Sustainable Fishery in the Baltic Sea
Reducing the nitrogen and phosphorus load in the Baltic Sea by promoting more sustainable fishery.
Sustainable Fishery and Fish Products in Norway
Reducing the waste of fishing and aiming for more ecofriendly Nordic wildfishing in Norway.
Canned Wild Fish
Utilizing Finnish coarse wild fish in canned fish products instead of tuna from abroad. The product has been so famous in Finland that is is often sold out.
Biodiesel from Fish Guts
Creating biodiesel from fish guts offers an affordable and clean source of fuel, where the amount of diesel is as much as the amount of fish guts.
Promoting the use of Underutilized Fish Stocks
Promoting sustainable use of waters and bioeconomy by using more fish in food products, clarifying the operational preconditions of the fish farming and increasing the processing of manure.
Fuel for Buses from Fish Guts
The Röde Orm bus company in Åland uses pure fish oil as a fuel for buses, instead of fossil fuels. The product is an environmentally friendly option to diminish carbon dioxide emissions.
Utilization of fish biomass
A small brewery from Lahti, Ant Brewn, utilizes the swim bladders of roaches in the production of beer. The swim bladders are processed into a product called Isinglass to clarify the beer.
Concept of sustainable and managed fishing
A new kind of operational model for fishing tourism has been developed in Finland. The model focuses on entrepreneur-driven production of services. The idea is that fishing in the destinations is permitted only with a guide which increases the likelihood of catching large fish.
Traditional Sami Fishing
The Viltok family in Jokkmokk are professional Sami fishermen. They use small boats and nets for fishing for their own needs and for sale. They also prepare fish dishes according to the Sami food tradition.
Local businesses in Finnish Lapland work together in preventing any fish from going to waste.
Efficiency Program of Water Protection
The Finnish Ministry of the Environment aims to develop activity, education and knowledge through an efficiency program to establish a projection for water protection.