Eili Lepik, Adviser to the Strategy Unit of the Estonian Government Office and responsible for preparing the national review talks about Estonia's challenges of implementing the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs.
From swimming pools for snakes, to seatbelt handbags: Design students apply lessons in sustainability
SEI Tallinn helped to develop a special course at the Estonian Academy of Arts (EAA) that introduced environmental and social concerns in the creative process.
SEI Tallinn has started developing an e-learning tool to help hotels, tour operators and others in the industry to understand and reduce their environmental impact.
After decades of car-centred urban planning, Tallinn plans to give the centre back to its people and enliven urban culture by creating a pedestrian- and bike-friendly 21st century Main Street.
NATTOURS, a collaboration between SEI Tallinn and the two cities’ municipal governments, will work to develop nature tourism attractions and promote them through a web portal and mobile apps.
A new SEI Tallinn project aims to keep litter from urban areas from ending up in the water, where it harms wildlife, water quality, and human health.
‘Eco-friendly’ wind farms could bridge the gap – and SEI research suggests citizens are open to the concept.
Experts working under the auspices of the United Nations are preparing an assessment of pollinators and food production to inform decision-making and the post-2015 development agenda.
About SEI Tallinn
SEI Tallinn centre is a key national expert on environment and energy, sustainable development and number of policy issues in the Estonian society.
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