Theme of the conference:
Science has been an observing tool to recognize changes but it also has been a source of changes. Within the Baltic Sea Project students all over the Baltic Sea region have observed changes in nature since 1989 when the project was started by the Finnish National Commission for UNESCO. While observing nature it also can create changes in the observer. Our goal is to detect, describe and demonstrate the change that matters to the people of the Baltic Sea region.
Delegation of each BSP country:
We are expecting over 200 people to the conference, meaning that each BSP country (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Russian Federation) should put together a delegation of 20 people. We recommend that each delegation should consist of 10-12 students (2-3 of them with a research) and 8-10 teachers, coordinators, representatives of national commissions for UNESCO or ministries. The delegation will be put together by BSP national coordinators. If you are not sure who is the coordinator in your country, please visit: http://www.b-s-p.org/about/coordinators/
There is no conference fee for the delegation from each BSP country. The accommodation, meals and transport inside Estonia will be covered by the organizer - Tartu Environmental Education Centre. Though, each delegation shall cover their own transportation to Estonia.
*31st of January 2015 –
Register your proposals for presentations: http://goo.gl/forms/uqemOQub7I
*31st of March 2015 –
Register your delegation, your arrival and departure:
*30th of April 2015 –
Register your research and workshop equipment: http://goo.gl/forms/IHG8GJVMUT
Further information, updates and any changes will be posted to this event and BSP homepage as well as BSP Facebook page. Be sure to follow us!
Contact: Gedy Siimenson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our supporters are:
Estonian Ministry of Education and Research
Estonian Environmental Investment Centre
Estonian National Commission for UNESCO
AS Tallink Grupp