Websites Bild is a website for the outdoor exhibition that presents the measures tested and evaluated within the project Living coast. The project is carried out in the Björnö bay, which can be compared to a "Baltic Sea in miniature". Before the project started the bay was heavily eutrophicated with high prevalence of anoxic bottoms and a low water exchange. The goal of the project is to show that it is possible to recover a good environment in eutrophic bays. Read more about the Living coast project here.
The outdoor exhibition can be visited all year round at Säby Säteri on Värmdö. At you can download the exhibition material, study guides and get directions to to the exhibition. Please click here to visit (only in Swedish) Bild pa is a website for BalticSea2020’s project "Save the Baltic Sea Cod – protect coastal fisheries". The project started in 2017 with the aim to develop a plan for saving stocks of cod in the Baltic Sea. Read more about the project

At you will find facts about the importance of the Baltic Sea cod. Scientific, financial, regulatory and social analyses will be published on the website to provide all interested parties with information upon which decisions may be made.
Please click here to visit (only in Swedish).


Bild ourbalticsea comSave our Baltic Sea
The website is the Baltic Sea Media Project's page. Here you will find information from what Folke Rydén and Mattias Klum worked with during the 10-year media project. At the website you can watch trailers, watch the documentaries and films about the Baltic Sea, see the extras, download study guides (in Swedish) and learn more about our nearest sea, the Baltic Sea.
Read more about the project here.
Go to to learn more about the Baltic Sea and the Baltic Sea Media Project.


Båtmiljö.se batmiljo
The website is a joint project between the Swedish Archipelago Foundation, BalticSea2020 and WWF. It contains tips and advice for environmentally frindly boaters. Here boaters can find information about new rules and regulations.
Read more about the project here.
Go to to learn more about environmentally friendly boating.