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Legal approaches to controlling emissions of Nutrients in the Baltic Sea region

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Project frame

The research about the 'legal approaches to controlling emissions of nutrients in the Baltic Sea region' was initiated in January 2012 by Stockholm Environmental Law and Policy Centre (SELPC) at the Faculty of law, Stockholm University. The project is funded by the research programme BEAM and carried out by the legal scientist Annika K. Nilsson. 

Key researcher
Annika K. Nilsson
, Faculty of Law, Uppsala University, Uppsala universitet
annika.nilsson@jur.uu.se

SMC

Results from the analysis of the country studies was presented at the Conference: Towards an ecosystem-based legal framework for the Baltic Sea, hosted by the Stockholm Environmental Law and Policy Centre (SELPC)  and Baltic Sea Ecosystem Adaptive Management (BEAM), at Stockholm University, in cooperation with the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (HaV).

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