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Let’s rock for the Baltic Sea

Rock the Baltic Sea challenges music festival organizers, bands and music lovers to save the Baltic Sea through practical actions. Fishbait Rock festival from Åland has already committed to the challenge.

Follow us and join the campaign: @rockbalticsea

15.3.2017 | By: WATERCHAIN press release

Fishbait Rock festival from Åland has committed to the challenge
Fishbait Rock festival from Åland has committed to the challenge

Rock the Baltic Sea challenges music festival organizers, bands and music lovers to save the Baltic Sea through practical actions.

It is initiated to increase awareness about the challenges the Baltic Sea has faced for many years and still struggle to tackle. Rock the Baltic Sea is a social media campaign connecting all music lovers around the Baltic Sea to act together for our common brackish water sea.

In this year the music genre of campaign is rock: https://youtu.be/xVsCyC9B6_k

Rock the Baltic Sea invites rock festivals to join the campaign by setting themselves a goal to be more Baltic Sea friendly. The goal could be for example to minimize the amount of plastic waste and prevent it from entering the Baltic Sea. Fishbait Rock festival from Åland has already committed to the challenge. Artists and bands will join the campaign by giving a Baltic Sea promise. Festival visitors participate the campaign by following it and taking part into the activities in a social media. My Promise to the Baltic Sea vlogging competition is on: https://www.facebook.com/centralbalticwaterchain/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE&fref=nf

Campaign takes place same time in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Sweden and Åland. It is organized by Central Baltic WATERCHAIN project which is dedicated to reducing the load of hazardous substances and nutrients into the Baltic Sea.

 

 

 

 

Follow us and join the campaign:

@rockbalticsea

https://www.facebook.com/rockbalticsea/
https://www.instagram.com/rockbalticsea/
https://twitter.com/rockbalticsea

More information:
www.rockthebalticsea.com
waterchain.samk.fi

Communication manager of Central Baltic WATERCHAIN-project Minna Keinänen-Toivola, +358 44 710 3063, minna.keinanen-toivola@samk.fi

Country contact person (Finland) of Rock the Baltic Sea campaign Riitta Dersten, +358 44 710 3692, riitta.dersten@samk.fi

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