Realization of the Baltic Space Manifesto to Advance Global Sustainable Development, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development
The Baltic States – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, gained global visibility with the Baltic Way human chain that linked Tallinn to Riga to Vilnius on 23 August 1989. Significant space research and technology development was underway in the Baltics at that time.
Now, after over 30 years of renewed sovereignty the three states look to realize the promise of outer space as a locus for space sciences and peaceful uses of outer space for sustainable development. The Baltic Space Manifesto articulates this vision within the Europe-wide context of the EUROSPACEHUB initiative.
The Baltic Investment Summit with investors and key business leaders together with the presidents of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will consider prospects for future development of space research and innovation presented by space scientists, top students, innovators and entrepreneurs from the Baltics and the diaspora communities worldwide.
The session is aimed at articulating a plan for joint action by the Baltic States, their universities, industry and diaspora for the realization of the Baltic Space Manifesto.