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Baltic Sea Future, a two-day congress in Stockholm held on the 6-7 March 2017.
Baltic Sea Future will address the challenges in the Baltic Sea region, focusing on the key role of municipalities. The Baltic Sea is loved, needed and polluted, and municipalities are the hubs who can coordinate interests, engage local citizens, turn scientific results into action, and handle the challenges to create a sustainable future for the Baltic Sea.
At Baltic Sea Future key stakeholders from the Baltic Sea countries will gather to share knowledge, motivation, best practices and tools. They will be inspired by municipalities that have succeeded, scientists who know what is needed, companies providing innovations and techniques that can do it, and agencies that can help them reach their vision.
“Maritime Policy: SHARING KNOWLEDGE”
EGMP positions CBSS as a partner in Baltic Sea Maritime Dialogue, taking full account to the activities within EU Strategy for the BSR (PA SHIP and PA SAFE) and Northern Dimension Partnership on transport and logistics.
As an intergovernmental group of experts the EGMP through knowledge sharing and dialogue aims to provide politically coordinated support to relevant efforts, concrete initiatives, actions and projects in order to support the improvement of the Baltic Sea region’s international competitiveness with regard to development of the sustainable maritime economy – positioning of the Baltic Sea region as a model region for maritime best practice and for a balanced co-existence of a successful maritime economy, using the attractiveness of the Baltic Sea region as a safe and secure destination, particularly in times of global unrest.
The open discussion and exchange of opinions will be facilitated during the Meeting and will concern the range of topics defined by the EGMP’s members as relevant for common interest. Namely – Maritime education and training; Small ports and cruising companies’ cooperation; Energy efficiency; Power supply; Innovation – Autonomous ship technology-
The United Nations declares the year 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.So, this year BUP Teachers Conference will be devoted to “Sustainable Tourism for Development” and will be organised 19-23 March 2017 in the town Zhovkva, Lviv region, Ukraine. Participants from all countries in the BUP network representing different universities are welcome.
The conference is organised by Ivan Franko National University of Lviv: the Department of Tourism of the Faculty of Geography, the Department of Country Studies and International Tourism of the Faculty of International Relations, and Ukrainian BUP centre in cooperation with BUP Secretariat in Uppsala (Sweden), and WSB University in Poznan (Poland).
The topics of the conference will embrace methodological approaches and ways of introducing elements of sustainable development in tourism and recreational sphere, European and world experiences of sustainable tourism development, and contribution of the tourism sector to the three pillars of sustainability – economic, social, and environmental. The conference will also deal with sustainable transboundary tourism, its main tendencies, and perspectives of development in the Ukrainian-Polish border zone.
The working language of the conference is English.
The participants are expected to contribute actively both in the workshops and with their own presentations. After acceptance to the conference the participants will be asked to send the titles of their presentations/posters as well as the theses of the reports.
The theses of the reports will be published before the conference.
The proceedings will be published after the conference.
Applications are to be sent to the BUP National Centres of the respective country http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/bup-centres.
The theses of the reports are to be submitted to Iryna Kriba firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications and theses submission is 12th February 2017.
Find the requirements to publications as well as an application form in the attachments.
Please, note also that BUP will cover the expenses for the participating teachers from the member universities during the conference: accommodation, full board, and transportation from Lviv to Zhovkva and back. Travel costs to and from Lviv will be the responsibility of the participants and their universities.
However, teachers from the participating universities will have to pay participation fee which is 200 Euros per person. Please see the updated list of our member universities on the web site.
Please, note that the citizens from the European countries, as well as the USA, do not need the visa to enter Ukraine.
For more information you are welcome to contact Iryna Kriba (email@example.com) at Ukrainian BUP Centerand Lyudmyla Babak at BUP Coordinating Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- part of the Deutsche Woche (German Week).