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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: a diverse, ecologically stable and intact Baltic Sea region as living-environment for future generations.

Together with you, we are seeking to re-establish and strengthen the ecological stability of the Baltic Sea. We want to ensure and maintain the unique habitats and species of the Baltic Sea and its coast, to enable the creation of new protected areas and to improve existing ones.

You would like to implement a project in this area or need co-financing for such a project?

The Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation (baltcf) is a private German civil law foundation registered in Germany as International Baltic Sea Foundation for Nature Conservation. We pursue the objective set in our statutes independently and transparently: the conservation of nature and protection of the environment in the Baltic Sea and its catchment area. To this end we provide financial support to suitable projects. For further information about our funding conditions please check our website or get in touch with us directly.

Foundation News

208, 2017

Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation becomes active in the Curonian Lagoon and the catchment area of the Neman River in Lithuania

Yearly, tons of nitrate and phosphorus enter the Baltic Sea. The large catchment areas are the main sources of such nutrient inputs. With its high […]

1307, 2017

Next Deadline for project proposals: 21.08.2017!

We are expecting several exciting proposals from all parts of the Baltic Sea Region until 21.08.2017.

If you as well plan to present an idea, please […]

Latest Project News

Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation becomes active in the Curonian Lagoon and the catchment area of the Neman River in Lithuania

August 2nd, 2017|

Yearly, tons of nitrate and phosphorus enter the Baltic Sea. The large catchment areas are the main sources of such nutrient inputs. With its high density of population, immense agriculture and industry production as well […]

Next Deadline for project proposals: 21.08.2017!

July 13th, 2017|

We are expecting several exciting proposals from all parts of the Baltic Sea Region until 21.08.2017.

If you as well plan to present an idea, please make sure, you will hand it in within our deadline.

For […]

2nd Meeting of our Project Advisory Committee (PAC) took place in Hamburg

April 10th, 2017|

From 27 to 28 March 2017, a group of experts from Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Poland and Estonia came to Hamburg to participate in an international meeting at the WWF office.┬áThe group brought in expertise […]