Payment for ecosystem services and outcome based approach in agri-environment payment schemes - can we find a way forward?
Regional meeting in Finland on Friday 30 November 2012
Baltic Compass organised the meeting together with Järki (h .. READ MORE
A GREENER AGRICULTURE FOR A BLUER BALTIC SEA - DAY 1
The challenges for a Greener Agriculture and Danish interpretation of the measures of Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union – CAP in the Baltic S .. READ MORE
Here are some the presentations from the Lithuanian National Round Table meeting held in Vilnius on 14 June 2012. The aim of the meeting was to discuss effectiveness assessment of agi-environmental measures in the Lithuanian context.
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Baltic Compass project Regional Agenda on the role of River Basin Management Plans to limit the diffuse pollution from agriculture and safeguard the Baltic Sea was held in Tallinn on the 24th of May 2012.
The conference was organi .. READ MORE
Water’s path starts in the forest and on land; that is why the management of terrestrial ecosystems is of key importance for the protection of the Baltic Sea. Baltic COMPASS participated at the Swedish Flora and Fauna Conference 2012, &ldqu .. READ MORE
SUMMARY OF THE WORKSHOP ON THE USE OF AUTOMATIC WATER QUALITY DEVICES IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION – EXPERIENCES AND SHARING INFORMATION
Location: Finnish Environment Institute, Helsinki, April 17th 2012.
The workshop was attended by 20 .. READ MORE
Here are the presentations from the Estonian National Round Table, held in Tallinn on the 17th of April 2012. The aim of the seminar was to introduce the Baltic Compass project research findings as well as to discuss the positions of country expe .. READ MORE
Constructed wetlands as an example of collectivity and multifunctinality in CAP
Here are presentations from the Finnish Nationald Round Table meeting held in Helsinki 18 April. The materials are mostly in Finnish.
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Greener Agriculture for a Bluer Baltic Sea
Below you can find a summary of the whole conference and individual presentations as they were given by the guest speakers.
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The aim of the meeting was to present the results of work carried out in the Baltic Compass project, an exchange of opinions regarding the status of actions taken to reduce the negative impact of agriculture on water quality and planning of further w .. READ MORE
EU-funded project Baltic COMPASS aims to find ways how the agricultural sector in the Baltic Sea Region can produce the daily food required by the region's 90 million inhabitants and at the same time preserve the Baltic Sea.