A large part of the work within this priority follows the framework of the United Nations 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a special focus on supporting the transition towards competitive green economy as well as boosting research, science and innovation excellence.
The Baltic Sea Labour Forum (BSLF) is a network established in 2012 as a social dialogue platform that connects trade unions and employer organisations of the CBSS Member States.
The CBSS Science, Research and Innovation Agenda was launched in 2016 by the CBSS Member States’ Science Ministers as a platform to maintain scientific excellence, support academic mobility and boost the competitiveness of the Baltic Sea Region.
The Expert Group on Sustainable Development is made up of officials from relevant ministries of the CBSS Member States. Together, the Expert Group has gained more than 20-years of experience in working on sustainability policies.