Support our work for a living Baltic Sea - contribute with a gift

Today, BalticWaters2030 runs three large-scale demonstration projects along with several smaller research and information projects. Our work is financed through private donations and collaborations with research institutions, governmental authorities, and companies. If you are interested in contributing financially to our work, you can donate either to the foundations general work or direct your donation to one of our demonstration projects. 

If you want to support our project to strengthen the cod stock in the Baltic Sea, mark your donation “ReCod”. Read more about the project here.

If you want to support our project for the restoration of shallow bays, mark your donation “Living bays”. Read more about the project here.

If you want to support our project for circular use of animal manure, mark your donation “Circular NP”. Read more about the project here.

If you want to support our work with advocacy to save the Baltic Sea fish stocks, mark your donation “save the Baltic fish”. Read more about the project here.

All donations go in full to the foundation´s work for a healthier Baltic Sea!

Donate with a Swedish account:
PG: 900779-0
Swish: 9007790

Donate with a foreign account:
Swift/BIC: HANDSESS
IBAN: SE54 6000 0000 0001 9897 9258

 

About the foundation

BalticWaters2030 is an independent foundation engaged in efforts to improve the Baltic Sea environment. The foundation conducts large-scale environmental projects with a focus on action-oriented measures and conducts applied research to show which measures can contribute to a healthier sea and viable fish stocks. The projects are carried out on land, along the coast, and in the sea. BalticWaters2030 also develops and disseminates knowledge about the Baltic Sea environment to the general public, governmental authorities, and decision-makers. The aim is to increase knowledge about the challenges facing the sea and build public opinion so that decisions are taken, and measures are implemented.