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Dennis Meadows as SAIL Teacher

Dennis MeadowsDennis Meadows, the widely known co-author of the books Limits to Growth and Limits to Growth: The 30-Year Update will be a member of the teachers team for this years SAIL for Students.

Dennis L. Meadows is an American scientist and Emeritus Professor of Systems Management, and former director of the Institute for Policy and Social Science Research at the University of New Hampshire. He is President of the Laboratory for Interactive Learning.

Source: Wikipedia: Dennis Meadows



SAIL 2015: Call for Teachers

Teachers To the 2015 SAIL Course On-board the Tall Ship Fryderyk Chopin

STS Fryderyk Chopin
The tall ship STS Fryderyk Chopin is a large, traditionally-rigged sailing vessel.

We are now looking for motivated teachers coming from different disciplines covering aspects of sustainability in a broad sense, thus creating an inter-disciplinary and international learning environment, which can introduce students in complex issues related to sustainability. We are looking for teachers who are interested in trying something new – combining tall ship sailing with an unconventional teaching environment, which is extra-ordinary but can be both physically and mentally demanding. The teachers are expected to prepare and plan the course beforehand, as well as correct exercises and essays/reports after the course. English is the spoken language of the course.


Water in the City

Sustainable Development 5: Water in the CityThe Sendzimir Foundation, has just published a new guidebook 'Water in the City' in the Sustainable Development Applications Series. The guidebook highlights the importance of urban water ecosystems and green infrastructure for sustainable development of a city (quality of life, health, biodiversity and ecosystem services, public space, flood control, water and air quality). In the guidebook, you can also find a selection of best practices showing how to successfully integrate urban greenery management with water management.

Download the book (pdf pdf-format) from the Sendzimir website


Facilitating multi-stakeholder collaboration

Inquiry based approach (IBA)SWEDESD and partners have published a handbook based on recent experiences and insights from collaborative learning initiatives in 18 cities on three continents.

The handbook describes the Inquiry-based Approach as a way to overcome constraints for collaboration and collaborative learning when addressing sustainability challenges. Such constraints include conflicting interests, unequal power relationships and lack of competence and resources among stakeholders.

The Inquiry-Based Approach (IBA) makes it possible for stakeholders from civil society, public authorities, business and academia to come together as a team and jointly engage in a purposeful process to tackle sustainability challenges with concrete actions at the local level.

Download The Inquiry Based Approach (IBA) - a Facilitators Handbook pdf.


New Book: Regional Development and the BSR

Reginal Development and the Baltic Sea RegionRegional Development and the Baltic Sea Region pdf
editors: Tomasz Branka and Arnold Bernaciak

"This publication from the Baltic University Programme gives a momentary glimpse of the region. In September 2011, the authors gathered to a meeting in Gniezno, Poland, and the articles should be seen as a reflection of that time. The eleven articles span over three different landscapes in the Baltic Sea region; the educational, the political and the social and natural landscapes. They cover aspects from the local level to the international level. The publication was edited by a team from University of Economics in Poznan and Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, and from the BUP secretariat at Uppsala University, Sweden."

From the Preface by Paula Lindroos


Environment, Pollution, Development: The Case of Uzbekistan

Environment, pollution, development: the case of UzbekistanEnvironment, Pollution, Development: The Case of Uzbekistan pdf
by Māris Kļaviņš, Azamat Azizov and Jānis Zaļoksnis
304 pages
Riga, UL Press, 2014.

The concept of sustainable development is relevant in respect to development of each specific country and related to a great challenge - the decision in which direction to develop. These challenges are actual also for Uzbekistan and rising of public awareness in respect to urgent environmental issues and sustainable development is of a key importance. The current book aims to contribute to these tasks. 


SAIL for Students 2015

SAIL 2015 for studentsSustainability Applied in International Learning (SAIL) is an international Baltic University Programme summer course offered by the Department of Earth Sciences, Centre for Sustainable Development. This course includes a 14-day cruise on the STS Fryderyk Chopin. Participants crew the ship and will be departing from Aalborg, Denmark on 4th August 2015 and returning to Swinoujscie, Poland on the 18th via several ports in the Baltic Sea.

The application period is 23 February to 16 March 2015. See also the web sites University or

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Sustainable Development Course

Sustainable Development
course material


Baltic University Trailer
A short introduction film about the Baltic University Programme which is a university network in the Baltic Sea region focusing on education for sustainable development. The Programme is a part of the Centre for Sustainable Development at Uppsala University.
See more BUP films on the BUP Channel on YouTube.
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