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Baltic Sea

Courtesy of NASA Earth Observatory

Activities around the Baltic Sea

 
Convention (& amendments)
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Denmark
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Estonia
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Finland
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Germany
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Latvia
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Lithuania
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Poland
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Russian Federation
Sweden
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Subregional workshops between 3rd and 4th sessions of the Meeting of the Parties held in

Subregional workshops between 4th and 5th sessions of the Meeting of the Parties: Holding two meetings (2008-2011), including on climate change in EIA and SEA, biodiversity, cumulative impacts, marine ecosystems, protected marine areas, marine spatial planning, transboundary EIAs, public participation, post-project analysis, access to justice, application of transboundary SEA:

Subregional workshops between 5th and 6th sessions of the Meeting of the Parties: Holding at least two meetings, on issues such as: Biodiversity and water management; Cumulative impacts (especially of off-shore wind farms); Climate change in EIA and SEA; Marine ecosystems and protected marine areas; Marine spatial planning and SEA; Case studies on transboundary EIAs and SEAs, including large-scale projects and nuclear installations; Enhanced application of the Convention and the Protocol — common understanding or agreements;  Experience of large-scale transboundary projects with several Parties of origin; Transboundary access to justice by the public and NGOs; Post-project analysis and monitoring; Carbon capture and storage; Efficiency of resources in EIA and SEA; Implications of the review of the EIA Directive by the EU on the Convention and Protocol defining “likely significant effects” under the Protocol (case studies).

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