Date: Tuesday 11th October
Time: 09:30 – 16:30
Location: Nobel Conference Room, Valhallavägen 117F, Stockholm, Sweden.
Local Baltic Sea Action Plans lay the pathway for cities to become leaders in Baltic Sea Action.
This workshop will focus specifically on supporting the BSCA Pioneer Cities to create their Local Baltic Sea Action Plan. In order to secure the resources, we need to set the actions.
Municipalities have a great opportunity to capture the benefits of investing in local clean waters. Efforts from municipalities across the region will be crucial for a clean Baltic Sea.
09.00-09.30 Coffee and Sandwiches
09.30-10.00 Introduction and Workshop Overview
Barbara Jackson & RFTB team
10.10-10.25 Background BSAP
Skype: Dmitry Frank-Kamenetsky and Johanna Laurila, HELCOM
10.25-10.50 Investments vs Benefits Creating a Local BSAP
Lotta Ruokanen, City of Helsinki
10.50-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.00 BSCA Action plan: an overview and focus for the day
Focus Session 1: Section 3.2 – Our local strategy for securing an attractive community towards 2021. Peer Presentation: Gun Lindberg, Västervik (10 mins)
Expected outcome: all Pioneers have set their strategy and received input from peers
13.00-13.30 Focus Session 2: on section 3.1.1 Summary of the Environmental, Social Economic System – Business case. Peer Presentation: Mia Sklenar, Vaxholm (10 mins)
Expected outcome: all Pioneers are ready to scope out a qualitative description of their most important business sectors and have received input from peers.
13.30-14.30 Focus Session 3: on section 3.1.2 Major Local Sources of Nutrients, setting nutrient reduction targets and staircase.
Peer Presentation: NN TBC, Kalmar Sound Commission will present their status (10 mins)
Expected outcome: Pioneers learn from the experiences from KSC and are ready to identify sources of nutrients, set NP reduction targets and start to use staircase modelling
14.30-15.30 Focus Session 4: Prioritized Initiatives
Stormwater management action plan – Dalia/Ruta, Panavezys
Citizen engagement – Dariusz, Slupsk
Innovation for Individual Sewers – Ina, Värmdö
Sludge as a resource, Circular economy, RFTB Team
Expected outcome: Pioneers will jointly identify areas of cross sectoral collaboration and innovation. Ideas and next steps for possible joint applications will be extracted as well as ownership of joint action.
15.30-15.45 Coffee Break
15.45-16.30 Key learnings and requests for next step and innovation lab in November
Expected outcome: Pioneers and RFTB wrap up the day. Identify key learnings and key theme areas for our innovation lab in November.
Please contact Johannes (@) raceforthebaltic.com