Partners & Support
The BSP is a member of the UNESCO Associated Schools’ Network.
Baltic Sea Media Project
Folke Rydén and Mattias Klum are the founders of Our Baltic Sea Media Project, supported by BalticSea2020.
Baltic Sea Challenge
The Baltic Sea Challenge (BSC) is a network initiative that invites organisations to commit in protecting the Baltic Sea and their local waters, to building their own Baltic Sea Action Plan and to implementing it.
Innovative participatory forum for the Baltic Sea.
BOING School Pages
The BOING School Pages help you and your class to get acquainted with the current problem of the Baltic Sea, eutrophication. In addition to information and exercises you can watch underwater videos or visit the research vessel Aranda. The pages have been developed in cooperation of the BOING project and the Finnish Institute of Marine Research.
Earth Summit 2002
Information about the Earth Summit 2002
‘Network 2002 Newsletter’ is a free multi-stakeholder newsletter, published by UNED-Forum each month in preparation for Earth Summit 2002. Network 2002 will track the International Sustainable Development Agenda including all issues, processes and groups. The newsletter will be circulated by email in Acrobat Pdf format and Text format. You can also find previous issues archived online at www.earthsummit2002.org for your reference.
European Environment Agency (EEA)
Information about the agency
European Society for Environmental History
Information about the agency
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO)
United Nations’ website for the FAO organization and about food production etc. Also climate maps (IDA) with viewer programmes, sustainable development.
Friends of the Earth
Environment and nature protection
Web site of the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM). To cater for your information needs, the website has been designed to provide latest news and comprehensive background articles about salient issues related to the Baltic marine environment.
T he project’s web page provide information on the urban pollution and protection history in the Baltic Sea region.
Kids’ Action: Q&A: Rainforest
FAQ – Frequent Asked Questions about the rainforest
Let’s Save Our Planet
Lithuanian Young Naturalists’ Center
There are a lot of fotos and interactive zones (in Lithuanian).
Stockholm Marine Researchcenter (SMF)
University of Stockholm, Sweden
United Nations: Environment Programme – UNEP
Information about United Nations Environment Programmes
World Meteorological Organisation (WMO)
With Weather Watch and climate programmes
World Wildlife Fund headquarters
Baltic Sea support: http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/where_we_work/baltic/area/
School partnerships in Europe
An Agenda 21 for the Baltic Sea Region
Beach-loving, family-run organisation based in South Devon, in the UK.
The Ocean Cleanup
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat founded The Ocean Cleanup at the age of 18!
A good example for youth!
Formed in January 2010, Ocean Crusaders Pty Ltd (Formerly Save Our Seas International Pty Ltd) is out to create a difference in our world by educating people of the issues our oceans face.
Founder Ian Thomson launched the campaign by smashing the solo circumnavigation of Australia record.
Plastic Oceans Foundation engages people of all ages, in all social situations, to understand the danger of continuing to perceive plastic to be disposable.
Beat The Microbead
Developing an application for mobiles that can detect the microbeads content of a product.