AbstractIncreasingly difficult relations with Russia have triggered the construction of an independent passage from the Baltic Sea to the Polish part of Vistula Lagoon, operational since Sept. 2022. The Polish part of the lagoon is a NATURA2000 site, so environmental disturbances requires compensation measures, one of which is the 1st coastal biodiversity restoration project. It is based on the building with nature paradigm. Experience gained during implementation of this pilot can be treated as a more general learning process towards achieving excellence in biodiversity restoration in basins, mostly lagoons and estuaries, located in moderate latitudes.
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