Publications from or about the Baltic Sea region
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 ...
The Invisible Threat to the Baltic Sea: Spring Algae Blooms
WWF's report focuses on the distribution of so called “spring blooms” in the Baltic Sea. In 2009, ...
Great Barrier Reef Workshops
During two weeks in late September 2008, WWF organized a series of workshops with three people who ...
2008 Baltic Sea Scorecard
The nine states around the Baltic Sea all scored a bottom grade for their marine environmental ...
No more EU-trophication! How CAP reform can save the Baltic Sea
In the last 150 years, the Baltic Sea has developed from a pristine, nutrient-poor, clear water sea ...
Effects of Climate Change on Eutrophication in the Northern Baltic Sea
This WWF report analyses the impacts of climate change on eutrophication in the northern waters of ...
Baltic Sea Scorecard
The Baltic Score Card measures and grades the performance of the nine coastal Baltic Sea ...
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