Despite various measures the eutrophication of the Baltic Sea is not decreasing. This is primarily caused by excessive nutrient inputs from intensive specialized farming. Our contribution to solving this problem involves a systemic shift to an Ecological recycling Agriculture in association with the rest of the food chain from farmer to consumer. By implementing our concepts we also involve key actors from authorities, science and the private sector (business and NGOs). Full scale learning centers functioning as Sustainable Food Societies are being established in all countries in the Baltic Sea Region.
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Did you know?
An average Swede uses 4000 m2 of arable land for their food production.
Half of that area, 2000 m2 per person, would be enough if we reduce the amount of meat to about 20% of the food consumed.
2000 m2 per person corresponds to the average of Earth’s total cultivated area, divided equally among all people.