On tour for the Baltic Sea

Welcome to Searoom

Searoom is a traveling exhibition about the Baltic Sea.
The Baltic Sea is one of the world’s most polluted seas and the global climate is changing. The UN sets sustainability goals and the Paris Agreement is supposed to limit the rise in temperature – but what does all this mean at the grassroots level? What should we do? Should we change our lifestyle? What is being done from the municipalities? What changes generates the best effects and what is it that we do not have to do? We will find out!

We provide a room for effective collaboration and share of best practice between the main stakeholders. We go local, highlights initiatives and put them in the big picture.

One Exhibition – Nine Countries

What we do

Exhibition management

Why do we usually act in the very last minute even though we know what needs to be done? And why are changes first met with resistance before they eventually become part of the normal? It is easy to accept changes when disaster is a fact, but do we really need to go there? How do we inspire change in time?

Tourlogistics and venues

With a profound experience of international traveling exhibitions and a solid interest for our region we decided to initiate the Searoom. We offer decision makers, scientists, municipalities, journalists, schools, enthusiasts and more a platform for collaboration and sharing good examples. Our vision is simply to inspire more to do more for The Baltic Sea.


The exhibition

In addition to the Baltic Sea exhibition, there is a news desk for local journalists and entusiasts, an exhibition space reserved for the municipality and local organizations, an innovation lab showing innovations and we invite visitors to come up with their own ideas.

The room also has conference equipment and can be used for training and seminars for up to 30 people.

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Do you want to join the trip or just get some more information? Please contact Joakim Engström.

Tel: +46 8-520 100 35
Address: Teknikervägen 9,
149 45 Nynäshamn