The Baltic region faces a unique set of environmental challenges, in particular pollution from industry and agriculture. SEI provides knowledge and enhances collaboration between countries and stakeholders in the region to provide solutions and seek opportunities for a more sustainable Baltic.
It is important to improve how we capture and reuse phosphorus. It should be on land to produce food rather than letting it enter the sea where it causes harm.
Today’s clothing industry has huge environmental impacts which the new project Towards a Nordic-Baltic Circular Textile System tries to mitigate.
A look at phosphorus from mine to fork, problems it causes on the ocean and how we can leverage innovation to recover and reuse phosphorus.
The conference brought together industry, politicians, researchers and consumers for an important discussion on bioeconomy development.
The EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme EMAS helps businesses to improve their environmental performance and resource efficiency.
A systematic map protocol for a study of evidence on ecotechnologies for recovery and reuse of carbon and nutrients.
This systematic map identifies studies on ecotechnologies for reusing carbon and nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) from domestic wastewater.
Community Safety Action for Supporting Climate Adaptation and Development (CASCADE) develops new tactics to prevent disasters and address climate risks.
StratKIT aims to develop the agenda of Green Public Procurements in the Baltic Sea region, circular economy and social cohesion.
Reusing sewage sludge in farming makes economic and environmental sense. But even the safest reuse technologies need to win hearts as well as minds.
Join us for this conference discussing possibilities for post-consumer textiles in the Baltic countries and recommendations for policy intervention.
A recent study by SEI Tallinn & Finnish innovation fund Sitra reveals that scaling up Nordic solutions can be the key to the Baltics to reach climate targets.
The Forum focused on the fresh compendium on SDG indicators and trends published by Statistics Estonia.
The project analyses post-consumer textile waste in the Baltics for policy recommendations and sector development.
YENSESIS addresses the challenge of unemployment for young people that are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) in islands.