Public consultations concluded
5 April 2016 r.
The deadline for submitting comments to the National Sea Waters Protection Programme and the environmental assessment to the NSWPP expired on 29 March 2009.
World Oceans Day
22 March 2016 r.
During the World Oceans Day, on 22 March, the Baltic States will celebrate the Baltic Sea Protection day, founded by the Helsinki Committee.
The goal of the event is to make the international community aware of the urge to undertake immediate actions in order to improve the condition of the Baltic Sea. One of the most shallow seas in the world, it is also one of the most polluted water body. The core threats endangering its ecosystem include the progressing eutrophication connected first and foremost with the influx of biogenes from the land-based sources, intensive and unregulated fishing, wastes that end up in the seawaters.
The National Sea Waters Protection Programme Conference as part of the public consultations, Sopot, 16 March 2016
17 March 2016 r.
Do we really care about the Baltic Sea? What kind of harmful substances can be found in the
Baltic fish? How much waste is there floating in our sea? What is the underwater noise?
Protect the sea – take part in the consultations of the National Marine Waters Protection Programme
1 March 2016 r.
What kind of harmful substances can be found in Baltic fish?
How much litter is there in our sea?
What is the underwater noise?