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.
With the chill of autumn, life changes in the reeds. It’s noticeably quiet – a night and day change after the spring and summer, when there’s a symphony of chirping, splashing and motion in the reeds. This may not be something people think much about, but for Åsa Nilsson Austin, PhD in Marine Ecology, the […]
This week we had the great honour of welcoming Douglas Bjäresten and Lisa Stockhaus to this year’s Trainee program for future Baltic Sea Ambassadors. – The trainee program is a unique opportunity to expand my understanding and knowledge of ocean-related issues, policy work and advocacy. It will be fun to use the tools I learned […]
Today, the foundation’s board consists of members from the academy and the business sector. To further strengthen the breadth of the board, national economist Stefan Fölster has joined as a director. – The depletion of fish stocks in the Baltic Sea is based on bad calculations. As a national economist, I try to contribute to […]
Researchers who have recently graduated and obtained their doctoral degree are an important resource for future research and shape the creative research base, contributing to developments of ideas and innovations. To support PhD students and researchers at the beginning of their careers, BalticWaters2030 started the scholarship program contributing with funds for equipment and travels necessary […]
In 2020, BalticWaters2030 and Uppsala University launched a five-year programme that can only be described as bold. ReCod – release of small cod in the Baltic Sea is designed to investigate whether the Baltic’s cod stock can be strengthened by releasing cod larvae into the Sea. This may sound simple, but there are many steps […]
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.