IEEP (Institute for European Environmental Policy) has studied and compiled material on results-based agri-environment schemes. This includes a guidebook, database and videos around Europe showcasing active schemes. The material is available here .. READ MORE
As one offspring of Baltic COMPASS and Baltic Compact project, SLU has
initiated a Flagship activity under the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.
FLOW Baltic is a thematic umbrella for related projects looking at holistic
appr .. READ MORE
Millingerwaard floodplain nature reserve in Kekerdom, The Netherlands. Photo: Kaj Granholm.
Agricultural and environmental stakeholders in the Baltic Sea Region consider that mutual cross-sector dialogue has improved in recent ye .. READ MORE
Workshop on rural water flow and water quality management, Jurmala 16 June 2015
To sustain the legacy of Baltic COMPASS and Baltic Compact projects as it concerns agriculture, water and climate issues, SLU will promote comm .. READ MORE
Presentations from the plenary and parallel sessions from GABBS 2014 Conference in Warsaw 23-24 September are now available at www.gabbs.eu under Programme and presentations (/_blog/gabbs/post/programme/). .. READ MORE
The projects TEHO (2008-2011) and TEHO Plus (2011-2013) have demonstrated targeted and place-based agri-environment measures in the South West Finland pilot region to reduce nutrient loading and bring benefits to water quality and biodivers .. READ MORE
The 5th Greener Agriculture for a Bluer Baltic Sea Conference is soon upon us.
Please find the full conference programme here (/PDF/Events/Greener Agriculture_program2014_final.pdf) with updated information about the
parallel sessio .. READ MORE
Registration for this years Greener Agriculture for A Bluer Baltic Sea Conference (GABBS) has been opened and programme outline published at www.gabbs.eu (http://www.gabbs.eu). Please check the programme and sign up to confirm your spot in Warsaw .. 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.