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Ideology and Authentic Human Relationships -- William Hatcher
 
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A short interview with Prof. William Hatcher produced 1997 by Peter Ocskay for The Baltic University Programme which is included in the TV-series Mission Possible on Sustainable Development in the Baltic region. Film length: 2,25 minutes. Visit our website: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se You can also watch the whole TV-series Mission Possible here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/films/77-a-sustainable-baltic-regionmission-possible
Uppsala - history of a city_Part  1
 
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The film describe the development of Uppsala from early times to the beginning of the 21st century. The emphasis is on physical planning but municipal democracy and sustainable development is also touched upon. Producer: Magnus Lehman. Film length: 28 min.
Recycling Today  part 2
 
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A film on the dual system for recycling in Germany, produced by the Dual System, Germany. Film length: 20.00 This film is part of a study material on Environmental Management for the Baltic University Programme course Environmental Design. Read more about the complete material at http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/Environmental-Management/. The book can be ordered from our on-line webshop http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/webshop/.
Planetary Consciousness -- Erwin Lazlo interview
 
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Prof. Erwin Lazlo speak about the need for a new ethics of planetary consciousness. The interview was produced by Peter Ocskay in 1997 for the Baltic University Programme TV-series Mission Possible. Film length: 5,26 minutes. Visit our website: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se You can also watch the whole TV-series Mission Possible here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/films/77-a-sustainable-baltic-regionmission-possible
Cleaner production concept and practice_Part 1
 
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Film on introduction of cleaner production in Lithuanian industry produced by APINI, Institute of Environmental Engineering, of Kaunas University of Technology. The film gives an overview of the result of CP in Lithuanian industry and features reports from the furniture company Klaipedos Baldai and the textile company Utenos Trikotazas. Film length: 17.00. Part 2. This film is part of a study material on Environmental Management for the Baltic University Programme course Cleaner Production. Read more about the complete material at http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/Environmental-Management/. The book can be ordered from our on-line webshop http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/webshop/.
Work and economy in Livani_Part 1
 
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The film describe Livani in Latvia with special emphasis on work and economy in the municipality and prospects for sustainable developement in the future. Produced 2001 by Uldis Cekulis, Vides Filmu Studija, Riga for the Baltic University programme. Financial support was provided by the Swedish Knowledge Foundation and the City of Livani. The film is part of a course packet entitled Sustainable Urban Patterns around the Baltic Sea, SUPERBS. Film length: 28 minutes. Read more about the Baltic University Programme at: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/
Earth and Easter Island
 
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An interview with Prof. Sverker Sörlin. Produced by Peter Ocskay for the Baltic University Programme, 1997 for the series Mission Possible about sustainable development in the Baltic Sea region. Film length: 4 minutes Visit our website: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se You can also watch the whole TV-series Mission Possible here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/films/77-a-sustainable-baltic-regionmission-possible
Ecoprint
 
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This is a film about Ecoprint -- a printhouse in Estonia. The video is a clip from the film "Notes ... on Sustainable Consumption and Production" produced by Council of Baltic Sea States and uploaded here with permission from CBSS. Read more about CBSS here: http://www.cbss.org/ The original link to the film is http://www.vimeo.com/31290182
Democracy and Human Rights
 
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DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS is one out of five films on the topic of Global Responsibility. The films were made on the initiative and funding of the Finnish Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Baltic University Programme Secretariat at Uppsala University. See the whole website at http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/ The films are built from hundreds of pictures, almost all available on Internet for educational use with creative commons licenses. A full creditlist is to be found in the end of the film but are also available in more detail at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/credits/Democracy_and_human_rights.pdf A full text of the narration is available at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/texts/democracy_text.pdf The film was produced in 2008. Read more avout the Baltic University Programme: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/
Peoples of the Baltic: Session 1 – Meetingplace Baltic
 
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POB 1 Project Director: Lars Rydén Producer: Uffe Wikström Technical coordination: Roine Modigh, Teracom Scientific coordination: Charles Westin Charles Westin, Assoc. Prof. Stockholm University Wladimir Kokko, Dr, St Petersburg University Liucija Baskauskas, Prof., California State University Sven-Olof Lindquist, Dr, Director, Gotlands Museum Gun Westholm, Vice Director, Gotlands Museum Ilse Lokhmanis, University of Latvia Rimantas Jankauskas, Vilnius University Kalevi Wiik, Turku University Tatyana Petrova, St Petersburg University Helena Federova, Kaliningrad State University Lennart Tegborg, Uppsala University Kurt Genrup, Umeå University Production year: 1993 Duration: 1.30.18
Uppsala - history of a city_Part  3
 
