NutriTrade organizes a political seminar titled “New thinking and policy design – Can Flexible Mechanisms save the Baltic Sea?“ at the 7th Strategy Forum of the EUSBSR on November 8.

The objective is to discuss new, innovative and cost-effective mechanisms, such as voluntary offsetting of nutrient discharges and local adaptation of water protection measures, to improve the state of the Baltic Sea; and to find out how these mechanisms could be implemented in the Baltic Sea context.


  • Markku Ollikainen, Professor, University of Helsinki
  • Lassi Ahlvik, Assistant Professor, Norwegian School of Economics


  • Monika Stankiewicz, Executive Secretary, HELCOM
  • Sara Kymenvaara, Legal Investigator, Ålands Landskapsregering
  • Stefan Berggren, Deputy Director and Head of Division, Ministry of the Environment (Sweden)
  • Mikhail Durkin, Executive Secretary, Coalition Clean Baltic
  • Martin Grotenfelt, CFO, Maintpartner Group
  • Henrik Scharin, Economist, Anthesis Enveco


  • Marjukka Porvari, Director, Clean Baltic Sea Projects, John Nurminen Foundation


Photo: Ilya Jakovich: Riders of the Storm

Photo: Ilya Jakovich: Riders of the Storm


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