On Thursday last week, Johanna Fröjd, project manager for ReCod, went on a 6-day expedition with SLU’s research vessel Svea to get new cod to the project.
Each year, the foundation awards grants to a number of research projects with the potential to contribute to a healthier environment in the Baltic Sea. Read about this year’s projects here.
BalticWaters2030 launches website in more languages and is now also available in English and Finnish. If you should find something interesting that is not yet available in English, please contact us.
The fisheries policy and its loopholes.
The crisis in the Baltic Sea fish stocks is one of the most serious environmental problems facing the sea. Cod has collapsed, herring has declined dramatically, and several other important stocks are under threat. How can we let this happen?
Myths about the industrial fishing in the Baltic Sea
A lot is said about the fishing sector and the fish stocks development in the Baltic Sea, but what is true? Below, BalticWaters2030 tries to respond to common claims in the debate.
A collapse of herring could threaten the Baltic Sea ecosystem
It is hard to overestimate the importance of herring for the Baltic Sea and for Sweden. Herring is perhaps one of the most important species for the Baltic Sea ecosystem.