We do research and build capacity on climate, energy, risk and environment issues at the EU scale.
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.
Improving public transport accessibility for remote areas and regions affected by demographic change.
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.
Bioeconomy offers the prospect of greener and more inclusive development. It's an opportunity to decarbonize, and to bypass mainstream industrialization.
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.
Water-driven rural development in the Baltic Sea Region (WATERDRIVE) is a pan-Baltic project for improving water management.
Smart Circular Procurement (CircPro) promotes the transition to a more circular economy by increasing the implementation of circular procurements.
This project will identify and characterise critical interactions between a selection of ‘environmental SDGs’ and all SDGs at target level and at EU level
COASTAL (Collaborative lAnd Sea inTegration pLatform) improves coastal-rural synergy to foster rural and coastal development while preserving the environment.
This initiative aims to guide decision-makers towards more cohesive and constructive governance of bioeconomy pathways, with a focus on the Global South.
Analysis of whether the EU Energy Union constitutes a coherent whole and whether its distinct components are being pursued in a coordinated manner