30 years ago, the world was in many ways totally different. No one could imagine online meetings and even fax machines were not very common yet.
At the same time many things are similar now, 30 years later. People still want to unite with neighbours around the Baltic Sea, care for the environment, and form networks in which to meet and share knowledge.
In the 6th session of the seminar series "Space Bridges 2.0", we will focus on why and how social sustainability can be considered. The session will use the Finnish discussion method Timeout to spark the discussion.
Have you ever tried the Timeout method? Welcome to join BUP Space Bridges 2.0 and you'll get the chance to explore it. The online seminar will focus on social sustainability and why it matters to us. How can social sustainability be considered?
After introductory remarks on social sustainability and a presentation about the Timeout method, the participants will get the chance to unite in an interactive discussion.
Please note that you need to register, no later than 15 September!
Thank you Southwest Finland Emergency Services for the nice greeting that we received! Varsinais-Suomen pelastuslaitos
The SWF Emergency Services was the lead partner in the project Cascade – Community Safety Actions for Supporting Climate Adaptation (2019-2021), that BUP Finland and the Centre for Lifelong Learning at Åbo Akademi University was a part of.
The project worked for a better management of climate change related risks and hazards on a local level. BUP's share was to produce learning material. The learning material focuses on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) linked to climate change in the Baltic Sea Region. The material is suitable to be included in courses about climate change – risk management at university level.