Environmental protection is a global concern and everyone’s responsibility. It requires long-term effort – and realizing that every act counts, no matter how small it might be.
For years, the Baltic Sea has been struggling with various problems. Even though people are becoming more eco-conscious every year, the Baltic Sea needs everyone to make an effort to care for the environment. One way to contribute to the wellbeing of the Baltic Sea is to raise awareness by sharing the good cause. To share the word, WaterChain has organized campaigns, competitions and events during the past couple of years. The main objective has been to activate the general public to take part in the important cause and think what they could do to help the Baltic Sea revival.
In September 2016, a social media campaign was launched to save the Baltic Sea. The aim of the campaign was to make everybody, especially youngsters, aware of the water quality issues of the Baltic Sea.Read more
Rock the Baltic Sea is a campaign initiated 2017 to increase awareness about water protection and the challenges the Baltic Sea has faced for many years and still struggles to tackle.Read more
A 10-day international student summer school was organized by Lake Ungurs in Latvia by the Institute for Environmental Solutions at the end of August 2017.Read more
Combining art with science to bring the problem of pesticides closer to the public. “Pesticides” was open to public at Tallinn University and at Tallinn University of Technology in 2017 and 2018.Read more
Let’s Do It! World is a civic-led mass movement, with the goal of cleaning up the planet in one day – on World Cleanup Day – 15th of September 2018Read more
In 2017 and 2018, this event of short presentations as well as various experience and actions was organized to make people aware of the fact that protecting the Baltic Sea is not “someone else’s job” but everyone’s responsibility.Read more