44 Polish cities, in cooperation with the Ministry of the Environment, participate in the project aimed at adapting them to the observed and prognosed climate changes.Learn more about the project
Innovation, visions and leadership for a sustainable Baltic Sea. The second edition of The Batlic Sea Future Congress will take place on 8-9 March 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden.
The environmental and societal challenges in the Baltic Sea region are numerous and the work for a sustainable development needs to speed up immediately. The potential to turn these challenges into opportunities are great and studies suggest that 900,000 jobs could be created in the region by 2030. But what practical measures need to be addressed in order for us to take care of, and benefit from, the Baltic Sea in a responsible way?
Climate change affects the Baltic Sea and our region in several ways. During the event participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research and concrete measures for mitigation and adaptation on a regional level, meet and exchange ideas and knowledge regarding urgent issues, innovative solutions and good examples.
The Baltic Sea Future congress is an arena for action-oriented municipalities, researchers, entrepreneurs, investors and other stakeholders from across the Baltic Sea region working to reach sustainable and prosperous societies while saving the Baltic Sea.
Mr Marcin Grądzki, the representative of the Department of Sustainable Development and International Cooperation in the Polish Ministry of the Environment is one of the Polish speakers invited to take part in Congress. Being part of the team responsible for the coordination of the climate change adaptation policy implementation in Poland, with tasks such as cooperation at the national, regional and local level in the area of adaptation to climate change, he will discuss main goals and outgoing accomplishments of the Polish flagship adaptation project – “Development of Urban Adaptation Plans for cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants in Poland”.
You will find more info about The Baltic Sea Future Congress here.
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