The Crown Princess attends the Sustainable Seas seminar

The Crown Princess arrives at the Kolskjulet conference centre and is welcomed by Göran Lindstedt, Managing Director of the Brig Tre Kronor. Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures

The Crown Princess with the speakers at the Sustainable Seas Baltic Sea Seminar. Photo: David Sica/Stella Pictures

On Wednesday 10 September, The Crown Princess took part in the Brig Tre Kronor and the Sustainable Seas Initiative's Baltic Sea Seminar at Kastellholmen in Stockholm.

Issues relating to eutrophication and fishing were discussed during the morning, while the expert panels spoke about chemicals and bird life in the Baltic Sea in the afternoon. The seminar emphasised the fact that the Baltic Sea is one of the world's most polluted inland seas, and highlighted the importance of everyone having a responsibility for reversing the trend.

The seminar was held for the fourth year running at the Kolskjulet conference centre on Kastellholmen in Stockholm, and was arranged by the Brig Tre Kronor.

The Sustainable Seas Initiativeexternal link, opens in new window brings together representatives from research, industry, the public sector and professional associations with the aim of saving the Baltic Sea. Here, the Brig Tre Kronor plays an important role through initiatives to increase cooperation between various players, provide interdisciplinary energy and influence decision-makers.

Find out more about the Brig Tre Kronorexternal link, opens in new window.

You can watch the whole seminar at www.svt.seexternal link, opens in new window.