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Estonia's average temperature has been rising 0.2‑0.3°C per decade since 1951. The rate of warming exceeds the global average in the past two decades. Furthermore, the country’s temperatures are expected to continue increasing.
International Energy Agency
The Covid-19 pandemic has not only an impact on business and economy but also reshaped cyberspace. The increased use of digital technologies has become the “new normal“.
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Eastern Europe was praised for being exceptional during the first wave of the pandemic but its pandemic experience has been dramatically different this autumn.
Conversation Media Group, the
2020

This paper presents a mobility indicator derived from anonymised aggregated mobile positioning data. Even though the indicator does not provide information about the behaviour of individuals, it captures valuable insights into the mobility patterns of the

European Commission Joint Research Centre
2020

This work introduces the concept of data-driven Mobility Functional Areas (MFAs) as geographic zones with a high degree of intra-mobility exchanges. Such information, calculated at European regional scale thanks to mobile data, can be useful to inform

European Commission Joint Research Centre
2019

The current overview of the climate adaptation related regulations and activities at the national, regional and local levels in Baltic Sea Region (BSR) countries is based on a document review using the latest national communications of the countries

Council of the Baltic Sea States
2017

The strategic goal of the Climate Change Adaptation Development Plan is to increase the readiness and ability of the Estonian state, regional and local levels to adapt to the effects of climate change.

To formulate a Plan, researchers have identified

Estonia - government
2013

The overriding goal of the Baltadapt Action Plan is to promote the implementation of the Baltic Sea Region Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change and to specify priority activities for the macro-region in the field of adaptation to climate change

Danish Meteorological Institute
2013

Recognising that national and local adaptation strategies are the key instruments in most issues, a Baltic Sea Region climate change adaptation strategy should aim to be instrumental in mobilizing joint action in areas of work that require or

Danish Meteorological Institute
2018

This book provides an overview of OECD countries' efforts to collect information on both the economic impacts of disasters and the level of public resources invested in the management of risk. It is based on the results of an OECD survey, two expert

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development