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109/28.3.2018

The 3rd BONUS Symposium 14-16 March 2018: Climate change will lead to increased nutrient loads to the Baltic Sea but scenarios can help society shape and adapt to an uncertain future

 

During the three days of the Symposium “Sustainable Ecosystem Governance under Changing Climate and Land Use in the Baltic Sea Region”, results from the BONUS BALTICAPP, GO4BALTIC, MIRACLE and SOILS2SEA projects were on display and comprised a total of 47 oral and 24 poster presentations.

In the panel discussions, it was emphasised that science and policy should go hand in hand. Further, it was pointed out, that the four BONUS projects are very good examples of natural and social scientists working together, and that this approach should be taken forward. It was advised, that scientists must also concentrate on how their results can affect change and create an impact.
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3rd BONUS symposium poster session
Viewing of the posters at the 3rd BONUS Symposium was conveniently combined with ample networking opportunities. Photo: Karin Tonderski



The deadline for submission of abstracts to EUTRO 2018 is 30 March 2018 – be quick not to miss it!

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HELCOM agreement reached on next steps for a healthy Baltic Sea: The entire Ministerial Declaration, 6 March 2018, is available online at: www.helcom.fi/Ministerial2018
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Tender open on five Baltic+ project’s themes (ESA)

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BONUS SHEBA SHEBA-Logo_RGB_72dpi – take a survey! By taking part, you can ultimately help to build a suitable policy-mix for reducing environmental pressures from shipping

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BONUS BLUEWEBS BLUEWEBS_logo_RGB – new publication on the change of Baltic food web in Ecological Informatics 

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Four finalists with innovations addressing the reuse of nutrients and carbon have been selected in the final round: Aquacare, Netherlands; Carbonext, Sweden; TerraNova Energy, Germany; Ravita, Finland.

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BONUS BALTCOAST baltcoast_with_transparent_background – new publication out assessing coastal management case studies around Europe

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Save the date! BONUS BASMATI organises a #PhD course on Spatial Decision Support Systems for Maritime Spatial Planning. Date: 20-22 August, 2018. Place: Aalborg University Copenhagen. Further updates will follow. #decisionsupportsystem #MSP



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BONUS is a joint Baltic Sea research and development programme producing knowledge to support development and implementation of regulations, policies and management practices of the Baltic Sea region. It issues calls for competitive proposals and funds projects of high excellence and relevance based on its strategic research agenda. BONUS is funded jointly from the national research funding institutions in the eight EU member states around the Baltic Sea and the EU. 

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