends in the Baltic Sea
The Baltic, one of the world's most stressed seas, faces uncontrolled growth in demands for space ...
Together We Can Save the Baltic Sea
The WWF Baltic Ecoregion Programme is an active, ambitious and highly influential force in the ...
Baltic Sea Farmer of the Year 2009
Eutrophication, identified as the single most important threat to the health of the Baltic Sea, ...
WWF Scorecard: Countries lack the tools to save the Baltic Sea
The management of our marine resources today represents a “patchwork approach” where countries and ...
WWF-report:There is enough money to save the Baltic Sea four times over
Despite good ambitions and some improvements, the lion’s share of public subsidies to the ...
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