Community-led initiatives in Estonia

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Overview

Transition in Estonia

Main page: Transition in Estonia

The Transition Network lists 1 initiative in Estonia.[1]

Permaculture in Estonia

Main page: Permaculture in Estonia

Ecovillages in Estonia

Main page: Ecovillages in Estonia

The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) lists 2 projects in their database. This number is however only reflecting the projects that have registered themselves on the database. The ecovillage database contains ecovillage projects of all sizes and in all stages of development.[2]

The ecovillages in Estonia are organized in the National Network GEN-Estonia, the Estonian Association of Ecological Communities (Eesti Ökokogukondade Ühendus).

GEN-Estonia is part of the Baltic Ecovillage Network (BEN), an association connecting projects around the Baltic Sea which is operated by a board of 11 board members from its different membership countries.

GEN-Estonia is also an ECOLISE member and a full member of GEN-Europe, the European branch of the Global Ecovillage Network.

World Cleanup Day in Estonia

Main page: World Cleanup Day in Estonia

Estonia has pioneered the model of mobilising large numbers of people for one-day nation-wide cleanups to clean up illegal waste. The first such cleanup took place on 4 May 2008 with the Estonian nation-wide cleanup called Let's do it! (in Estonian: "Teeme Ära!") engaging 50000 people or 4% of their population, cleaning up 10000 tons of waste in one day.[3]

Estonian team was pivotal in supporting the global spread of the movement.

Community Energy in Estonia

Main page: Community energy in Estonia

Solidarity Economy in Estonia

Main page: Solidarity economy in Estonia

Community Food Production in Estonia

Main page: Community Food Production in Estonia

Other(s)

Collaboration with Local Government

References

  1. https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/. Accessed on June 10th 2018
  2. https://ecovillage.org/projects. Accessed on May 23rd 2018
  3. "Teeme ära 2008". Retrieved 2020-05-16.