The report "The Baltic Sea - Our Common Treasure. Economics of Saving the Sea" shows that people in countries around the Baltic Sea attach a great value to the Sea and are willing to pay 3 800 million Euros per year to improve the Baltic Sea environment. This exceeds the costs by 1 000 – 1 500 million Euros annually.
On October 4th the BalticSTERN Secretariat arranged a Stakeholder seminar to discuss results of the BalticSTERN research with invited representatives from Ministries, relevant business sectors, NGOs as well as prominent researchers.
In the first issue of the year of the popular scientific magazine HavsUtsikt, Marmar Nekoro and Siv Ericsdotter from the BalticSTERN Secretariat wrote about the importance of the Baltic Sea for residents around the Sea. The article in now available in English.
A new study by the research network BalticSTERN reveals that people around the Baltic Sea experience the effects of eutrophication, and are willing to pay for environmental improvements.
BalticSTERN deltar i seminarium i Almedalen om effekterna av överfisket, 3 juli
BalticSTERN deltar i seminarium i Almedalen om ökat samarbete och satsningar för Östersjön, 2 juli
Workshop 22 May in collaboration with WWF.
The results from the questionnaire for Baltic Sea relevant scenarios are now available.
New questionnaire launched to obtain an overview of research regarding scenarios related to the state of the Baltic Sea.
A first attempt at an ecological-economic evaluation of fishery management scenarios in the Baltic Sea region.