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.

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Our news

Klaipeda cityscape
We are excited to announce that the 2024 CDP-ICLEI Track reporting platform is now open! UBC member cities are warmly invited to share their climate and environmental data as part of this year’s disclosure cycle. The platform is now open! Cities that disclose their data by September 18 will have it assessed and scored by CDP. Albeit no score will be issued for the data disclosed after this date, the questionnaire will still be open until the beginning of December.
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Our Sustainable Cities Commission co-created the spring 2024 edition of the Baltic Cities Bulletin under the topic "Towards green and just transition"!

Our events

09/09
2024
Aerial view on Gdansk seaside area
Gdańsk
Sustainable transformation for resilient coastal city The event will focus on Gdańsk harbour and riverside areas as case studies, allowing creative flow and exchange of experiences among representatives of different UBC cities. The development strategy of Gdańsk encourages seeking new solutions and implementing adaptive measures to make public spaces more green, inclusive and accessible. At the joint seminar, we will get to plan such spaces together – as a group of sustainability experts, city planners, and architects.
24/09
2024
UBC TALKS about sustainable urban mobility planning
Online
The UBC TALKS about sustainable urban mobility planning on 24 September is organised together with the SUMPs for BSR project, led by UBC Sustainable Cities Commission and featuring several UBC member cities preparing pilots for active mobility modes.

UBC TALKS... learn from webinars

UBC ASKS... the cities answer