This category is for sites about the Baltic Sea region. This includes sites about the sea itself, sites about the region in general, and sites about organizations within it which promote cooperation between countries in the area. Countries which border the Baltic Sea are: Denmark, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Finland, and Sweden. Countries in the drainage basin are: Belarus, the Czech Republic, Norway, Slovakia, and the Ukraine.
Aims to connect Baltic Sea states through cultural collaboration. Information about current and past projects.
A regional process for sustainable development initiated by the member states of the Council of the Baltic Sea States.
A network for universities, businesses and governments working for sustainable development of the industrial sector in the Baltic Sea region.
A networking organization involving businesses, local governments and associations whose objective is further development of the region.
A regional project aimed to find and carry out possible actions for safeguarding and developing the common cultural heritage.
UNESCO Associated Schools Project. Flagship project to awaken young people's interest in environmental issues, protection and sense of responsibility. Schools from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden take part.
A political network of regional authorities below the national level of the countries in the Baltic Sea area.
A programme to match students and their projects with host companies in other countries. Project details, news items, and contact details for offices in Sweden, Estonia, and Latvia. [English/Estonian/Latvian/Swedish/Russian]
Network of universities in the Baltic Sea region, coordinated by Uppsala University, Sweden. Focuses on questions of sustainable development, environmental protection and democracy.
An organization representing a group of companies, institutions and individuals aiming at promoting cooperation in the Baltic Sea region.
An organisation of Chambers of Commerce in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden.
Non-profit association which aims to promote the protection and improvement of the Baltic Sea environment and natural resources. Unites organizations from Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Denmark, and Sweden.
Information about the history of the council, its organizational structure, basic documents, past and on-going co-operation efforts, and news and events and activities of the region.
The design and planning of a fixed link between Denmark and Germany across the Fehmarnbelt. About the project, environmental impact, news articles, and contact details.
Article about the war from 1700 to 1721 that ended the Swedish Empire and resulted in Russian domination over the Baltic sea area.
The governing body of the Helsinki convention, whose goal is the protection of the marine environment of the Baltic Sea. Information about HELCOM, the convention, issues, and activities.
Maps of the region at various times from 1000 A.D. to 1809 A.D. From the Atlas to Freeman's Historical Geography, published in 1903.
Supports the designation of marine protected areas in the eastern Baltic Sea. Project description, activities and publications.
An initiative of several German NGOs, with a focus of human rights, culture, nature and the environment in the Baltic Sea area. [English, German]
The company building the controversial German-Russian gas pipeline through the Baltic sea. Includes detailed map of the pipeline.
Information about the German-Russian pipeline through the Baltic Sea, its environmental impact, the controversy it created and the political scandal surrounding former German chancellor Gerhard Schröder.
Travel website focusing on tourism and business travel in the Baltics. Ferry schedules and pricing.
A directory of websites about Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and Russia with a focus on industry and commerce.
A cooperation on a local level between cities surrounding or close to the Baltic Sea.
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