S.O.S. Climate Waterfront is an interdisciplinary project consisting of 10 parts, from Portugal, Turkey, the Netherlands, Greece, Poland and Sweden. The project aims at finding strategies and methods to create sustainable infrastructure and urban planning in urban waterfronts in Europe. Intercult is representing the cultural perspective of the project. During September, Intercult had a month’s visit from Anna Ragasová and Mohammed Boubezari, who have been working with the communication of the project, which included a webpage and a communication report within the framework of the project. Anna and Mohammed were in Stockholm during a so called secondment, a working month and mobility in a partner country. Intercult previously participated in two secondments in Lisbon in March and in Gdansk in June. The project is financed with support from the Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Actions (RISE). The next stop will be Thessaloniki the 14-25 October. The month in Thessaloniki has been open for registration, and in addition to participants from other partner countries, students in architecture, urban development, environment and climate and culture will take part. Read more about the project S.O.S. Climate Waterfront on the projects’ webpage.