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The film describe the development of Uppsala from early times to the beginning of the 21st century. The emphasis is on physical planning but municipal democracy and sustainable development is also touched upon. Producer: Magnus Lehman. Film length: 28 min.
Hågaby Eco-village. Part 1
 
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The film describe the ecologial community Hågaby in Uppsala, Sweden. Produced by André Maslennikov, AM Reportage AB for the SUPERBS project. Scriptwrighting: Per G. Berg. Financial support from European Union Programme Interreg IIc, the City of Uppsala and Uppsala Hem. Total film length: 29 minutes. The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University, 2001.
Hågaby Eco-village. Part 4
 
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The film describe the ecologial community Hågaby in Uppsala, Sweden. Produced by André Maslennikov, AM Reportage AB for the SUPERBS project. Scriptwrighting: Per G. Berg. Financial support from European Union Programme Interreg IIc, the City of Uppsala and Uppsala Hem. Total film length: 29 minutes. The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University, 2001.
Dennis Meadows workshop part 1
 
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Theory and practice of games. Workshop 11 May 2015 at Teachers Competence Development Training in ESD: Steps to a Sustainable Future. Arranged by the Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University.
Hågaby Eco-village. Part 2
 
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The film describe the ecologial community Hågaby in Uppsala, Sweden. Produced by André Maslennikov, AM Reportage AB for the SUPERBS project. Scriptwrighting: Per G. Berg. Financial support from European Union Programme Interreg IIc, the City of Uppsala and Uppsala Hem. Total film length: 29 minutes. The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University, 2001.
Environmental Certification in a small business_Part 2
 
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This film follows the process of environmental certification according to the standards of ISO 14001:2004 at Nina Printhouse KB in Uppsala, Sweden. Film length: 23.10 This film is part of a study material on Environmental Management for the Baltic University Programme course Environmental Certification. Read more about the complete material at http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/Environmental-Management/. The book can be ordered from our on-line webshop http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/webshop/.
Uppsala - history of a city_Part  2
 
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The film describe the development of Uppsala from early times to the beginning of the 21st century. The emphasis is on physical planning but municipal democracy and sustainable development is also touched upon. Producer: Magnus Lehman. Film length: 28 min.
Cleaner production concept and practice_Part 2
 
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Film on introduction of cleaner production in Lithuanian industry produced by APINI, Institute of Environmental Engineering, of Kaunas University of Technology. The film gives an overview of the result of CP in Lithuanian industry and features reports from the furniture company Klaipedos Baldai and the textile company Utenos Trikotazas. Film length: 17.00. Part 2. This film is part of a study material on Environmental Management for the Baltic University Programme course Cleaner Production. Read more about the complete material at http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/Environmental-Management/. The book can be ordered from our on-line webshop http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/webshop/.
Peace and Conflict Resolution
 
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PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION is one out of five films on the topic of Global Responsibility. The films were made on the initiative and funding of the Finnish Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Baltic University Programme Secretariat at Uppsala University. See the whole website at http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/ The films are built from hundreds of pictures, almost all available on Internet for educational use with creative commons licenses. A full creditlist is to be found in the end of he film but are also available in more detail at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/credits/Peace_and_conflict_resolution.pdf A full text of the narration is available at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/texts/peace_text.pdf The film was produced in 2008. Read more avout the Baltic University Programme: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/
Rebuilding Tartu
 
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The film describe the the restructuring of the neighbourhood Supilinn in the northern part of Tartu. The are is mostly consisting of old wooden one or two storey apartment houses. The film describe this pictoresque slum area and transformation of parts of it to better housing standard. Produced by Tiina Rebane, Eesti Television for the SUPERBS project and the educational TV-series City 2000. Financial support from and the Swedish Knowledge Foundation and the City of Tartu. Total film length: 29 minutes.
The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University, 2001.
Sailing with Pogoria_Part 1
 
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Every year some of the students and teachers of the Baltic University Programme become sailors of the barquentine Pogoria from Poland. For two weeks they participate in a floating seminar focusing on the environment of the Baltic Sea region. This film describes the summer cruise of 2003 with the Pogoria. This year students came from Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Belarus, Lithuania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Germany and Poland and the voyage went from Gdansk, Poland via Riga, Latvia to St. Petersburg, Russia. Film length: 35 minutes
Work and economy in Livani_Part 2
 
