On April 27th, Swedish NutriTrade partner Anthesis Enveco arranged a workshop in Stockholm. There were a little over 20 participants at the workshop, representing the Swedish government, projects, research, government agencies, companies, and NGOs. Based on presentations and information materials concerning NutriTrade, participants discussed in groups the potential of a nutrient trading scheme for the Baltic Sea. Discussions and suggestions regarding the project application form as well as the platform design were also a part of the workshop. Another aim of the workshop was to present different projects capable of improving the state of the Baltic Sea with regard to eutrophication in an innovation forum. Presentations of six different projects working with different measures to reduce the eutrophication of marine waters were presented during this part of the workshop.



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