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4.10.2023 | Estonia

Do you want to make the world a better and more sustainable place?

Text Mark Taylor
Photos Susanna Poikela, 
Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik, Silver Gutmann, Helen Hunt

Do you want to make the world a better and more sustainable place?Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik

 

The largest sustainability festival in the Baltics will kick off in Tallinn tomorrow morning. The two-day event, will bring more than 2000 like-minded people together to share knowledge and ideas to create a brighter and more sustainable future for the planet.

This year, the festival which will take place at the former Põhjala factory in Tallinn, will focus on the main topic of “Sustainability as humanity – (im)possible?”.

More than 2000 people and 100 well-known influencers are expected to attend the two-day festival, where successful entrepreneurs, authors, activists, and businesses will share their experiences and knowledge at various practical workshops, discussion, and panels. In total, there will be more than 150 different speakers from around the region on the 3 different stages. There will also be competitions and a full cultural program.

If you are looking for like-minded people who want to take action and create a more sustainable world, you can find out more about the event and tickets on their official website

 

Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Kiur Kaasik
Photo: Impact Day / Silver Gutmann
Photo: Impact Day / Silver Gutmann
Photo: Impact Day / Silver Gutmann
Photo: Impact Day / Helen Hunt
Photo: Impact Day / Helen Hunt
Photo: Susanna Poikela
Photo: Susanna Poikela
Photo: Susanna Poikela

 

 

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