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.

Helping cities to set-up and further develop their sustainable mobility policies and actions. 

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Initiative for boosting the Covenant of Mayors at national and regional level by creating Covenant Clubs and promoting creative networking strategies.

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Finding success factors and support needs in local climate work in the Nordic countries with the help of a survey among municipalities.

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Saving the Baltic Sea waters – PRESTO! Reducing nutrient pollution from the cities.

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Eltisplus project promotes and enhances sustainable urban mobility across Europe and offers information about sustainable urban mobility planning.

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Baltic Sea cooperation for reducing ship and port emissions through knowledge- & innovation-based competitiveness

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The NEAT –project was further developing it with new attractive elements and increasing the use of the portal by adding new levels of communication with citizens.

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New solutions to how environmental policy can be interpreted and implemented into concrete citizen-oriented actions, which motivate and help citizens to change their behavior.

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Developing new approaches to the integrated management of urban rural interaction with a view to improving the quality of life across the BSR.

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Focusing on the most imminent problems that climate change is likely to cause in the Baltic Sea Region.

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