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  • 08 Jul 2019
  • Ellen Dröfn Gunnarsdóttir, Kristín Erla Harðardóttir, Gestur Gudmundsson
  • Pages: 46
Nabo is a project launched under the Swedish presidency in the Nordic Council of Ministers 2018. The project is run by the Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society over the period 2018-2020 and seeks to make the youth perspective visible through...
This report is a product of a conference held in Iceland in the spring of 2005. More than 100 people from the five Nordic countries, Faeroe Islands, Greenland, Latvia, Lithuania, Scotland and Canada, participated in the conference discussing national...
  • 12 Jun 2013
  • Sanna Ahvenharju, Patrick Brink, Marika Bröckl, Leonardo Mazza, Tiina Pursula
  • Pages: 104
The report reviews different international approaches for natural capital accounting. The five approaches reviewed are attempts to help create an improved evidence base on the links between biodiversity and ecosystems on the one hand and economic and...
  • 22 May 2013
  • Mette Aaskov Knudsen, Poul Hjulmann Seidler
  • Pages: 169
This TEMA-Nord report is a result of a one-year project with all of the Nordic countries participating. The primary goal of the project has been to collect, develop and mediate a series of good examples of how nature interpretation, aimed at children...
  • 27 Apr 2020
  • Eva Sandberg, Torfinn Rohde, Riitta Nykänen, Niklas Cserhalmi, Brita Homleid Lohne, Klas Sandell, Lasse Edlev, Benny Sætermo, Tomas Carlsson, Ole Sørensen, Kjersti Hanssen, Live Solbrækken Danielsen, Lena Fagerwing, Thomas Larsen Schmidt, Mette Aaskov Knudsen, Lars Hallgren, Johnny Skjoldborg Krog, Marianne Graversen, Linda Thelin, Tine Nord Raahauge, Jakob Walløe Hansen, Simon Høegmark, Adil Sadiku, Kajsa Grebäck, Anna Kettunen, Silja Sarkkinen, Sanna Koskinen, Maria Salin
  • Pages: 288
Nature interpretation in the Nordic countries is a book about communication between nature interpreters and their participants in our landscapes. It's about first hand experiences of nature and the importance of to paying attention to what is...
  • 30 May 2017
  • Kati Pitkänen, Joose Oratuomi, Daniela Hellgren, Eeva Furman, Sandra Gentin, Eva Sandberg, Hogne Øian, Olve Krange
  • Pages: 112
Increased attention to, and careful planning of the integration of migrants into Nordic societies is ever more important. Nature based integration is a new solution to respond to this need. This report presents the results of a Nordic survey 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,...
  • 29 Jan 2008
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 25
This report presents an update of the findings of the TemaNord2006:516. The original report showed that phase I allocation plans can distort competition between fuels, technologies and member states. This update shows that there is little evidence of...
  • 01 Jul 2019
  • Mette Lykke Nielsen, Louise Yung Nielsen, K.A. Holte, Åsa Andersson, Gudmundur A. Gudmundsson, Thamar Melanie Heijstra, Johnny Dyreborg
  • Pages: 201
Changes in the labor marked globally and in the Nordic countries involve new forms of work and atypical employment among young workers. A significant proportion of young workers are in temporary positions, working irregular working hours, and...
  • 09 Apr 2019
  • Anine Hagemann, Isabel Bramsen
  • Pages: 55
For a long time, the Nordic countries have been a region of peace, with the ability to resolve conflicts peacefully among themselves, and a region for peace, actively promoting peace globally. Although efforts to actively brand the Nordic region are...
  • 09 Jan 2015
  • Rune Halvorsen, Bjørn Hvinden
  • Pages: 161
This report examines changes over time among young adults who have experienced particular difficulties in achieving and retaining paid work in the ordinary labour market: youth with family background from non-Nordic countries and youth with...
NordMin started in 2013 as a project under the auspices of the Nordic Council of Ministers with the aim to strengthen Nordic collaboration for a sustainable Mining and Minerals industry in the Nordic countries. NordMin was initiated by the Swedish...
  • 03 May 2019
  • Kasper Mogensen, Troels Fjordbak, Lovisa Blomqvist
  • Pages: 39
The NordCrawl2 project was done for the Nordic Nordsyn cooperation, sponsored by the Nordic Council of Ministers. Within this project the webcrawling Nordcrawl-tool was developed for market surveillance - to find missing labels and products not...
  • 06 Oct 2016
  • Svein Ø. Solberg, Ragnar Johannson, Birgir Örn Smárason, Jan Erik Lindberg, Gunnar Lindberg, Jukka Teräs, Gert Poulsen, Joanna Przedrzymirska, Grażyna Pazikowska Sapota, Malene Lihme Olsen, Hilary Karlson, Morten Gylling, Marie Trydeman Knudsen, Theodora Dorca-Preda, John E. Hermansen, Zanda Kruklite, Inga Berzina
  • Pages: 133
Within agri- and aquaculture, a specific bioeconomy challenge – and a bioeconomy opportunity – has been identified concerning sustainable protein supply for livestock production and fish farming. Today, imported soy products are by far the most...
  • 24 Jan 2018
  • Anna Kortesoja, Marika Bröckl, Håkan Jönsson, Venla Kontiokari, Mikko Halonen
  • Pages: 85
The working group on Sustainable Consumption and Production, under the Nordic Council of Ministers requested consultants from Gaia to identify and write out best Nordic practice cases of sustainable consumption and production to be shared...
  • 07 Nov 2016
  • Marika Bröckl, Mikko Halonen, Anna Hillgrén, Laura Descombes, Venla Kontiokari
  • Pages: 128
The working group on Sustainable Consumption and Production, under the Nordic Council of Ministers requested consultants from Gaia to identify and write out best Nordic practice cases of sustainable consumption and production to be shared...
  • 23 Nov 2010
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 69
We all depend on biodiversity, but we must make biodiversity relevant to people. The long-term loss of nature and biodiversity is, however, not as easily translated into clear messages, let alone economic opportunities, as are measures to tackle...
  • 19 Aug 2005
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 66
Biochemical indicators of dietary nutrient intake are called biomarkers. They are used in clinical settings to assess deficiency or excess of nutrients like iron, iodine, vitamin C and D. In nutritional epidemiology biomarkers are used to classify...
  • 03 Nov 2005
  • Olof Olsson, Maria Thorell, Elisabeth Undén
  • Pages: 143
The UNESCO biosphere reserve concept is recommended as a working tool for sustainable development and the preservation of biodiversity. In this report experience of the concept from six countries in the Nordic and Baltic countries are compiled,...
  • 02 Mar 2011
  • C. Lindblad, D. Nævdal, K. O'Brien, A. Olsson, S. Tikkanen, O. Uldum, I. Aarestad
  • Pages: 121
How can natural and cultural values be a resource for sustainable development? That is the question the Nordic Blue Parks project has tried to answer by providing case-studies of regional and local success stories, thereby assessing the possible...
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