The HELCOM Stakeholder Conference has been postponed. It will not be held on 9-10 March 2022. For further information, see the HELCOM website.
Interested in learning more about climate change in the Baltic Sea and contributing to the debate about mitigation and adaptation options? We are inviting you to attend the HELCOM Stakeholder Conference 2022 “Climate Change in the Baltic Sea” (HSC2022) to be held online on 9-10 March 2022.
The conference will take place over two days: Day 1 (9 March 2022): Webinar about climate change in the Baltic Sea Day 2 (10 March 2022): Workshop on the science, policy and management aspects of climate change
Day 1 is open to all. For Day 2, only 100 seats are available and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please note that the HELCOM Secretariat reserves the right to admit participants in order to balance gender, geographical origin and profile of participants. Attendance on both days is required as the Day 2 workshop will build on the findings presented on Day 1.
The HSC2022 is organised by HELCOM in conjunction with Baltic Earth and the German Environment Agency (UBA).
Registration details and more information can be found in the attached info sheet and on the HSC2022 website at https://helcom.fi/hsc2022