July 24th, 2014
Name Day: Kristīne, Krista, Kristiāna, Kristiāns
Culture for Sustainable Development is one of the Flagships under the EU Action Plan for the Baltic Sea Region. The aim of the project is to build knowledge on culture as a driver for sustainable development – and through showcasing and demonstration encourage multiplication of good/best/next practices for culture and sustainability in the Baltic Sea Region and from that develop a number of high quality high impact projects in the field. The focus of the project and its follow-up will be to build cooperation between core stakeholders within the creative industries, urban development and social innovation on efforts which use culture to integrate the environmental, economic and the social dimension of sustainability. Read more > >
Which Nordic country is the most sustainable?

Where is there most poverty? Who are the best educated? Which country pollutes the least? Take the temperature of the sustainable Nordic Region in a new database from the Nordic Council of Ministers: >>

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