Turku UAS highlights solutions for protecting the Baltic Sea at the Europe Forum
Turku University of Applied Sciences is participating in the Europe Forum on the Baltic Sea theme. Our Baltic Sea seminar on 30 August can be followed on site or online.
The Europe Forum is the sixth Citizens' Forum, bringing together decision-makers and citizens. This year’s theme of the Europe Forum is a Changing Europe. The theme is intended to stimulate public debate on the forces of change that are shaking Europe.
The Baltic Sea is one of the most polluted and sensitive sea areas in the world. Increasing maritime traffic, eutrophication and invasive species are a threat to the sea. Improving the state of the sea is a common concern for all the countries around the Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea is an important research focus for Turku UAS. We do active research to keep it healthy and diverse for posterity.
Follow Our Baltic Sea seminar on site or online
The Turku University of Applied Sciences seminar the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region measures to save the sea and present some examples of research projects aimed at reducing emissions that pollute the sea and studying underwater noise.
The speakers of Turku UAS are Valtteri Hongisto, the leader of the research group, and Emil Nyman, Senior Advisor. The moderator of the discussion is Stella Aaltonen (Stellar Minds Oy).
Time: Wednesday 30 August at 15–15.45
Venue: Crichton Hall, Linnankatu 5460, 20100 Turku
The seminar is in Finnsh and the programme will be interpreted into English.
It is possible to follow the event remotely without pre-registration to the event platform. You can find the link in the event week on the website of the Europe Forum.
This year, the forum will be held at the Turku UAS Art Academy and Conservatory premises at Linnankatu, Turku and a virtual event platform online. The programme is also held at Turku Market Square.