Baltic farmers admit water pollution by agriculture but expect improved evidence
One of the goals of the report The Role of River Basin Management Plans in 5 Baltic Sea countries in addressing diffuse pollution from agriculture to limit the e .. READ MORE
River Basin Management Plans play central, but rather isolated role in reducing nutrient losses from agriculture
Baltic Compass Partners from Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Poland and Lithuania have conducted a study -„The Role of River Bas .. READ MORE
Water management in a river valley in the light of flood impact on water quality – a case study of Bug River, Poland
A study of Bug River, Poland is part of Baltic Compass work package “Policy Adaptation and governance” . T .. READ MORE
Synthesis report: The Common Agricultural Policy post-2013:
a Pathway to Regional Cohesion?
EU’s Common Agricultural Policy is the main available instrument for the Baltic Sea nations to coordinate their policies and action .. READ MORE
Agricultural production is often associated with significant negative environmental impacts, but agriculture can also provide important ecosystem services and help maintain species-rich habitats and the regulation of water flows. In this regard, .. READ MORE
WP5 ‘Water assessment and scenarios’ has produced a report on biosecurity considerations for the Baltic Sea Region. It focuses on transmission of micro-organisms from livestock to the aquatic environment.
The report of Biosecur .. READ MORE
A Master’s Thesis about manure management was done under Baltic Compass by Johanna Lindgren. She concentrates on the challenges and incentives related to sustainable management of manure in Russia.
Report about manure management in Rus .. READ MORE
According to Baltic Compass research should diversity of the agriculture in the Baltic Sea Region been seen rather an opportunity than a challenge. The next CAP period should embrace the more flexible approach for ecosystem services that the 2007 .. READ MORE
On November 20 2012, The Swedish Institute hosted a Baltic COMPASS-seminar in St. Petersburg on agricultural measures for the reduction of nutrient run-off and increased biosecurity. The seminar gathered together over 20 people to review some of .. READ MORE
Baltic Compass organised a regional meeting on payment for ecosystem services together with Järki (http://www.jarki.fi/english), a Finnish agri-environmental project. The meeting was organised in Lohja, Finland, on 30th November 2012. The aim wa .. 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.