International climate reports and intitiatives: The Sixth Assessment Report of the UN IPCC addresses the most up-to-date physical understanding of the Earth’s climate system and climate change. The Sixth Assessment Report of the United Nations (UN) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Culture4climate – C4C offers a collaborative forum to connect and adapt beyond borders in the Baltic Sea Region.
Baltic Rim Project brought together archaeologists and spatial planners from Baltic Sea countries to integrate the maritime cultural heritage into maritime spatial plans for a sustainable management and protection of underwater sites.
REV Ocean is a not-for-profit company created with one overarching purpose and ambition: To make the ocean healthy again. The company was established July 20th, 2017 and funded by Norwegian business-man Kjell Inge Røkke.
UNESCO ICH Nordic clinker boat nomination. The state parties in the Nordic countries have nominated Nordic clinker boat traditions to be inscribed on the UNESCOs Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Hope Cathedral is an interfaith, sustainable art project by the Church of Norway. Inspired by Norway’s famous stave churches, Hope Cathedral is a 120 m2 barge made of timber and roots and built using traditional building techniques. The roof is a 300 m2 multi-coloured work of art made of plastic taken from the ocean and subjected to an innovative transformation process.
„Liginull“ (Nearly Zero) – Exhibition of the Estonian Association of Architects dealt with the problem of climate warming from the point of view of space. Why is the average footprint of an Estonian three times larger than that of a Latvian and a Swede and in the top ten in the world?
The co-operation project between the Estonian National Heritage Board and the Norwegian Cultural Heritage Directorate "Revitalization of historic urban hearts and local development through cultural heritage" focuses on heritage conservation areas in small towns.