2nd Forum on the EU Mission Adaptation to Climate Change

Social & Side Events

During the Forum there will be opportunities to attend several side events and a social event which will take advantage of the unique and beautiful setting of Blekinge.

Monday 12th June, 18:00 – 22:00 CEST

A guided tour at Eriksberg, the Nordic region’s largest game reserve, which is home to several species of deer, European bison, wild boar, and moufflon sheep in a setting with a five-century history. The tour will end with a standing reception of local food and drinks at the reserve’s restaurant. Coaches will depart from Blekinge Convention Centre at 18:00.

Tuesday 13th June, 8:00 – 9:00 CEST

A guided tour of the historic Ronneby Brunnspark. In the 19th Century, the botanical gardens were Sweden’s most visited health resort. Today, it remains one of Sweden's most beautiful parks and forms part of ARK56 – connected coastal trails in a UNESCO biosphere reserve.

Tuesday 13th June, 17:30 – 18:30 CEST

Blekinge Archipelago Association is on a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Learn about the Association’s mission to promote sustainable development and preserve the varied species and unique character of the hardwood coast, shallow bays and many islands, skerries and estuaries.

Mon, 12 Jun 2023
Tue, 13 Jun 2023

Blekinge Convention Center
Fridhemsvägen 6