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  • 27 Nov 2018
  • Jon Erik Dølvik, Johan Røed Steen
  • Pages: 87
The Nordic future of work How will work and working life in the Nordic countries change in the future? This is the question to be addressed in the project The Future of Work: Opportunities and Challenges for the Nordic Models. This initial report...
  • 20 Nov 2018
  • Jørgen Fenhann, Susanne Konrad, Per Harry Wretlind, Sofia Kazmi Høgsbro, Philip Drost
  • Pages: 52
If the Paris Agreement is to be implemented successfully, it is crucial that all actors step up their actions, including non-state actors such as businesses, cities, regions and investors. Transparency is crucial but still largely missing from the...
  • 15 Nov 2018
  • Jakob Dybdal Christensen, Jens Therkelsen, Ivo Georgiev, Henrik Sand
  • Pages: 52
The Nordic region attracts an increasing level of significant investments in new data centres. This seems to be no coincidence as the Nordics scores comparatively higher on factors such as “Reliable power supply”, “Low energy prices”, “Political...
  • 13 Nov 2018
  • Lauri Tammiste, Helen Poltimäe, Piret Kuldna, Tiit Kallaste, Kerli Kirsimaa, Olavi Grünvald, Kalle Kuusk
  • Pages: 87
This technical analysis for the Nordic Green to Scale for countries report was commissioned to Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Tallinn Centre. The project zooms in on two regions: the Baltic States, Poland and Ukraine in Europe; and Kenya and...
  • 29 Oct 2018
  • Janne Fritt-Rasmussen, Susse Wegeberg, Kim Gustavson, Kristin Rist Sørheim, Per S. Jørgensen, Kirsten Daling, Ossi Tonteri, Jens Peter Holst-Andersen
  • Pages: 89
Shipping activities across the Artic are expected to increase with decreasing sea ice cover, thus increasing the risk of oil spills. Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO, a mixture of residual fuel and distillate diluent) is often used as fuel in marine vessels as it...
  • 29 Oct 2018
  • Martin Hassellöv, Therese Karlsson, Karin Mattsson, Kerstin Magnusson, Jakob Strand, Robin Lenz, Bert van Bavel, David Pettersson Eidsvoll
  • Pages: 67
Microlitter consists of minute particles of anthropogenic or processed natural material. The project brings together research groups to conduct specific case studies in gradients from near urban sources such as the traffic environment and cities to...
Nordic Green to Scale for countries zooms in on two regions: Kenya and Ethiopia in East Africa and the Baltic States, Poland and Ukraine in Europe. This report presents the emission reduction potential of 10 selected solutions for the African target...
  • 11 Oct 2018
  • Steffen Brøgger-Jensen, Simon Laursen Bager, Jesper Karup Pedersen, Michael Munk Sørensen
  • Pages: 101
Is it posible linking biodiversity to macro economic models, thereby increasing our understanding of how economic activities affect biodiversity – et vice versa? It is the key question that this report aims at answering on the basis of existing...
  • 04 Oct 2018
  • Max Nielsen, Ayoe Hoff, Rasmus Nielsen, Peder Andersen, Staffan Waldo, Cecilia Hammarlund, Daði Már Kristófersson, Hordur Sævaldsson, Jarno Virtanen, Jari Setälä, Kristin Roll, Frank Asche, Heri á Rógvi, Hans Ellefsen
  • Pages: 189
Fishery policies are broadly debated in the Nordic countries, focusing on balancing biological concern of fish stocks, economic return to society and coastal communities’ interests. Market Based Fisheries Management is used in several Nordic...
  • 04 Oct 2018
  • Jeppe Høst, Jens Christiansen
  • Pages: 104
Nordic fisheries at a crossroad explores how Nordic small-scale fisheries can develop to promote high value creation and product specialization. By looking at recent developments among small-scale but land-based food producers we suggest...
