Research – practice – policy dialogue workshop for Baltic states and Finland
Tallinn, November 28, 2008
This exciting workshop opens for discussion the first interim results of the European CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project. In collaboration, practitioners, policy makers and researchers explore the relevance of the findings for the Baltic and Finnish context. Take the opportunity to discover what are key success factors and pitfalls in energy saving programmes!
Who will be there?
The workshop is targeted for energy efficiency practitioners, policy makers and intermediary organizations working in the field of energy in Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania. We expect a total of 40 participants. Benefits for participants:
- new skills for interacting with target groups
- new ideas for innovative programmes
- strengthen co-operation with intermediaries in the region
- increase strategic capabilities
The workshop programme includes:
- a brief presentation of the first findings of the CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project
- groupwork sessions
- plenary discussions
- a presentation on current issues in the Baltic energy context
The workshop is in English, but groupwork sessions will be organized in local languages. We also offer you the opportunity, if you so wish, to present your organization or projects in a poster/display session.
Venue, accommodation and registration
The workshop is hosted by SEI-Tallinn. The venue of the workshop is the Estonian National Library in Tallinn. This well-known landmark provides a convivial atmosphere for the workshop discussions.
Accommodation is in the Hotel L'Ermitage in the Old Town of Tallinn. A workshop dinner is also provided in one of the charming restaurants in the Old Town.
The workshop is free of charge, including dinner, lunch and refreshments. Travel costs for the first 20 participants to register will be covered by the CHANGING BEHAVIOUR project, so please register before September 15, 2008. More information on the travel arrangements can be found in the section “Travelling to Tallinn”.