Photo: Briggen Tre Kronor
Published: 2011-11-24
Professor Christoph Humborg present the history, state and future of Baltic Sea eutrophication
In an interview, professor Christoph Humborg identifies eutrophication, overfishing and hazardous substances as the major environmental threats facing the Baltic Sea. He also gives a longer presentation regarding the development of Baltic Sea eutrophication.
In a recent seminar, held in the presence of Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria, Christoph Humborg presented the latest research on the current and future environmental situation in the Baltic Sea. You can listen to his presentation (18 minutes long) here.

In an interview in connection with the seminar, he identified eutrophication, overfishing and hazardous substances as the major environmental threats facing the Baltic Sea. You can listen to the interview (2 minutes long) here.

Read more about the seminar here.

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