  • 04 Oct 2018
  • North Atlantic Fisheries Intelligence Group
  • Pages: 93
Secrecy, or the ability to keep ones identity hidden behind a corporate veil, is a key facilitator of fisheries crime, includingtax crime and other ancillary crimes in the fisheries sector. Secrecy means that investigators “don’t know what they don’t...
  • 04 Oct 2018
  • Jeppe Høst, Jens Christiansen
  • Pages: 126
In the last decades Nordic countries have been implementing quota markets and similar instruments to manage mainly the economic performance of their fisheries. Coming from a historical situation dominated by owner-operated fishing units closely...
  • 01 Oct 2018
  • Sergey Kakareka, Hanna Malchykhina, Olga Krukowskaya, Katarina Yaramenka, Karin Kindbom, Ingrid Mawdsley, Stefan Åstrom, Ole-Kenneth Nielsen, Marlene Plejdrup, Jesper Bak, Kristina Saarinen, Mikko Savolahti
  • Pages: 110
The overall goal of the project is to stimulate decision-makers in Belarus to prioritize abatement measures aimed at black carbon in their efforts to reduce emissions of PM2.5, as encouraged in the Gothenburg protocol under the UNECE CLRTAP. To reach...
  • 25 Sep 2018
  • Jakob Nymann Rud, Morten Hørmann, Vibeke Hammervold, Ragnar Ásmundsson, Ivo Georgiev, Gillian Dyer, Simon Brøndum Andersen, Jes Erik Jessen, Pia Kvorning, Meta Reimer Brødsted
  • Pages: 82
This project explores the energy systems and their development towards 2035 in the West Nordic areas and the Arctic. The objective of the project was to contribute to a knowledge base that can be shared and used in developing a sustainable and...
  • 25 Sep 2018
  • Jakob Nymann Rud, Morten Hørmann, Vibeke Hammervold, Ragnar Ásmundsson, Ivo Georgiev, Gillian Dyer, Simon Brøndum Andersen, Jes Erik Jessen, Pia Kvorning, Meta Reimer Brødsted
  • Pages: 106
This project explores the energy systems and their development towards 2035 in the West Nordic areas and the Arctic. The objective of the project was to contribute to a knowledge base that can be shared and used in developing a sustainable and...
  • 30 Aug 2018
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 163
Endocrine disruptors (EDs) are substances that adversely affect hormone function. The effects by EDs are thought to depend on both dose and timing of exposure, especially during foetal development. The upcoming EU regulation on identification of EDs,...
  • 27 Aug 2018
  • Inge Tetens, Hanna Eneroth, Helle Margrete Meltzer, Simon Rønnow Schacht, Inga Thorsdottir, Liisa Valsta
  • Pages: 53
This report summarizes a Nordic symposium on the current use and challenges in applying a dual risk assessment approach in the setting of nutrition recommendations. The symposium is timed with respect to the forthcoming update of the Nordic Nutrition...
  • 21 Aug 2018
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 88
Air pollution is a global threat that requires international collaboration and coordinated actions for its solution. Several international organisations have highlighted the problem and are taking action. In order to meet future challenges and...
  • 16 Aug 2018
  • Øyvind Dahl, Stine Skaufel Kilskar, Kari Skarholt, Ragnar Rosness
  • Pages: 137
Alle arbeidstilsyn i Norden arbeider ut fra en uttalt risikobasert tilnærming. For å nå denne målsetningen er det nødvendig med en metodikk som er i stand til å identifisere risikoutsatte virksomheter, næringer og arbeidstakere. Per i dag er det stor...
  • 10 Aug 2018
  • David Reimer, Bent Sortkear, Magnus Oskarsson, Trude Nilsen, Maria Rasmusson, Kari Nissinen
  • Pages: 219
The results from PISA 2015 and TIMSS 2015 were published in November and December 2016. All the Nordic countries participated in PISA. Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden participated in TIMSS grade 4 and Norway and Sweden participated in TIMSS grade...
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