PolicymakersScientific knowledge as a critical part of policy process supports
the efforts of ensuring sustainable and effective ecosystem based management of the
By addressing policy driven research
issues and carefully designing themes and timings of the forthcoming calls for
research proposals, BONUS can offer a foundation and support for achieving the
objectives of several relevant policies and strategies, and help in reaching
the good environmental status of the Baltic Sea.
On the website managed by the BONUS projects themselves, news are shared with the policymakers across the Baltic Sea region as developments and results from individual BONUS projects unfold.
Briefing documents highlighting key results of the BONUS+ projects are available, as is the synthesis report in a format of a special issue of AMBIO titled BONUS+ in Support of the Ecosystem
Approach to Management in the Baltic Sea.
Volume 43, Issue 1,
BONUS Forum and other eventsBONUS Forum
composed of representatives
of ministries across sectoral borders of the nine Baltic Sea countries –
environment, transport, agriculture, forestry and science – dealing with Baltic
Sea system research and governance. If you are not already involved with the BONUS Forum and/or strategic orientation workshops
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