Events

2009
2009-12-01 - 2009-12-01
Målet är att förbättra och underlätta kommunikationen mellan förvaltningsmyndigheterna och de aktörer som utvecklar ekosystemmodeller. Vid workshopen presenteras och diskuteras nuvarande och kommande behov och krav som miljöförvaltningarna ställer på modeller och deras tillämpningsområden. Workshopen kommer att vara starten på en årligt möte som cirkulerar mellan de olika modellaktörerna i Sverige. Syftet är att regelbundet uppdatera svenska miljömyndigheter om senaste status av modeller och att öka tillgänglighet och användning av relevanta beslutsstödsystem i förvaltningarnas arbete att motverka övergödning, föroreningar och effekter av klimatförändring och skapa förutsättningar för ett hållbart nyttjande av de levande resurserna i Östersjön och Västerhavet.
2009-11-25 - 2009-11-26
The aim of this meeting is the continued development of working relations between the Danish and Swedish divisions of BNI, as well as discussions about the BSAP, BONUS-projects and other BNI decision support.
2009-11-24 - 2009-11-24
KSLA bjuder in till konferens om Baltic Sea Action Plan och presentationer och diskussioner om hur Östersjöns övergödningsproblematik kan lösas.Fredrik Wulff berättar om hur Baltic Sea Action Plan är konstruerad och nationella och internationella experter presenterar olika aspekter av hur arbetet fortgår.
2009-10-27 - 2009-10-27
The fourth meeting of the BNI Executive Board. Follow up of the BNI strategy and activity plans for 2009 and 2010.
2009-10-14 - 2009-10-16
1) 14 October, 13:00-18:00: "Data integration and modelling workshop" (chaired by Brian MacKenzie). 2) 15 October, 09:00-18:00: Annual General Assemble (chaired by Markus Meier). 3) 16 October, 10:00-17:00: "The marine ecosystem in changing climate - on the added value of coupled climate-environmental modelling of the Baltic Sea" (chaired by Markus Meier and Brian MacKenzie).
2009-10-08 - 2009-10-09
The theme of the ScanBalt Forum is for the first time in the area of environmental science. It is entitled "Restoration of the Baltic Sea; Limitations and possibilities" and has the objective to gather scientist, managers and government officials to disseminate experiences made and discuss the possibilities and limitations of active restoration approaches within the Baltic Sea Region. It is our hope that the Forum will stimulate to collaborations on all levels on projects dealing with the restoration of the Baltic Sea.
2009-10-01 - 2009-10-02
The BS RAC Conference on Baltic Sea Fisheries is held jointly by the Swedish Ministry of Agriculture and the BS RAC. The aim of this conference is to highlight the Baltic and the BS RAC and to give focus to the environment of the Baltic. A key issue for the Baltic Sea fisheries at this time is the reform of the Common Fisheries Policy, and discussions are already underway. This conference also aims to contribute to the debate. The idea of holding this conference has been welcomed by EU fisheries ministers and the European Commission. Commissioner Joe Borg has accepted the invitation to attend. The Swedish Ministry of Agriculture and the European Economic and Social Committee are supporting this event. There will be interpreting to and from some of the Baltic languages. A distinguished list of speakers who will address topics covering management, science, fisheries control and the environment. Steve Karnicki, Deputy Director of the Sea Fisheries Institute in Gdynia will be moderator.
2009-09-16 - 2009-09-17
Sweden is holding an international conference focusing on ways of integrating the value of marine ecosystem services into decision making, so that policies are designed to achieve sustainable management of these ecosystems.The conference is being held under the auspices of the Swedish EU Presidency in autumn 2009, and organized by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency in collaboration with the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Baltic Nest Institute and the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics.The last date for registration is 17 August.Apply here
2009-09-09 - 2009-09-10
Baltic Nest Institute, together with the Danish Society of Engineers, IDA, co-arrange a 2 day international conference "Linking Science and Management in the Baltic Sea Ecoregion".This meeting targets managers, scientists and other stakeholders with interests in environmental managements of ecosystems. The purpose of the meeting is to present and discuss state of the art science-based management from regulating land-use in the catchment areas, consequences for the water borne and atmospheric emissions to effects for fishery, environmental quality and economy for the entire Baltic Sea Ecoregion.The Baltic EcoregionEnvironmental conditions in the Baltic Sea have already deteriorated significantly over the last century with extensive algae blooms and dead zones. The threats to the Baltic Sea include extensive inputs of nutrients and toxicants, overfishing, and global warming. Restoration of the Baltic Sea ecosystem requires a harmonized management approach across all countries and inter-governmental stewardship, but also a sound scientific basis for choosing the economically most optimal solutions ensuring sufficient measures are in place to achieve acceptable environmental conditions.
2009-06-08 - 2009-06-09
The aim of this meeting is the continued development of working relations between the Danish and Swedish divisions of BNI, as well as discussions about the BSAP, BONUS-projects and other BNI decision support.
Baltic Nest Institute Sweden
Baltic Sea Centre, Stockholm University
SE-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden, +46-8-16 37 18
Baltic Nest Institute Denmark
Aarhus University, Fredriksborgsvej 399
DK-4000 Roskilde, Denmark, +45 4630 1200
Baltic Nest Institute Finland
Finnish Environment Institute, P.O. Box 140
FI-00251 Helsinki, Finland, + 358 20 610 123