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Denmark and Germany approve Baltic Sea wind hub to offset Russian gas
When established by 2030, the project could supply electricity to up to 4.5 million European homes.
Rescue operation launched after fire breaks out on ferry near Sweden
Around 300 people were onboard the ship when the blaze broke out.
British sailor charged with manslaughter over deadly sea collision
Two people were killed when two cargo vessels collided in the Baltic Sea last December.
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One expert says that if Finland and Sweden join NATO, it will turn the Baltic Sea into a NATO sea.
Denmark resumes construction of Baltic Sea gas pipeline to Poland
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This icebreaker ship takes you deep into the frozen Baltic sea
These icebreaker ships are the only way to explore the frozen Baltic sea in this part of Sweden.
Unique icebreaker cruise crosses through frozen Baltic Sea
These ships, with their ultra-reinforced hulls, are indispensable in the northern Baltic Sea, which is frozen four months of the year. Here, icebreakers have become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Lapland.
Icebreakers become Lapland's most popular tourist attractions
The powerful icebreakers ships, with their ultra-reinforced hulls, can cut through the Baltic Sea, frozen by the polar cold for four months a year.
Floating wetlands combat nutrient pollution
Like many other places in the southern Baltic, the Curonian Lagoon in Lithuania suffers from an excess of nutrients. But artificial floating wetlands are helping.
One dead, one missing after cargo ships collide in Baltic Sea
The incident occurred between the Swedish coastal town of Ystad and the Danish island of Bornholm.
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Warm water: How climate change is affecting the Baltic Sea
In this episode, Save the Sea looks at the impact of climate change in the Baltic Sea.
AI will finally remove toxic weapons from the bottom of the sea
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Europe starts cleaning up its act to save the Baltic Sea
One of the world’s most polluted seas is in Europe. Decades of Chemical contamination, overfishing and climate change have undermined the health of the Baltic Sea, provoking a severe environmental, economic and social crisis, but measures are being taken to save this important body of water.
Stabilising ecosystems in the Baltic Sea, the key to saving fish stocks
Virginijus Sinkevičius, the European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, explains that there is hope for the fishing industry in the Baltic Sea, but that starts with improving the water's health.
Nord Stream 2 pipeline must follow EU rules, says German court
The operator of the Nord Stream 2 Baltic Sea pipeline has failed in its bid to be exempted from certain EU rules.
Meet the bomb hunters protecting marine species in the Baltic Sea
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Acquitted filmmaker tells Euronews about the 'huge hole' in MS Estonia
Two Swedish film-makers have been acquitted of desecration after they shot footage of the wreck of a ferry which had been designated a graveyard. Henrik Evertsson and Linus Andersson sent a remote-operated submersible down to the 'Estonia', the ferry that sank in the Baltic Sea in 1994.
Europe's worst shipping disaster 'caused by submarine collision'
Ministers promise to investigate after a documentary team discovers large hole on the hull of the MS Estonia, which sank in 1994 claiming 852 lives