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  • 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...
  • 26 Feb 2015
  • Hanne Møller, Annika Nurttila, Nina Lødrup, Pernille Lundquist Madsen, Åsa Rosengren
  • Pages: 67
Findings on the state and changes in Arctic human development and wellbeing are presented. Based on our analysis and conclusions from the five case studies the framework for an ASI monitoring system is introduced. We argue that the long-term...
This study report analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the procedures which are followed when designating marine Natura 2000 sites and when deciding what fisheries management measures are to be applied. The report identifies weaknesses in the...
  • 16 Nov 2007
  • Juris Aigars, Elinor Andrén, Annemarie Clarke, Daniel Conley, Torbjørn Johnsen, Steve Juggins, Atte Korhola, Richard Telford, Sirje Vilbaste, Kaarina Weckström
  • Pages: 81
The overall aim of DEFINE is to provide a methodology to define reference conditions for nutrient concentrations in the coastal zone of the Baltic Sea. This will aid the national authorities that surround the Baltic basin in implementing the EU's...
  • 06 Mar 2013
  • Hanna-Mari Ahonen, Thiago Chagas, Darragh Conway, Mercedes Fernandez, Jelmer Hoogzaad, Suzy Huber, Juha Ollikainen, Sampo Seppänen, Suvi Viljaranta
  • Pages: 101
The global carbon market currently faces a deep demand crisis. The consequent price fall reduces the incentive to make low-carbon investments and thus increases the risk of locking in carbon-intensive infrastructure. The global carbon market relies...
  • 09 Sep 2014
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 93
Consumer flexibility is often mentioned as a solution that can contribute to improved price formation in spot markets, increase supply of system services and potentially reduce local grid investments and operation costs. This report provides input to...
The organisation for the Nordic energy regulators, NordREG, has ordered this study to explore status of demand side flexibility among Nordic distribution system operators (DSOs). Demand side response is a question of mobilising potential flexibility...
  • 22 Jun 2020
  • Andrea Skjold Frøshaug, Ulf Andreasson
  • Pages: 40
Available online: https://pub.norden.org/nord2020-035/ Abstract [en]: Almost 5,000 Nordic citizens have answered a wide range of questions relating to Nordic co-operation, climate change and democratic engagement. The results show that Nordic...
Norwegian, Finnish, Icelandic
  • 05 Aug 2019
  • Anne Raudaskoski, Torben Lenau, Tapani Jokinen, Anna Velander Gisslén, Anna-Luise Metze
  • Pages: 39
Presently most electrical/electronic equipment (EEE) is not designed for recycling, let alone for circulation. Plastics in these products account for 20% of material use, and through better design, significant environmental and financial savings...
The EU Commissions is currently review the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). Three are of special interest for the Nordic countries: auctioning of emissions allowances, simplification of the rules for small installations, and the exclusion of...
The project fase 1 has reviewed five estbablished Nordic eco-mamagement systems (EMS) for small and medium enterprises (report TN 2009/558). These systems are different and this is problematical for companies operating over the borders. The existing...
Environmental management system (EMS) based on either the ISO14001 or EMAS standards require a lot of resources (both time and money). Small and medium enterprises (SME) often prefer less formal systems because of their down-to-earth approach and...
  • 04 Sep 2006
  • David Bendz, Jacob Gudbjerg, Ole Hjelmar, Jesper Holm, Jutta Laine-Ylijoki, Håkan Rosqvist, Pascal Suèr, Margareta Wahlström
  • Pages: 164
A Nordic study has been carried out to develop a methodology for the setting of criteria for acceptance of monolithic waste at landfills in accordance with the requirements in the Council Decision 2003/33/EC, to recommend appropriate methods to test...
  • 30 May 2005
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 52
This report contains the conclusions from the project "Development of the Nordic/Baltic Market for Organic Food" in which public authorities and NGO's from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden have participated. The...
  • 20 Aug 2010
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 124
Regulatory framework surrounding transboundary movements of waste is common to EU countries and requires extensive documentation before, under and after the movements. This report contain a situation analysis and a proposed solution for the Nordic...
Since the beginning of the nineties, the total employment in Nordic manufacturing has fallen with app. 500,000 persons. In spite of this fall in the employment level, manufacturing still has considerable importance for the Nordic countries.
  • 22 Jul 2013
  • Lene Frost Andersen, Anna Edberg, Sisse Fagt, Eva Freyhult, Mats G. Gustafsson, Ulf Hammerling, Vibeke Kildegaard Knudsen, Anna Karin Lindroos, Salomon Sand, Daniel Soeria-Atmadja
  • Pages: 94
This Nordic study encompasses multivariate data analysis (MDA) of preschool Danish as well as pre- and elementary school Swedish consumers. Contrary to other counterparts the study incorporates two separate MDA varieties - Pattern discovery (PD) and...
  • 29 Aug 2014
  • Britta Eklund
  • Pages: 40
Of Europe’s approximately 6 million boats almost half are found inthe Nordic countries. In spite of the long durability of plastic boats,the problem of End of Life Boats (ELB) now starts to arise. However,the responsibilities are unclear and there is...
  • 20 Aug 2019
  • Michael Birkjær, Micah Kaats
  • Pages: 42
This report examines the relationship in the Nordic region between the well-being of young people and their consumption of social media. Is the growing use of social media by young people a problem for their personal well-being and their...
Why is it impossible to talk Swedish while queuing for a hamburger on a Friday night in Helsinki without getting into a fight, despite Swedish being an official language in Finland? The Queen of Denmark, the Government Minister, the Nobel Prize...
Finnish, Swedish
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