Finalists receive their awards at the Baltic Sea Future Congress 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.
From left: Karina Barquet (SEI), Marc Buttmann (TerraNova Energy), Hans Kjellberg (Carbonext), Mari Heinonen (Ravita), Joris Salden (Aquacare) and Johan Kuylenstierna (SEI).
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Eco-technologies are human interventions in socio-ecological systems in the form of practices and/or biological, physical, and chemical processes designed to minimize harm to the environment and provide services of value to society.
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Anyone whose innovation fits the eligibility criteria stipulated above as well as in the Fact sheet. This includes innovations, entrepreneurs, municipalities, etc so long as your eco-technologies can be adapted to the Baltic Sea environment. Geographically, you must be currently living in Europe.
The deadline to submit your application is 12th February. We will review applications as they come, so send in yours as soon as possible.