The media representatives are kindly invited to apply for participation in the Northern Future Forum to be held in Rīga, on February 28. During the Forum, the officials of Nordic and Baltic countries and Great Britain will discuss competitiveness of the green economy and addressing the digital divide.
The Forum will be held in Rīga at the initiative of Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis, which was supported by other countries in the 2012 Forum in Sweden.
The media representatives willing to apply for participation in the Northern Future Forum 2013 are required to fill out an application form, which is available on the website of the Forum: www.futureforum2013.gov.lv. The registration will last until February 11.
Experts representing governmental, private and non-governmental sectors, as well as researchers from the United Kingdom, Denmark, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Finland and Sweden will traditionally participate in the Northern Future Forum.
This year the countries have agreed to discuss the following topics: “Can Green Economy be Competitive?” and “Addressing the Digital Divide”, recognizing that the implementation of green technologies and availability of information communication technologies are essential factors to ensure national sustainability and stable growth.