Policy brief publication event – Kestävän kalanviljelyn mahdollisuudet Itämerellä

The BlueAdapt project has prepared policy recommendations for the development of sustainable fish farming, summarized in the policy brief, “Kestävän kalanviljelyn mahdollisuudet”.


The BlueAdapt project welcomes all interested parties to participate in the discussion at the launch event on World Water Day on March 22, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. The event is held in Zoom and is open to everyone. This event and the publication are both in Finnish. Please register for the event here:


Welcoming, Anna-Stiina Heiskanen, SYKE
Presentation of the report and policy measures, Markku Ollikainen, University of Helsinki
Concluding remarks


BlueAdapt is a research project funded by the Strategic Research Council (STN). The project, which began in 2018, explores and develops new ways to promote sustainable economic growth based on water resources and water and marine management goals. The project, led by the Finnish Environment Institute, includes the University of Helsinki, the University of Lapland, the University of Eastern Finland, the Finnish Meteorological Institute and Demos Helsinki.

The slides from the event can be found here.

The policy brief can be read, in Finnish, here.

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