Environmental Management Programme
SEI Tallinn’s Environmental Management Programme deals with policy implementation related to sustainable consumption and production, including circular economy, sustainable waste management, and risk assessment.
Our aim is to improve resource management and decrease environmental impact in both public and private sectors through research and capacity building.
Through partner cooperation we develop a shared understanding of stakeholder needs and help identify tools and processes that enable knowledge transfer and increased competence of our partners related to environmental management.
The Environmental Management Programme’s projects and research:
The main objective of the project was to develop two new island destinations in Helsinki and Tallinn, into sustainable and smart tourist destination areas.
StratKIT aims to develop the agenda of Green Public Procurements in the Baltic Sea region, circular economy and social cohesion.
Today’s clothing industry has huge environmental impacts which the new project Towards a Nordic-Baltic Circular Textile System tries to mitigate.
SEI Tallinn and the Estonian Ministry of the Environment are part of a new project aimed at engaging businesses in the circular economy.
BLASTIC (Plastic Waste Pathways into the Baltic Sea) aims to reduce plastic waste and hazardous substances by mapping and monitoring litter levels.
Community Safety Action for Supporting Climate Adaptation and Development (CASCADE) develops new tactics to prevent disasters and address climate risks.