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Gdansk: Saturday 31st May 2003

08.00 All Day Arrivals Stockholm, Arlanda Airport and Gdansk, Poland.
The Symposium vessel, 'Ocean Monarch' will be docked at the port of Gdynia, from 08.00 on
Participants can board throughout the course of the day

Morning
Flights to Gdansk, Poland

Buffet Lunch Available

Late afternoon
Optional visit to Hel Peninsula

23.00
Departure for Kaliningrad

Kaliningrad - Gdynia: Sunday 1st June 2003

04.30 Ocean Monarch docks at the port of Baltijsk Pier No. 75, Kaliningrad
05.00-05.30 Breakfast
06.00 - 11.00 Field visits:
(a) Baltic Spit and the Amber Mine (Lecture / Presentation)
(b) Curonian Spit (National Park)

11.30 Event at The World Ocean Museum
Welcome by Kaliningrad Dignitary
13.30 Lunch with Kaliningrad guests
16.00 Departure for Gdynia
20.30 Ocean Monarch docks in Gdynia
Buffet dinner
21.30 Arrival & Embarkation of HAH Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and Additional Invitees

Gdynia: Monday 2nd June 2003

07.00-08.00 Breakfast
08.00-09.00 Guided beach walk along the Gdynia shore
09.30-12.00 Opening Plenary: SHARING RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT: "Proprietors or Priests of Creation?"
12.15 Lunch with Polish guests
14.00 Departure for Tallinn
15.30 Introduction to the Baltic - HELCOM film
15.45 Audiovisual presentation: Threats and Possible Solutions to a Common Natural Heritage
17.00 Coffee break
18.00 First Session of Issue Group Discussions
20.00 Dinner

Daily Reflection (1/2 hour) with: Bo Brander, Doctor of Theology, and Stefan Edman, Biologist and Author

Sailing to Tallinn and arrival: Tuesday 3rd June 2003

07.00-08.30 Breakfast
09.00 Plenary II: CAN DEVELOPMENT BE FAVOURABLE TO THE ENVIRONMENT?
(a) The Global Context
11.00 Coffee break
13.00 Lunch (HAH the Ecumenical Patriarch with members of the Media)
16.00 Plenary III: CAN DEVELOPMENT BE FAVOURABLE TO THE ENVIRONMENT?
(b) The Baltic Context
18.30 Buffet Dinner
19.00 Ocean Monarch docks at Tallinn's Old Port, Wharf 17
20.00 Cultural visit
21.30 Concert "Baltic Voices" at the Church of Transfiguration
Suur - Kloostri 14

On board in Tallinn: Wednesday 4th June 2003

07.00 Breakfast
09.00 Plenary IV: ENVIRONMENT AND GLOBALISATION/
Who Controls Technology & Information?
11.00 Coffee break
Press Conference
12.45 Buffet Lunch with Estonian dignitaries
15.30 Field Visit:
Environmental: Roca el Mare
18.00 Second session of issue group discussions
19.00 Vespers at St. Symeon Church
20.30 Dinner on board with Estonian Dignitaries

Tallinn - Helsinki: Thursday 5th June 2003

07.30-08.30 Breakfast
09.00 Plenary V: TREADING LIGHTLY: Understanding and Reducing the Human Footprint
10.30 Divine Liturgy, Day of Ascension in the Church of Transfiguration
Press Conference
12.35 Departure for Helsinki
16.00 Ocean Monarch docks at Katajanokka Quay, K6, Helsinki
17.00 Field Visits:
Environmental - (1) Viïkinmäki Wastewater Treatment Plant
Environmental - (2) Harakka Island Nature Centre
Cultural - Suomelinna (Sea Fortress & Tour of Helsinki)

20.00 Dinner
21.30 In Memoriam of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan

On board in Helsinki: Friday 6th June 2003

07.00-08.00 Breakfast
09.00 Plenary VI: BALTIC SOLUTIONS DEMONSTRATING ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
09.30 Welcome by HE Mrs Anneli Jäättenmäki, Prime Minister of Finland
09.45 Special Presentation of Oil Transport by HE Mr Jan-Erik Enestam, Minister for the Environment of Finland
12.00 Buffet lunch with Finnish Dignitaries
14.15 Special Presentation: HAH Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, HE Ms Margot Wallström, EU Commissioner for the Environment, to be followed by:
15.15 Press Conference
18.00 Prayers at the Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral
19.00 Ocean Monarch departs for Stockholm
19.30 Dinner
21.00 Third and Final Session of Issue Group Discussions
23.00 Archipelago: The Blessing of the Sea by the Religious Leaders

Sailing to Stockholm: Saturday 7th June 2003

07.00-08.00 Breakfast
09.00 Plenary VII: ECO-JUSTICE: Does the Western Model of Development Inherently Lead to Inequality?
10.30 Coffee break
12.30 Arrive in Stockholm
13.00 Lunch with Swedish Dignitaries on board
Greetings by the Lord Mayor of Stockholm, Mr Barry Andersson,
Mrs Anne-Christin Nykvst, The Minister of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries, and
Mr Lars-Erik Liljelund, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency
15.00 Closing Plenary at the Swedish Parliament: PRESERVING CHOICES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
Welcoming by the Speaker of the Swedish Parliament
17.00 Coffee break
17.30 Presentation of Symposium Outcomes and Religious Declaration
19.30 -21.30 Box Dinner and Evening Sightseeing Tour on Tourist Boat, Stockholm City

Stockholm, (World Ocean Day): Sunday 8th June 2003

06.00-07.00 Breakfast
08.00 Disembarkation
09.00 Worship in the Church of St Jakob (Whit Sunday)
10.30 Liturgy at the Ortgodox Metropolitan Church of St. George
Invitees depart