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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

1210, 2017

Next Deadline for project proposals: 21.12.2017!

The next application round ends on  21.12.2017.

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

For any questions […]

2809, 2017

Installation of the first pilot ecological dry toilet on the Gulf of Finland as part of the project “Local, small-scale solutions to reduce nutrient load into the Baltic Sea”

On 9th September 2017, the first ecological dry toilet with composting was created in the gardening community Fauna, situated in the Lomonosov district of the […]

Latest Project News

Next Deadline for project proposals: 21.12.2017!

October 12th, 2017|

The next application round ends on  21.12.2017.

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

For any questions regarding our funding priorities and application procedure, you will find […]

Installation of the first pilot ecological dry toilet on the Gulf of Finland as part of the project “Local, small-scale solutions to reduce nutrient load into the Baltic Sea”

September 28th, 2017|

On 9th September 2017, the first ecological dry toilet with composting was created in the gardening community Fauna, situated in the Lomonosov district of the Leningrad region along the Black River basin. This forms part […]

Learn more about our recently started projects in Lithuania

September 20th, 2017|

In July 2017, two new projects were able to commence with the help of our funding.

Both initiatives address environmental issues of global concern in the Lithuanian region of the Baltic Sea.

The first project, organised by the  cultural […]