How we impact the Baltic Sea Region and beyond?

The Secretariat of Sustainable Cities Commission assists local authorities in the Baltic Sea Region to initiate, apply and run projects on variety of sustainability topics. The themes and actions in the project are tailor made for the needs of the project partners to assist the ongoing process in the local authorities towards sustainable development.

The most recent projects cover for example topics of stakeholder involvement, waste water management, integrated management, transport and governance. More information can be found on projects description page below.

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The initiative Urban Climate Change Adaptation in the Baltic Sea Region is a one-year project providing opportunities for capacity building, training and applying the skills to

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Within CIVITAS ECCENTRIC, the cities of Madrid, Stockholm, Munich, Turku and Ruse are working together to tackle the challenges of mobility in suburban districts and clean, sile

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CIVITAS SUMPs-Up promotes and supports a broad take-up of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) in European cities.

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IWAMA application was a main outcome of the BSR IWAMA Seed project work, successfully submitted for funding from the Baltic S

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Improving urban planning by developing integrated and multifunctional storm water management in the Central Baltic cities.

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Improving urban planning by developing and testing new integrated models for brownfield regeneration.

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Addressing the four most pressing challenges in the development and implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.

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Supporting four European cities to introduce ambitious transport measures and policies towards sustainable urban mobility.

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Exchange of experiences and launching the development of Belarusian lifelong-learning concept for wastewater management sector and so support e.g.

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Developing a main project concept that would address the main means of supporting municipal WWTPs in reaching lower nutrient loading in discharges: structured lifelong learning,

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