Save Money and Energy – and Make Us Independent from Russia

The populations in the Baltic States generally wish to save energy and live greener – but only a minority knows how. A Nordplus project attempts to remedy this.

Nordplus Network Has Developed a Joint Nordic Master’s Degree

The ABS Network unites researchers, students, and all types of teachers at universities in the Nordic and Baltic countries. They work with atmosphere, biosphere, and climate change – they are not great in numbers and perhaps that is the reason why their network is of great significance

They Show an Alternative Future for Sustainable Urban Development

What happens when a group of Nordic researchers and students meet with the political and administrative level in a city and have to jointly find solutions to problems and establish a sustainable city district? They cooperate – and find brand new solutions

The Students Practise on Companies, Volcanoes, and Bicycles

An Icelandic and a Danish gymnasium have class exchanges as a fixed part of their teaching. It provides theoretical qualities, new cultural insights, and an opportunity to examine the role of the North in innovative solutions in the field of renewable energy

A Gigantic Music Network Binds the Baltic and Nordic Regions Together

The Sibelius Network makes smaller conservatoires bigger and creates new dynamics and innovation in the most traditional conservatoires in the Nordic and Baltic countries. A network for everyone – with 25 years of common history.

How Do We Make the Natural Sciences More Interesting?

Two high schools in Latvia and Sweden cooperated on a Nordplus project to improve the teaching of the natural sciences in both countries. It opened their eyes to what they do – both the good and the bad.

Empowerment by Employment

Video CVs and conferences for employers who hire disabled people – those are examples of new methods, which institutions from four nations have utilised in their work in securing the disabled a job.

Seaweed is turning into food and networking

When the Álka-network opens the doors to their new projects there is great demand for the seats among the students studying to become teachers in the Nordic countries. The latest project was about algae, its health benefits and the positive impact on the climate.

Done on the labour market or an asset for society?

Icelanders between 55-64 years of age are far more hardworking than the corresponding age groups in the Baltic countries and Finland. This is the conclusion of a Nordplus project which has looked into incentives and attitudes towards work and further education.