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The film describe Livani in Latvia with special emphasis on work and economy in the municipality and prospects for sustainable developement in the future. Produced 2001 by Uldis Cekulis, Vides Filmu Studija, Riga for the Baltic University programme. Financial support was provided by the Swedish Knowledge Foundation and the City of Livani. The film is part of a course packet entitled Sustainable Urban Patterns around the Baltic Sea, SUPERBS. Film length: 28 minutes. Read more about the Baltic University Programme at: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/
Tillmann Heidelk interview
 
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EUSBSR 8th Annual Forum 2017 in Berlin 13-14 June. From the seminar "Connecting the voice of youth for a sustainable development in the Baltic Sea region" arranged by the Baltic University Programme and the Council of Baltic Sea States, CBSS. Interview with Tillmann Heidelk, President of Young European Leadership made by Ivan Suprun from National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Kiev Ukraine
Sustainable Development and Economy
 
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An interview with Svante Axelson produced 1997 by Peter Ocskay for the Baltic University Programme. The interview was part of a TV-series entitled Mission Possible made for the course package A Sustainable Baltic Region. Film length: 3 minutes. Visit our website: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se You can also watch the whole TV-series Mission Possible here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/films/77-a-sustainable-baltic-regionmission-possible
Sustainable Development and Energy
 
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An interview with Prof Bert Bolin produced 1997 by Peter Ocskay for the Baltic University Programme. The interview was made for the TV-series Mission Possible for the course A Sustainable Baltic Region. Film length: 2 minutes. Visit our website: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se You can also watch the whole TV-series Mission Possible here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/films/77-a-sustainable-baltic-regionmission-possible
Baltic University Student Conference 2009
 
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The film describe a student conference of the Baltic University Programme network held in april 2009 in Rogow, Poland. The Theme of the Conference was Sustainability in Education and Climate Change. The Baltic University Programme is a part of the Centre for Sustainable Development at Uppsala University. Read the conference declarations: On sustainable education (http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/component/docman/doc_download/9-students-declaration-on-education-for-sustainable-development) and on climate change: (http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/component/docman/doc_download/8-students-decleration-on-climate-change) Producer: Magnus Lehman. © Baltic University Programme, 2009. Time Length: about 9 minutes. http://www.balticuniv.uu.se
Sustainable Development and Political Change
 
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An interview with Gro Harlem Brundtland produced 1997 by NRK and Peter Ocskay for the Baltic University Programme. The interview was made for the TV-series Mission Possible for the course A Sustainable Baltic Region. Film length: 3,38 minutes. Visit our website: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se You can also watch the whole TV-series Mission Possible here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/films/77-a-sustainable-baltic-regionmission-possible
BUP Student Conference 2011
 
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Documentation of a Baltic University international student conference in Rogow, Poland on 13-17 April. 76 students from 11 countries in the Baltic Sea region participated. The theme of the conference was Energy futures. Lecturers were Lars Rydén, Ireneusz Zbicinski, Oleg Izyuomenko, Tomasz Branka, Christian Madsen, Frederik Holten.Tingleff and Christian Jacobsen. An important event was an interactive game on energy scenarios entitled Changing the Game. You can read more about the game here: http://denmark.energycrossroads.org/events/changing-the-game.php More information on the conference can be found here: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/presentations The video was produced by: Wojtek from Voytek Production Studio in Lodz, Poland (http://www.voytekstudio.pl/)
What is sustainable development?
 
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An interview with Alan AtKisson in which he suggest a definition of sustainable development, how we can move in that direction, and he also describe two methodologies to guide us in this process, the Compass and the ISIS model. Alan also discuss the role of eduaction and universities in working for sustainable development. Read more at http://www.atkisson.com. Producer: Magnus Lehman The Baltic University Programme, 2010. Film length 13 minutes.
Dennis Meadows workshop part 2
 
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Theory and practice of games. Workshop 11 May 2015 at Teachers Competence Development Training in ESD: Steps to a Sustainable Future. Arranged by the Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University.
Baltic Sea Environment 1: What it looks like – physical geography of the Baltic
 
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BSE Session 1. The physical geography of the Baltic Sea is described. Scientific coordinator: Prof. Lars Håkanson, Uppsala University. Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Liucija Baskauskas, Dr. Director Tele-3, Vilnius. Erik Svanström, Archeologist, Gotland Strig Strömholm, Prof. Rector Uppsala University. Mikael Esping, Producer Lars Håkanson, Prof. Uppsala University. Andrzej Kowalczewski, Assoc. Prof, University of Warsaw. Victor Ionov, Assoc. Prof. St. Petersburg State University. Ulf Erlingsson, Dr. Uppsala University. Zbigniew Haber, Prof. Agricultural University of Poznan. Johan Persson, Uppsala University. Mats Wallin, Uppsala University. Witold Lenart, Assoc. Prof, University of Warsaw. Music by the Student orchestra Kruthornen. Production year: 1991. Duration: 01.58.40.
Introduction to Global Responsibility
 
