December 1992 the UN General Assembly designated 22 March as the World Water Day. The decision to celebrate the Baltic Sea Day on 22 March was taken by the Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) countries still earlier – in 1986.
The Forum has traditionally been a good alternative platform which allows global as well as regional environmental dialogue without any restrictions.
Baltic Sea Day, with its participants from all sectors of the Baltic society will continue the fruitful cooperation for a healthy Baltic Sea in the best traditions of the big Baltic family. The Forum has been successfully organized in 15 consecutive years.
In the Forum traditionally take part representatives of administration, science, business, NGOs and mass-media.
The round table will be devoted to the following questions: energy efficiency, green agriculture and best practices of environmental education.
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