BUP associates are welcome to attend the workshop "Ukraine Nature" held online 13 September 2022. The workshop presents the project “Nature Conservation and Conflict in Ukraine: Determining War Damages to Nature Reserves in Ukraine”.
Many military operations have been affecting protected natural areas, damaging ecosystems and negatively impacting not only fauna and flora, but also the livelihoods of many people. The project “Ukraine Nature” will study and profile the damages to protected areas and map the extent of the damages. The aim is to generate valuable data that will be useful for future reconstruction efforts.
Dear colleague, You are hereby invited to attend a workshop that presents the project "Nature Conservation and Conflict in Ukraine: Determining War Damages to Nature Reserves in Ukraine", held online 13 September 2022. The Research and Transfer Centre "Sustainable Development and Climate Change
Finally the BUP ESD Science Lab is interacting in reality. The creativity is flowering in beautiful Riga after initial discussions and pitching during the summer. New scientific papers in the making. Power by teachers and researcher from 7 Baltic countries. #balticuniversityprogramme
The Baltic Sea Day is an annual day of celebration in honour of the sea 💙
This year, the theme is the Baltic Sea identity. The Baltic Sea physically connects the coastal states, but do we have a common Baltic Sea identity? What do you think?
The Baltic University Programme (BUP) has worked over thirty years with cooperation and collaboration in the Baltic Sea Region, trying to create a more sustainable society and spreading knowledge about the Baltic Sea. We are happy to unite in celebrating the sea!