Cultural sustainability appears in the public policy discourse. For example, The Sustainable Development Strategy of Latvia until 2030 (Latvia 2030, available also in English) is based on the concept of ‘capitals’, integrating sustainable development principles, culture heritage and creativity, the ability to cooperate and to something jointly being part of these principles.
An evident example is the programme of Latvia’s centenary stating that sustainability of the state is dependent on the participation of individuals and communities in the development of national identity, consolidation of the society and related activities. The programme was designed by Latvian citizens and many activities directly involve individuals too.
Cultural sustainability is also manifested in some of the cultural activities, mainly in international cultural projects. There are not a lot of other programmes aimed at facilitating cultural sustainability.