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'Seeds' seminar held in Estonia

May 2024

Estonia, Hiiumaa. On April 17, 2024, a seminar "Seeds" was held, this time for adult participants.

The seminar defined today's "seedlings" and the paths to nurturing them for a positive future. The participants articulated that flexibility, self-regulation, and local knowledge are crucial for society's adaptation to climate change. Formal and public education play significant roles, as do the contributions of museums and libraries in preserving intangible cultural heritage. The existing UNESCO Biosphere Program area provides a valuable model for shaping societal resilience.


The results of the seminar were conveyed to the Ministry of Climate to emphasize the connection between intangible cultural heritage and environmental preservation. With this perspective, we aimed to contribute to the drafting of Estonia's climate law.

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