Outdoor air pollution is ranked as one of the ten most common causes of death around the world today. Each year, more than four million people die prematurely as a result of poor air quality. The steps that international organisations can take to speed up efforts to improve air quality and limit the global effects on health was the starting point for a three-day conference in Gothenburg.
Across the country, a review of high-value landscape is taking place as part of implementing a national strategy to provide legal protection of forests and to develop action plans for green infrastructure. These high-value landscapes are to be updated by 2018.
The webinar series runs from October until December 2017 and addresses environmental governance issues of the mining sector with case studies from Colombia, Kenya Mozambique, and Mongolia.
Nordic cooperation facing the Ministerial meeting on Environment and Health in the Czech Republic in June 2017.
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, in cooperation with the Norwegian Environment Agency, is holding an international workshop to disseminate knowledge about environmentally friendly alternative technologies.
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) organized a workshop in Kenya, May18-19 2016.
Nudging – A tool for sustainable behavior? A new report written by researchers from Lund University synthesizes knowledge about nudging.
New species are constantly being added to Sweden’s flora and fauna, and yet the country’s plant and animal life is becoming ever poorer.