BONUS projects' policy briefs. BONUS symposia. Viable ecosystem
Overarching questions of the BONUS INSPIRE project
Swedish sludge management at the crossroads On 17 January , a Swedish government inquiry published its recommendations on how to create a circular economy for phosphorus, a vital plant nutrient that is plentiful in sewage sludge, while reducing the perceived public and environmental health risks linked to spreading sludge directly on farmland. Our mission is to partner and engage with many other Baltic Sea initiatives in the region, support existing and upcoming efforts, and bring together avariety of stakeholders — local authorities, researchers, policymakers, municipalities, investors, civil society and private-sector innovators; to find practical solutions towards reducing emissions by turning nutrients and carbon into profit, in the Baltic Sea Region. Starting from a circular economy approach,Bonus Return shows the potential for eco-technologies to turn pollution and waste into profit in the Baltic Sea Region. Reducing emissions by turning nutrients and carbon into benefits.
The BONUS INSPIRE Project conducts pilot ecosystem field surveys that help resolving the habitat requirements of different life-stages of the focal species by combined use of traditional methods and application of modern advanced analysis and modelling techniques. The research is conducted in a matrix approach with four species specific case cod, herring, sprat and flounder and five research work-packages. The work packages deal with i habitat requirements and survival probability for different life stages, ii connectivity between habitat occupied in successive life stages, iii spatial scaling from local events to regional population dynamics, iv spatially explicit analytical stock assessments including a comprehensive flatfish programme , and v ecosystem-based management and Marine Strategy Framework Directive indicators.
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