Category: Completed Projects

Baltic Clean Cup

Baltic Clean Cup

Baltic Clean Cup The problem of pollution with household waste on the shores of the Baltic Sea exists in all countries of the region. Pollution appears in two ways: by the inhabitants of the country litter, or the flow of litter from other countries. The amount of...
See and save

See and save

“To see and save”: creation of an educational environment for environmental studies on the eco-route “Royal forest” of the national park “Curonian Spit” This project is aimed at rethinking the historical route “Royal...
Woodland Key Habitats

Woodland Key Habitats

Woodland Key Habitats  There are up to 20.000 different species inhabiting forests in Estonia and among them, hundreds of endangered species living in old-growth forests. Forests play a crucial part in preserving river ecosystems and improving water quality. Old...
More Baltic Less Plastic

More Baltic Less Plastic

More Baltic Less Plastic Around 1.500 tones of plastic ends up in the Baltic sea yearly from St. Petersburg and the surroundings (7 million inhabitants). A serious part of this waste – small particles called microplastic – accumulates and behaves like a magnet...
Franken Shipwreck

Franken Shipwreck

Reduction of negative impact of oil spills from the Franken shipwreck The main goal of the project is to reduce the possibility of an ecological disaster in the Gdansk Bay resulting from the potential oil spill from the Franken shipwreck – a tanker sunk during World...