The BalticClimat Toolkit is a web-based resource for policy makers, spatial planners and business people offering scientific data and practical support for mitigation and adaptation. The BalticClimate project has been developed as the impacts of climate change will be more and more urgent in the Baltic Sea Region in the coming decades.
The project was launched in 2008 and was led by the Stockholm Environment Institute in Tallinn. Its major objective is to provide knowledge for decision-makers and other stakeholders needed to deal effectively with climate change. The Toolkit offers material in the eleven Baltic languages as well as in English.