Baltic COMPASS - Solutions for Agriculture and Environment
Baltic COMPASS promotes sustainable agriculture in the Baltic Sea Region. The 90 million people living in the Baltic Sea region deserve high quality food produced in the region but at the same time the very vulnerable Baltic Sea must be taken care of.
The strategic objective of Baltic COMPASS is to contribute in reducing eutrophication (nutrient over-enrichment) of the Baltic Sea through fostering win-win solutions for agriculture, municipal and environmental sectors, based on problem definitions which are relevant for stakeholders within the whole drainage area.
Baltic Compass is financed by the European Union as a strategic project for its support to investments and policy adaptation. The 23 partners represent national authorities, interest organisations, scientific institutes and innovations centres from Baltic Sea Region countries. Baltic Compass will run from December 2009 to December 2012.
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