- International co-operation between universities and schools, in EDUBALT project (in co-operation with SWEDESD and Baltic University Programme).
- We are at RIGA Comm 2016 http://rigacomm.com/it-exhibition/#horizon
- Mahemõtlejaid ja ökoinimesi hakkab koondama Ökoriik Eesti Ökoriik Eesti töögrupis valminud visiooniga saab tutvuda avalikul FB lehel (Ökoriik Eesti).Ökoriik Eesti algatusgruppi kuuluvad järgmised organisatsioonid ja üksikisikud: Ökoloogiliste Tehnoloogiate Keskus, Mahepõllumajanduse Sihtasutus, Eesti OTT, MTÜ Noored Rohelised, MTÜ Majakas, Statera Jätkusuutliku arengu uurimis- ja praktikakeskus, SA Eesti Maaülikooli Mahekeskus, Green Tech Incubator OÜ, Emil Rutiku, Kaupo Vipp, Imbi Paju, Jiří Krejčí, Toivo Aalja, Mati Kose, Anne Luik, Ahto Kaasik, Rea Raus, Rando Tooming, Mart Meriste, Aveliina Helm, Rea Sepping ja mitmed teised.Kontakt:Emil Rutiku (mob. +372 5092990, email@example.com), Rea Raus(mob. +372 5072383,firstname.lastname@example.org).
- On May 11, 2016 Statera conducted a seminar for Erasmus students. Young people are our future designers for more sustainable world.
- On April, 23, 2016 the conference on Education for Sustainable Development "Education as a Gateway to the Future.Values and Challenges in Sustainability Education" took place in Haapsalu, co-ordinated by Statera in co-operation with OÜ Uus Ühiskond. The aim of the conference is to raise questions and and initiate discussion regarding sustainability education in the context of societal innovation. The focus is on different worldviews and concepts of education forming the basis of sustainability education.The conference brings together different stakeholders in negotiating common educational aims of the society in sustainability transition. The conference is supported by the Council of Baltic Sea States. Same series of conferences took place also on April 24, in Pärnu and April 30, in Tallinn.
Keynote speakers Associate Professor Tiiu Kuurme and Professor Tero Autio in Läänemaa Ühisgümnaasium, Haapsalu.
Conference programm://media.voog.com/0000/0037/2210/files/KONVERENTSI%20PROGRAMM%20JA%20AJAKAVA.docx The conference was supported by:
- On April 2-3,2016, CBSS supported 2-day seminar took place at Tuulingu Seminar Hall, to discuss Estonian Hub activities for societal innovation and sustainability transition. Multistakeholder discussions focused on the issues related to the field of economy, education and health.
- On January 21-23,2016, representatives of Statera participated in CBSS-funded strategy meeting of Baltic Sea Network for Education for Sustainable Development. The aim of the meeting was to align the implementation of global Sustainable Development Goals with activities of the network, creating opportunities to bring the transformation for more sustainable societies to local community level.
- Heads of State, Government leaders, UN High Level Representatives and civil society met in New York from 25 to 27 September 2015, at the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, for the historic adoption of new Sustainable Development Goals. These represent a universal, ambitious, sustainable development agenda, an agenda “of the people, by the people and for the people,” crafted with UNESCO’s active involvement.
- Rea Raus, member of the Board of Statera Research and Practice Centre, was nominated as a Estonian co-director of the Institute for Sustainability, Baltic and Black Sea Consortium, during the BBCC conference in Riga, May 5-8, 2015Inspirational discussions between keynote speakers, during conference coffee-breaks- Arijen Wals,Natalia Eernstman, Rea Raus,ESD conference "Pathways to the Future", April 22, 2015, Tallinn