We protect the Baltic Sea

Category: Ongoing Projects

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...
Salmon Parseta

Salmon Parseta

Protection of the Atlantic salmon and the River lamprey in the Special Area of Conservation the Parsęta River Basin The project aims to protect and strengthen the population of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and the River lamprey (Lampetra fluviatilis) in the...
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 growth...
Improvement of coastal Svencele bog conservation status

Improvement of coastal Svencele bog conservation status

Improvement of coastal Svencele bog conservation status Svencele coastal raised bog was affected by the drainage in the mid of 20th century, thus the natural processes have been disturbed – open areas overgrow with birch and pine trees, some of typical flora and fauna...
More Baltic Less Plastic

More Baltic Less Plastic

More Baltic Less Plastic Around 1.484 tones of plastic ends up in the Baltic sea yearly from St. Petersburg and the surroundings (7 million people). A serious part of this waste – small Plastic particles – accumulates in water and behaves like a “magnet”.  It...