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December, 2007
Integrated Solutions for Sustainability Management in the Baltic Cities. A toolkit supporting local authorities to develop an organisational unit to ensure sustainable city development.    
December, 2007
As people travel to buy goods and use services, they generate traffic. It is the ordinary day-to-day activities of urban residents - going to the shops, visiting the dentist or attending school -...
December, 2007
Urban sustainable development requires resources, skills, understanding, good communication and commitment, and most of all and organizational structure to manage the efforts. The URBANworks-toolkit...
August, 2007
Water binds together the populations of the cities around the Baltic Sea. This has been the case throughout history and now the cooperation is being further developed. Closer ties are emerging...
September, 2005
The New Hansa of Sustainable Ports and Cities was a joint project of 18 ports, cities and other partners from all sides of the Baltic Sea. The project aimed at ecologically, socially and economically...
December, 2004
This document provides guidance to carry out a Peer Review of the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) implementation in municipalities across the European Union. This guidance has been written...
April, 2003
Viable Economies for Baltic Cities A crucial factor for sustainable development in cities is the economy. At the same time, economic prosperity in longer term is only possible by strongly taking into...
September, 2002
Local Action from Johannesburg to Baltic Cities During this autumn, discussions on sustainable develoment have been dominated by the Johannesburg Summit. All stakeholders are giving their...
April, 2002
Dear Friends, A few days ago we got a new report - now from HELCOM - showing us that every country has failed to reach the targets to reduce their pollution to the Baltic Sea. The best results have...
December, 2001
The Local Agenda 21 Good Practice Review is the third publication of the Success Factors in Local Environmental Policy for Local Agenda 21 and EU Enlargement in the Baltic Sea Region Project (SUFA...
December, 2001
In the Union of the Baltic Cities, we have worked together for more than a decade now. During that time, the amount of our members has more than tripled: from 32 founding cities in 1991 to the...

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