Ålandsbanken calls ideas to protect the Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is one of the world's most polluted sea areas with more than 85 million people in the catchment area, and more than 55 million people who live near the coastline or along rivers which flow into the sea. Currently, there are many well-established players in the same area but the Bank of Åland sees the need for an entity that brings all agencies and the public together. The Bank of Åland wants to make it easier for small projects to "jump on the bandwagon" and work together for new ideas and existing initiatives that share the goal of protecting the Baltic Sea. Up to € 330,000 will be distributed among the project ideas. Deadline 9/30/2015. The Bank of Åland and Solved in collaboration aim to identify suitable project ideas with substantial positive impact on the Baltic Sea. Suggest a project (Finnish/Swedish): http://goo.gl/ZxuoZg