BalticSTERN is an international research network with the purpose of doing cost-benefit analysis regarding the environmental problems of the Baltic Sea and give guidance toward cost-effective measures and policy instruments.
The Baltic Nest Institute is one of several international partners carrying out research within the network, mainly regarding values and costs of fisheries, as well as cost functions for measures to mitigate and abate eutrophication in the Baltic Sea.
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March 14, 2013, the results from 3 years of BalticSTERN research were presented in the final report "The Baltic Sea - Our Common Treasure. Economics of Saving the Sea" aimed at decision makers.
An English and Swedish Executive summary is also available, as well as several Background Papers exploring the policy and research questions, as well as methods and results in more detail, are also available.
Read more about BalticSTERN and download the reports and press releases here