Resource management in the Baltic Sea – an international workshop


Resource management in the Baltic Sea is largely a socio-ecological problem. The challenge is to find solutions that create paths towards increasing sustainability, recognising that the Baltic Sea is a dynamic system in which ecological changes affect social components and vice versa.

Seen from this perspective dealing with uncertainty and adapting to changes should be approached as every day management tasks rather than as exceptional events.

In the project “Resource management in the Baltic Sea” participants with varying backgrounds were invited to a workshop to discuss social, economical and legal aspects of management of the living resources of the Baltic Sea. The results from the workshop are presented in the report (to the right).

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Project status

Start: 2007-09-24
End: 2008-06-30


Project manager

Mikael Hildén, Finnish Environmental Institute, Finland

 

PROJECT MATERIAL

2008-08-15 - Report
Resource management in the Baltic Sea

CONTACT AT BALTIC SEA 2020

Conrad Stralka
cs@balticsea2020.org