Things happen when right people meet and information is shared. Baltic Sea Action Group speeds up the work for the Baltic Sea by finding and bringing together the relevant companies, scientists, politicians or anyone else needed.


Carbon action

Storing carbon from atmosphere to soil has a major potential in mitigating climate change. The same processes in soil can reduce nutrient emissions to the Baltic Sea. Carbon Action combines top research and practical agricultural work.

Nutrient cycling

Nutrients phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) are essential to all life. Excess nutrients cause eutrophication in the Baltic Sea. Valuable nutrients should be recycled and kept in use. This minimizes emissions and generates business opportunities.

Bladder wrack floating on the surface of the Baltic Sea

Marine biodiversity

The Baltic Sea is home to a diverse array of species, which makes the ecosystem more resilient against changes in the environment. However, these changes also threaten the species richness. Concrete action is needed to protect the sea’s biodiversity.

Commitment bank

A Commitment is an act or a process with a positive impact on the Baltic Sea.
We analyse the problems and find relevant organisations to help fix them.

Explore the Commitment bank and find out what over 250 organizations are already doing for the Baltic Sea!

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