CCBs activities in the Baltic Sea Region

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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....

Plastic Free Baltic

CCBs action site for stopping the use of microplastic in consumer products.
CCB considers products that contain microplastics to be harmful and unnecessary and that adding microplastics to any consumer product should be banned!

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#IamTheBaltic

10 year have passed since the Baltic Sea Action Plan was adopted by HELCOM and 9 years since the Marine Strategy Framework Directive was developed. Progress of the Baltic to reach Good Environmental Status is slow and very far from the initial ambitions! As Baltic citizens we have a right, a claim to the Baltic Sea and it is.

THE ENDANGERED EEL

The European eel (Anguilla anguilla) is a critically endangered fish, but we still have it in our waters and we can act now to save this unique fish. The decline of the species is so radical that scientist have called for a complete ban for all fisheries and to reduce all human induced mortality to zero.

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