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  • Protecting habitats and species

  • Improving the ecological conditions of the Baltic Sea

  • Developing and restoring marine and coastal protected areas

Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation

Our goal: creating a diverse, ecologically stable and sustainable Baltic Sea region as a living-environment for future generations.

Would you like to implement a project in this area and need co-financing?

Co-operating with partners from Baltic Sea Regions, our organisation seeks to restore and strengthen the marine environment of the Baltic Sea. We aim to protect and maintain the unique habitats and species of this region by reducing environmental pressures and pollution, enabling the creation of new protected areas and the improvement of already existing ones.

The Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation (baltcf) is a private civil law foundation registered in Germany as International Baltic Sea Foundation for Nature Conservation. We pursue the objectives set in our statutes independently and transparently: the conservation of nature and protection of the environment in the Baltic Sea and its catchment area.

Do you have an idea that might help contribute towards improving the state of the Baltic Sea? We provide financial support to suitable projects and have till date supported a number of partners in the Baltic Sea Region engaging in areas like eutrophication, pollution, coastal management and biodiversity.

Please get in touch with us directly or check our website for further information on funding priorities and conditions.

Foundation News

1101, 2018

Annual Report 2016

2016 was a busy and successful year. We started our funding activities with 6 projects that already cover 3 Baltic Sea states, namely Russia, Sweden […]

1912, 2017

Field visit to Estonia

The year has almost ended, but before 2018 starts off with newly received concepts and approved projects, managing director Peter Torkler still visited potential project […]

Latest Project News

Annual Report 2016

January 11th, 2018|

2016 was a busy and successful year. We started our funding activities with 6 projects that already cover 3 Baltic Sea states, namely Russia, Sweden and Poland, and began building up valuable networks. We also […]

Field visit to Estonia

December 19th, 2017|

The year has almost ended, but before 2018 starts off with newly received concepts and approved projects, managing director Peter Torkler still visited potential project regions in the Eastern part of Estonia. The Baltic state has […]

International conference “Sustainable Development Goals: To Raise Public Awareness in Building Sustainable Communities around the Baltic Sea” in Latvia

October 26th, 2017|

From 26 to 27 September 2017 managing director Peter Torkler participated in the international conference “Sustainable Development Goals: To Raise Public Awareness in Building Sustainable Communities around the Baltic Sea” in Jūrmala, Latvia. The […]