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  • 19 Jan 2017
  • Birgir Johannesson, Thorsteinn Ingi Sigfusson, Hjalti Franzson, Ögmundur Erlendsson, Björn S. Harðarson, Eythor Rafn Thorhallsson, Arni B. Arnason, Kamal Azrague, Marianne Rose Kjendseth Wiik, Sirje Vares, Anna Kronlöf, Pertti Koskinen, Tapio Vehmas
  • Pages: 175
The GREENBAS project is about the feasibility of producing continuous basalt fibres from Icelandic basalt. The project was made possible with support from NordMin, with the aim to develop the Nordic mining and mineral industry.Geological...
  • 02 Jun 2016
  • David Watson, Sandra Roos, Pia Bruun Poulsen, Anders Schmidt, Cecilia Askham
  • Pages: 155
Nordic consumers purchase 365 000 tonnes of new clothing and home textiles each year. After food, housing and mobility, textiles is our consumption area that causes most environmental impacts. Reusing and recycling used textiles can offset some of...
One of the Nordic Council of Ministers' long-term goals is to support the Nordic countries to mainstream a gender equality perspective into the national budget and budgetary process. A further aim is to ensure that this perspective is given...
  • 19 Apr 2016
  • Kathrine Bjerg Bennike, Stine Thidemann Faber, Helene Pristed Nielsen
  • Pages: 50
During the Danish Presidency for the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2015, attention was drawn towards challenges and best practice examples in relation to gender, education and population flows in peripheral areas throughout the Nordic countries -...
  • 27 Aug 2007
  • Teija Aho, Geir Dahle, Johan Dannewitz, Ann-Britt Florin, Mikko Heino, Torild Johansen, Torbjörn Järvi, Eydfinn Magnussen, Juha Merilä, Einar Nielsen, Erik Petersson, Skúli Skúlason
  • Pages: 53
This report summarizes talks, discussions and conclusions from a multi-disciplinary workshop on genetic consequences of fisheries and fisheries management held in Rönne, Bornholm in October 2006. The workshop was intended for fishermen, scientists,...
  • 20 May 2019
  • Henrik Sparholt, Bjarte Bogstad, Villy Christensen, Jeremy Collie, Rob van Gemert, Ray Hilborn, Jan Horbowy, Daniel Howell, Michael C. Melnychuk, Søren Anker Pedersen, Claus Reedtz Sparrevohn, Gunnar Stefansson, Petur Steingrund
  • Pages: 34
Global fisheries catches can be increased in a sustainable way after rebuilding of fish populations, if ecosystem functioning is considered. A central biological reference point for fisheries management, Fmsy, the fishing pressure that gives the...
  • 28 Apr 2014
  • Sarah Cornell, Tim Daw, Thomas Elmqvist, Fredrik Moberg, Albert Norström, Åsa Persson, Garry Peterson, Johan Rockström, Maria Schultz, Ellika Hermansson Török, Marcus C. Öhman
  • Pages: 86
The development of a Post-2015 agenda and Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, provide a global window of opportunity to address both social needs and environmental challenges together. This discussion paper by the Stockholm Resilience Centre looks...
There is increasing public, media and policy interest in the concepts of carbon footprints and the emissions associated with international trade. Many wonder if our growing consumption of imported products offsets our gains in climate policy. A...
Emissions and resources are typically allocated to national territories. There has been increased interest in allocating environmental flows to the final consumption of goods and services.
  • 29 Nov 2005
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 84
Epidemiological and intervention studies have increased both public and expert awareness of the possible importance of blood sugar regulation and the varying glycemic index of foods in the etiology and treatment of chronic diseases. Generally a low...
  • 23 Apr 2015
  • Hans Yngvar Torvatn, Ole Henning Sørensen, Heli Talja, Birgitta Eriksen
  • Pages: 211
The project identified good Nordic management practices by analysing Nordic research on management, working conditions, and productivity. The project identified 2760 publications combining these topics and analysed in detail 38 core publications...
  • 08 Mar 2019
  • Linda Randall, Anna Berlina
  • Pages: 78
This in-depth study, Governing the digital transition in Nordic regions: The human element, conducted by Nordregio on behalf of the Nordic thematic group for innovative and resilient regions 2017–2020, explored digitalisation in Nordic regions by...
The coastal and archipelago areas in the Baltic Sea are popular destinations for a number of tourists. An important group of tourists is boaters, who visit the coastal areas during a short summer period. Boat owners are sometimes pictured as having a...
  • 23 Jul 2004
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 129
The emissions of greenhouse gas from international aviation are growing rapidly. According to figures from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change the emissions from international aviation has increased by 48% in the period...
  • 09 Mar 2016
  • Bjørn Bauer, Rikke Fischer-Bogason, Luitzen de Boer, Timo Kivistö, Sigurd Vildåsen
  • Pages: 175
The purpose of this study was to clear out how Green Public Procurement has been realized in state framework contracts in the Nordic countries, to propose country-specific ways to improve the situation, and to draw a general model of efficient ways...
  • 01 Jun 2011
  • Annegrete Bruvoll, Karin Ibenholt, John Magne Skjelvik
  • Pages: 171
After the recent financial and economic crisis, greening the economy has become a major focus for international and national discussions: How to combine forceful and effective action to meet climate change and other environmental challenges with...
Consumers should be able to assume that products are safe. A market surveillance monitoring system that takes into account diverse criteria for safe consumer products is essential in improving consumer confidence and the well being of citizens. A...
  • 13 Jun 2011
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 61
These guidelines have been formulated as part of the project ”Nordic co-operation between representatives of the sector and food safety inspectors in order to simplify the food safety control of artisan cheese-making”, also known as ”Nordost”...
Por primera vez se reúnen en un mismo documento las soluciones de política alimentaria más innovadoras de la región nórdica. Este Menú de Soluciones abarca nutrición, cultura e identidad alimentarias, comida y alimentación públicas, desperdicio de...
  • 24 Apr 2018
  • Ursula Zinko, Johanna Ersborg, Ulrika Jansson, Ida Pettersson, Anders Thylén, Rasmus Vincentz
  • Pages: 62
Grön infrastruktur i urbana miljöer är en högaktuell fråga i de nordiska länderna eftersom den höga urbaniseringstakten innebär att allt mer naturmark tas i anspråk för byggnationer och infrastruktur i form av till exempel vägar. Vid planering av ny...
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