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AGENDA FOR GLOBAL RESPONSIBILITY INTRODUCTION is one out of five films on the topic of Global Responsibility. The films were made on the initiative and funding of the Finnish Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Baltic University Programme Secretariat at Uppsala University. See the whole website at http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/ The films are built from hundreds of pictures, almost all available on Internet for educational use with creative commons licenses. A full creditlist is to be found in the end of the film but are also available in more detail at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/credits/Introduction.pdf A full text of the narration is available at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/texts/introduction_text.pdf The film was produced in 2008. Read more avout the Baltic University Programme: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/
Carl Lindberg on The UN Decade for Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014 and beyond.
 
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The UN Decade for Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014 and beyond. The Global Action Plan. The UN Sustainability Goals. Carl Lindberg, member of the Baltic University Programme international board. 24 October. Baltic University Programme Rectors conference in Visby, October 22-24, 2014 TIME: 00:24:42
Günther Bachmann interviewed at EUSBSR Annual Forum 2016
 
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European Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region Annual Forum 2016 in Stockholm, 8-9 November. Interviews with panelists from the Session ”Walk the Talk” organised by CBSS. Professor Dr. Günther Bachmann, General Secretary of the German Council for SD, Germany Interviewer: Mirjam Weituschat, Zittau University of Applied Sciences Producer: Magnus Lehman The Baltic University Programme
Sustainable Development
 
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT is one out of five films on the topic of Global Responsibility. The films were made on the initiative and funding of the Finnish Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Baltic University Programme Secretariat at Uppsala University. See the whole website at http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/ The films are built from hundreds of pictures, almost all available on Internet for educational use with creative commons licenses. A full creditlist is to be found in the end of the film but are also available in more detail at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/credits/Sustainable_development.pdf The full text of the narration is available at: http://www.bup.fi/BUPfilm/Lars_film_site/texts/sustainable_text.pdf The film was produced in 2008. Read more avout the Baltic University Programme: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/
Baltic University Programme presentation
 
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Short presentation of the Baltic University Programme. This version is without sound.
English for environmental science. Unit 8
 
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This course material was produced to provide students in the Baltic region with an opportunity to improve their professional command of the English language. This video is part of a series of containing examples and excercises on how to communicate environmental issues in english. The films are preferably to be used together with the course book by the same title which is written by Elena Korshuk et al. This material was produced by the Baltic University Press in 2003. PLEASE NOTE: No unit 10 was produced.
Environmental Inspections in a Swedish Municipality_Part 2
 
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A film describing the field work of environmental inspectors in the city of Umeå. A general description of Swedish Environmental law is also included. The film was produced by Umeå Municipality and Umeå University. Film length: 15 minutes. Second part. This film is part of a study material on Environmental Management for the Baltic University Programme course Environmental Policy. Read more about the complete material at http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/index.php/Environmental-Management/. The book can be ordered from our on-line webshop http://www.balticuniv.uu.se/webshop/.
Jason Moore, Green economy, green capitalism Or the end of cheap nature
 
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CEFO COURSE Green economies: Making the shift toward sustainability Lecture via Skype 12 November 2014. Uppsala University
Environmental management in Turku_Part 1
 
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Sustainable nutrient flows. Production: The Baltic University Programme The film describe waste management in the city of Turku, Finland. The film has been produced for the series City 2000 as part of the project Sustainable Patterns around the Baltic Sea region (SUPERBS) with financial support from European Union Programme Interreg IIc and the city of Turku. The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University, 2001. Read more about the project and the Baltic University Programme at http://www.balticuniv.uu.se. Total film length: 28 minutes.
Baltic University Programme
 
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Very short presentation of the Baltic University Programme. A large university network in the Baltic Sea region focusing on education for sustainable development and also a Flagship project of the European Strategy for the Baltic Sea region (Policy Area Education).
Neil Powell on Leadership for sustainability
 
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Leadership for sustainability. Prof Neil Powell, Director of CSD Uppsala, Uppsala University. 23 October. Baltic University Programme Rectors conference in Visby, October 22-24, 2014. TIME: 00:32:36
SAIL for Students 2015
 
