Union of the Baltic Cities Sustainable Cities Commission

Union of the Baltic Cities Sustainable Cities Commission is one of the thematic Commissions of the Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC). Union of the Baltic Cities is a voluntary, proactive network mobilizing the shared potential of its member cities for democratic, economic, social, cultural and environmentally sustainable development of the Baltic Sea Region.

We at UBC Sustainable Cities Commission are responsible for the environmental and urban sustainability activities within UBC and we co-ordinate the UBC Sustainability Action Programme which is closely linked to the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. We operate via development projects, member city conferences and policy meetings. UBC Sustainable Cities Commission also co-ordinates the cooperation with CDP.

News

16.09.2020 - 12:10

The information webinars promoting the European City Facility (EUCF) initiative in local languages can now all be find on Youtube. The first call closes 2nd of October, however the second call round will open already in spring 2021!

Here is a list with links to EUCF webinar recordings:

02.09.2020 - 14:52

SCC Advisory Board member Steffen Nozon who is also representing the City of Rostock as a lead partner in the cities.multimodal project will give a presentation about multimodal mobility and its potential in making cities more sustainable. Guntars Ruskuls from the Riga City Development department and member of the SCC Advisory Board will give an introduction speech about Riga and the city’s mobility standpoint.

Upcoming events

22.09.2020 - 09:30
The UBC TALKS webinar on 22 September will explore the topic of "Local work on the Sustainable Development Goals in UBC Cities" and how to get started with the VLR process.
29.09.2020 - 09:00
The conference combines two leading events from Europe’s transport calendar: the CIVITAS Forum Conference and the European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). It will allow policymakers, local authorities, academics, NGOs, urban transport practitioners, urban planners and all those putting the SUMP concept into practice to share their experiences using a virtual forum.