24MAR 2017
North Sea producers

North Sea producers

Robert Chote, chairman of the OBR, said receipts from the sector were likely to be negative in a number of years as companies receive repayments of past tax to reflect current losses. Negative tax receipts are consistent with companies wishing to stay in the industry as both pre-and post-tax profits are expected to remain positive, especially if you exclude what are now unavoidable…

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21MAR 2017
Map Of Baltic Sea Area

Map Of Baltic Sea Area

In Germany, implementing Natura 2 on land and in territorial waters – in the 12-nautical mile zone – is a responsibility of the country’s sixteen states (Länder). In the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) – from the outer edge of the 12-nautical mile zone to the outer edge of the 200-nautical mile zone bordering…
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18MAR 2017
Baltic Sea shipwrecks

Baltic Sea shipwrecks

Researchers have begun exploring the wreckage of the Mars, a Swedish war ship that sank during a naval battle in 1564. Johan Rönnby, professor of maritime archeology at Södertörn University in Sweden, was recently awarded a grant from the National Geographic Society for his project, The Maritime Battlefield…

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15MAR 2017
Amber From Baltic Sea

Amber From Baltic Sea

Formed over 45 million years ago, Baltic Amber is an organic substance, a fossil resin produced by pine trees which grew in Northern Europe - from southern regions of the present day Scandinavia and nearby regions of the bed of the Baltic Sea. The climate became warmer and trees started to exude big…
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12MAR 2017
Baltic Sea Glass

Baltic Sea Glass

Symmetrical and asymmetrical at the same time, The Baltic design holds no boundaries in the story it tells. The feeling of movement comes to mind when seeing The Baltic. The curving lines and blend of geometric elements capture this designs timeless feeling. Material -The Baltic can be made in sterling…

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09MAR 2017
Baltic Sea dead zones

Baltic Sea dead zones

This story is part of a special series that explores the global water crisis. For more clean water news, photos, and information, visit National Geographic s Freshwater Web site. Numbers of this once-threatened predator have soared from 1, to more than 23, in the Baltic Sea (map) since pollutants including…
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06MAR 2017
Cruising the Baltic Sea

Cruising the Baltic Sea

Copenhagen, Denmark The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is filled with canals, cobbled squares and copper spires. But don t let the historic appearance fool you. This is also Scandinavia s most cosmopolitan city. Certainly you can relive medieval times in The Latin Quarter, but you can also enjoy some of Europe s finest shopping, museums, cafes and nightlife prior to your cruise…

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03MAR 2017
Island in the Baltic Sea

Island in the Baltic Sea

The lovely island of Hiddensee covers just under 19 square kilometres and is located in the Baltic Sea to the west of Rügen. Affectionately known as the Söte Länneken ( sweet little isle ) by its inhabitants, the island s delightful scenery and meditative tranquillity make it an enchanting destination that has become increasingly popular over the years. In 1990 Hiddensee became…

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28FEB 2017
Baltic Sea countries

Baltic Sea countries

Baltic Development Forum supports the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, which provides a unique framework and a vital opportunity for the Region. Baltic Development Forum is working closely with the European Commission and regional partners as well as is fulfilling its role as project partners implementing concrete cross border activities. By working closely with metropolises…

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25FEB 2017
Baltic Sea Wiki

Baltic Sea Wiki

( alias INTERREG IV B programme for the Baltic Sea region) is a support programme part-financed by the European Union and Norway. It is one of the mainstream Structural Funds programmes under the European Community’s territorial co-operation objective. The Programme will support transnational projects working together for balanced and sustainable development of the European territory…

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