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SAIL 2015 Every year the Baltic University Programme organize a course with 30 students from different universities in the Baltic Sea region. The course Sustainability Applied in International Learning (SAIL) is held on board the sailing ship Fryderic Chopin. Read more about SAIL and the Baltic University Programme at: http://www.balticuniv.uu.se. This is a short film presenting an overview of life on board. The film was produced by Katarzyna Ostrowska.
BUP 25 years
 
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A compilation of films from the Baltic University Programme 1991-2011. See more old and recent films at the Baltic University Youtube-channel https://www.youtube.com/user/Balticuniversity
Baltic Sea Environment 5: Too Dangerous – Industrial  pollution and emissions
 
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BSE Session 5. Industrial emissions and pollutants affecting the Baltic sea are described. Toxicology as well as hotspots are also discussed Scientific coordinators: Prof. Bjarne Holmbom and Erkki Leppäkoski from Åbo Akademi University. Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Uffe Wikström and Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Prof. Bjarne Holmbom,Åbo Akademi University Prof. Erkki Leppäkoski, Åbo Akademi University Assoc. Prof. Mikko Hupa, Åbo Akademi University Prof. Janusz Pempkowiak, Institute of Oceanology, Sopot Prof. Christoffer Rappe, Umeå University Dir. Håkan Romantschuk, Finnish Peroxides Helvi Hödrejärv, Tallinn Technical University Alf Björklund, Åbo Akademi University Leonid Tichomirow, St. Petersburg State University Music by Axelbandet. Production year: 1992. Duration: 01.59.20.
Recycling Today. Part 1
 
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Recycling Today A film on the dual system for recycling in Germany, produced by the Dual System, Germany. Film length: 20.00. Parl 1.
EUSBSR 8th Annual Forum 2017, Berlin
 
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14 June 10:45-12:15 Seminar "Connecting the voice of youth for a sustainable future of the Baltic Sea region" Organisers: Baltic University Programme and Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) Panelists: Mr. Tillmann Heidelk, President of the Young European Leadership Ms. Noura Berrouba, Member of the Governing Body of the European Youth Parliament (EYP) Ms. Kari Lie, Representative of the Baltic Sea States Sub-Regional Cooperation Youth Commission Ms. Maria Stronska, Student Representative for the Baltic University Programme, Chernihiv National University of Technology, Chernihiv, Ukraine Mr. Sylwester Nagórka, Student Representative for the Baltic University Programme, University of Warsaw, Poland Moderator: Mirjam Weituschat, Baltic University Programme, University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Goerlitz, Germany
Russia_Part 1
 
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Russia North-west a country presentation. This film describe North-western Russia in general and present many places of interest such as Staraya Ladoga, Velikiy Novgorod, Pskov, Izborsk, Pechory, Ust-Izhora, Oreshek, Vyborg, Karelia, Petrozavodsk, Kizhi, St Petersburg. The film was produced by the Baltic University Centre at St Petersburg State University in 2004. Total film length: 23 minutes.
English for environmental science. Unit 2
 
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This course material was produced to provide students in the Baltic region with an opportunity to improve their professional command of the English language. This video is part of a series of containing examples and excercises on how to communicate environmental issues in english. The films are preferably to be used together with the course book by the same title which is written by Elena Korshuk et al. This material was produced by the Baltic University Press in 2003. PLEASE NOTE: No unit 10 was produced.
Baltic Sea Environment 3: Too much – Eutrophication of the Baltic Sea
 
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BSE Session 3. Describes Eutrophication of the Baltic Sea. Scientific coordinator: Prof. Curt Forsberg, Uppsala University. Producers: Jan-Olof Fällman, Lars Rydén. Participants: Lars Rydén, Director, The Baltic University Programme, Uppsala University. Fredrik Wulff, Prof., Stockholm University. Oleg Savchuk, Dr. State Oceanographic Institute, St. Petersburg. Ingemar Ahlgren, Assoc. Prof., Uppsala University. Ulf Larsson, Stockholm University Curt Forsberg, Prof. Uppsala University. Gunnar Persson, Swedish Environmental protection Agency, Uppsala. Lars Bergström, Prof. Swedish University of Agriculture. Emin Tengström, Prof., University of Gothenburg. Marcin Plinski, University of Gdansk. Torbjörn Willén, Swedish Environmental protection Agency, Uppsala. Edna Graneli, Lund University. Lillemor Lévan, Lund University. Sture Hansson, Stockholm University. Maciej Zalewski, Prof., University of Lodz. Roman Zytkowicz, Dr, Torun University Ulrika Stensdotter, Uppsala University. Music by the student orchestra Kruthornen. Production year: 1991. Duration: 01.59.04.