Welcome to the UBC Good Practice Database - Good practices from the Baltic Sea Region!
The UBC Good Practices Database was developed to answer to the need of local authorities to find practical examples complemented with suitable tools. The practices cover sustainable development in cities including all topics from transport to health and from social aspects to economic instruments - all dimensions of the Aalborg Commitments.
In the database you find examples, experiences and inspiration of what other cities and municipalities have done. These examples tell how the cities succeeded, sometimes with small effort, but great creativity, to speed up the sustainable development in their area, e.g by involving the citizens in the decision-making or creating huge campaigns about how to travel to school safely and environmental friendly. In the database contact details are provided so that further exchange of information is easily possible.
The database is for the cities and from the cities! Every city is able to share their own experiences through inserting their own cases. If you have not yet inserted Good Practices from your city into the database - we warmly welcome you to do so by creating your own login name.
At the moment there are 647 published cases in English. The latest Good Practice cases available in English are: