We invite you to a webinar “What is the role of civil society in making sustainability transition?- Cases from Trondheim and Tampere” on 25 April at 10-12.30 EEST (9-11.30 CEST)
Please have a look at the programme and register here.
The webinar is part of the We make transition! – an Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2021-2027 project that aims to engage a number of regional and local authorities, civil society and other innovation actors from the Baltic Sea region to learn about transition management and the role of various civil society actors in fostering eco-social sustainability. The project will utilise the Transition Arena method as a tool to co-create new solutions with actors representing different levels of society.
Local authorities have a crucial role in driving resilience – the societal ability to adapt and react – but due to the complexity of the challenges, they need to mobilise all levels of society to co-create solutions that enable a needed change in our traditional ways of doing things. Various civil society actors have an important role in helping society to cope with external disturbances.
The first WMT! webinar will provide an outlook on different dimensions of transition management and the role of civil society actors in eco-social sustainability.
Please also note the following webinar dates this spring:
- Transition Arena as a tool of participatory governance for sustainability transition – 9 May (13-15.30 EEST)
- How to adopt alternative economy models in cities to develop a well-being society? – 25 May (13-15.30 EEST)
In case of any questions, please contact:
Magdalena Strzelczyk from BISEr (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Johanna Leino (email@example.com)