The European Commission has suspended the participation of the Russian Federation in the implementation of the cross-border cooperation programmes between the European Union and Russia, starting from March 3, 2022.

Materials from Capitalization events in December 2022 and January 2023

Kolarctic CBC and Karelia CBC have arranged events in order to support their projects in capitalization activities. The presentations can be found below. (The list is under update)

A View to Arctic Forests – presentations 25th January, 2023

Keynote speech: Different needs, same forests – how to use forests in a sustainable way,  Hanna-Leena Pesonen

ECODIVE, Päivi Merilä

Bofori, Evgeny Lopatin

Added Value from Logging Residues, Tero Tuuttila

Access-2-Forest, Timo Tahvanainen

The project EXPERT has produced learning materials, e.g. videos, about excavator work in restoration activities.  In the event, the project presented two of the videos accompanied with discussion: 

Restoration of wetlands (in Swedish)
Removal of migration barriers (in Swedish)
Videos in Finnish or with Finnish subtitles will be available later.

Circular Aconomy and Waste Management in the Arctic – presentations 26th January, 2023

Keynote speech:  Framing Circular Economy and CityLoops as an exampleof draftinga roadmap,  Raimo Lilja

SUSWAM Anna Belenikhina

DeConcrete Priyadharshini Perumal

Grude project Satu Ervasti and Reeta Sipola

SYMBIOMA Egidija Rainosalo

November 2022

Phenomena of Arctic Nature

PAN (Phenomena of Arctic Nature) finds and displays the endless possibilities to nature experiences.

Your opinion matters, tell us what you think

Take a few minutes and share your thoughts with us by answering few questions.


Online training

Online learning platform on Cross-Border Cooperation under the European Neighbourhood Instrument! 

Video tutorials, written guidance and training material to support you in project preparation and implementation.

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Kolarctic CBC interactive map

Core regions
Adjoining regions

Kolarctic CBC 2014-2020 in figures

  • 4

    Participating countries

  • 8

    Core regions

  • 1.2

    Million km2 Land area

  • 2.9

    Million people

  • 63.4

    Million budget