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19.03.2015 08:44

Soils2Sea: Stakeholder workshops report published

Soils2Sea project members explored stakeholder reactions in Denmark, Sweden and Poland towards spatially-differentiated solutions for nutrient-loading in the Baltic Sea, the results of which are now available.

Norsminde 2014 workshop
Participants at the Soils2Sea workshop in Tullstorp, Sweden.
In November and December 2014, Soils2Sea hosted a trio of workshops in Denmark, Sweden, and Poland exploring the challenges and potential solutions to nutrient-loading in the Baltic Sea. The outcomes of these workshops have now been published on the Soils2Sea website, outlining the key challenges identified at the workshops and their implications for developing governance concepts.

The workshops took place in three of the project’s case study regions, and brought together a range of relevant individuals, farmers, fishers, representatives of local governments, water managers, and other community organizations, as well as academics. The goals of the workshops were:

  • To start a mutual exchange between Soils2Sea and other initiatives in the region in order to create synergies.
  • To present to the participants the activities that will be undertaken in the region within the project.
  • To get feedback from the participants on the Soils2Sea approach (governance instruments).

The full summary can be downloaded here. Fore more information on Soil2Sea, please visit the project website.

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