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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 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 strive to promote financial support to suitable projects and have till date supported members of the Baltic Sea Regions in areas including 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

709, 2017

Eco-Toilets for the gardening communities near St. Petersburg

About 2 million people spend 60-90 days per year in more than 3500 gardening communities that exist in the area around St. Petersburg. Those have […]

208, 2017

Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation becomes active in the Curonian Lagoon and the catchment area of the Neman River in Lithuania

Yearly, tons of nitrate and phosphorus enter the Baltic Sea. The large catchment areas are the main sources of such nutrient inputs. With its high […]

Latest Project News

Eco-Toilets for the gardening communities near St. Petersburg

September 7th, 2017|

About 2 million people spend 60-90 days per year in more than 3500 gardening communities that exist in the area around St. Petersburg. Those have little awareness for the pollution such households cause for the Baltic […]

Baltic Sea Conservation Foundation becomes active in the Curonian Lagoon and the catchment area of the Neman River in Lithuania

August 2nd, 2017|

Yearly, tons of nitrate and phosphorus enter the Baltic Sea. The large catchment areas are the main sources of such nutrient inputs. With its high density of population, immense agriculture and industry production as well […]

Next Deadline for project proposals: 21.08.2017!

July 13th, 2017|

We are expecting several exciting proposals from all parts of the Baltic Sea Region until 21.08.2017.

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

For […]