Participate in the Baltic Sea Day by organising an event that is open to the general public. Events can be set up by organisations, groups of friends, associations, or any stakeholder who is excited to support the Baltic Sea Day. The most important guideline is: whether it is free or has an entry fee, the event must be open to all. A small-scale event can be reported as a Baltic Sea activity.
Events can be organised with any kind of sea-related theme. Baltic Sea Day events can therefore include exhibitions, workshops, guided trips to nature, or even a lecture that is open to all.
We monitor the status of the coronavirus pandemic and related recommendations by the authorities closely. For the time being, we are building and promoting the Baltic Sea Day normally, even if at the moment all meetings and all planning work is done remotely. For the Baltic Sea Day itself on 28 August 2020, many events are being planned, but they will be implemented only if the authorities consider the overall situation to be safe enough. The Baltic Sea Day can also be implemented in its entirety online and in social media, by sharing experiences and insights.