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  • Water Protection in Agriculture

    The Baltic Sea is heavily affected by eutrophication resulting from excess nutrient loads for many years. About 50% of all nutrients stem from agriculture in the Baltic sea catchment area. CCB works actively within HELCOM working groups and Heads of Delegation meetings to uphold the agreed goals and....

  • River Basin and Wastewater Management

    Most of the water quality problems in the Baltic Sea originate upstream from the thousands of water ways in the catchment area. Some 25% of the nutrient load in the Baltic Sea comes from waste water and upstream sources of pollution....

  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

    Fisheries in the Baltic Sea have a large impact of that status of the sea environment beyond just status of the fish stocks. A sea and marine ecosystem in balance needs a thriving marine life and fish play a key role in the ecosystem. The Baltic cod is very....

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We want to deeply thank all of you for supporting CCB in its work for the protection of the Baltic Sea Region and we look forward to sharing other successful and positive stories in 2021!⠀
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WE are drivers of change, WE are the Baltic.

We want to deeply thank all of you for supporting CCB in its work for the protection of the Baltic Sea Region and we look forward to sharing other successful and positive stories in 2021!⠀

WE are drivers of change, WE are the Baltic.
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🌊 Together with 150 NGOs, we call on the EU to end support for new hydropower projects in Europe.⁠
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Hydropower plants destroy wetlands, break up rivers, block fish migration routes, trap sediments, and can reduce the availability of drinking water. 🏞️⁠
Yet 1/3 of new plants in 🇪🇺 are set to be built in #nature protection areas! ⁠
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We don’t want anymore of this in Europe. To read the Hydropower Manifesto check the link in bio.⁠
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📸picture: iStockphoto⁠
#WeAreTheBaltic #OurBaltic #ProtectWater #biodiversity #EUwater #LetItFlow #EUGreenDeal #NatureBasedSolutions #RiversUniteUs #DamRemoval #EP4WFD #ValuingRivers

🌊 Together with 150 NGOs, we call on the EU to end support for new hydropower projects in Europe.⁠
.⁠
Hydropower plants destroy wetlands, break up rivers, block fish migration routes, trap sediments, and can reduce the availability of drinking water. 🏞️⁠
Yet 1/3 of new plants in 🇪🇺 are set to be built in #nature protection areas! ⁠
.⁠
We don’t want anymore of this in Europe. To read the Hydropower Manifesto check the link in bio.⁠
.⁠
📸picture: iStockphoto⁠
#WeAreTheBaltic #OurBaltic #ProtectWater #biodiversity #EUwater #LetItFlow #EUGreenDeal #NatureBasedSolutions #RiversUniteUs #DamRemoval #EP4WFD #ValuingRivers
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Finnish Association for Nature Conservation
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