Baltic region reviews sustainable development

The Baltic region has made progress towards sustainable development, but transport CO2 emissions and nutrient loads in the Baltic Sea are growing problems, according to a five-year review of Baltic 21, the regional sustainability programme (EED 23/06/98). In their report to prime ministers, representatives from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland and Russia meeting in Estonia this week recommended focusing future efforts on fewer, bigger, bolder projects. See review.

The full text of this article is only available to subscribers and free trialists. To login,please enter your email address and subscriber access code below.

Not a subscriber or free trialist? Why not take a free 14 day trial or subscribe today!

Having trouble logging in? Please contact our helpdesk

Back to top Back to top