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The European regulation on chemicals, REACH, introduces new information obligations for articles that contain substances of very high concern (SVHC). For such articles, producers and importers have substantial information obligations, triggered by a...
  • 17 Sep 2014
  • Arild Angelsen, Angelica Mendoza Beltrán, Michel Den Elzen, Caroline Wang Gierløff
  • Pages: 102
How can REDD credits be included in a future global carbon market, and what are the impacts of inclusion? We analyze ten different scenarios through 2020, varying the global emission caps and the REDD rules. An inclusion of REDD credits without any...
  • 25 Jan 2006
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 46
Den 21. Nordiske Rusmiddelkonference blev holdt fra den 31. august til den 2. september 2005 i København. Konferencen samlede nordiske eks-perter, praktikere, planlæggere og beslutningstagerne inden for alkohol- og rusmiddelområdet. Rapporten...
  • 20 Nov 2012
  • Ása L. Aradóttir, Anna Maria Fosaa, Dagmar Hagen, Guðmundur Halldórsson, Christer Nilsson, Karsten Raulund-Rasmussen, Astrid Brekke Skrindo, Kristín Svavarsdóttir, Anne Tolvanen
  • Pages: 65
The ReNo network has consolidated knowledge on ecological restoration work in the Nordic region and facilitated exchange of this knowledge within and between the Nordic countries. Scientific papers, reports on the status of restoration, guidebooks on...
The demographic trends and financial constraints in the Nordic countries, and all over Europe, are posing challenges, especially in the health care sectors. The rising number of elderly with 'new' diseases, as well as new technology and inventions,...
  • 05 May 2014
  • Nguyen Ngoc Duy, Hans Ellefsen, Ola Flaaten, Jónas Hallgrimsson, Cecilia Hammarlund, Øystein Hermansen, John R. Isaksen, Frank Jensen, Marko Lindroos, Max Nielsen, Anton Paulrud, Fredrik Salenius, Daniel Schütt, Staffan Waldo
  • Pages: 166
Few doubt the impact from human activities on global warming and the negative consequences of rising temperatures for both terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Efficient policy instruments are needed to change the development. This report uses...
Available online: https://pub.norden.org/temanord2020-506/ Abstract [en]: The Arctic is undergoing rapid climate change, and the shrinking sea ice opens up possibilities of exploring more of the Arctic Ocean for economic development, including new...
An overarching conclusion of Nordic Marina’s work in the past three years reveals that the global, and indeed the Nordic shipping and maritime industries, are already boldly moving ahead with regard to emissions reduction, boasting numerous...
  • 17 Mar 2006
  • Jesper H. Andersen, Karsten Dahl, Ole Schou Hansen, Alf B. Josefsson, Jan Karlsson, Lars-Ove Loo, Jan Magnusson, Frithjof Moy, Per Nilsson, Jens Kjerulf Petersen
  • Pages: 138
Development of a methodological approach to define and characterise type areas of selected elements of the ecosystems in the open parts of the Skagerrak and Kattegat. The selected elements are aquatic vegetation on hard substrate and macrozoobenthos....
  • 15 Sep 2011
  • Annegrete Bruvoll, John Magne Skjelvik, Haakon Vennemo
  • Pages: 170
Reforming environmentally harmful subsidies: How to counteract distributional impacts The report discusses the theoretical principles for an efficient environmental and distribution policy and offers a comprehensive survey of experiences from policy...
  • 02 Apr 2019
  • Ing. A. Hafner, C.H. Gabrielii, K. Widell
  • Pages: 77
Fishing vessels can be equipped with energy efficient refrigeration technology applying natural working fluids. Ammonia refrigeration systems have been the first choice, but CO2 units have also become increasingly common in the maritime sector in the...
  • 25 Feb 2019
  • Jukka Teräs, Alberto Giacometti
  • Pages: 94
How capable are local and regional economies of recovering from global and local shocks and threats and ensure resilient long-term development paths? Answering this question was the challenge of the Nordic Thematic Group on Innovative and Resilient...
  • 24 Oct 2016
  • Hans Henrik Lindboe, Björn Hagman, Jesper Færch Christensen
  • Pages: 123
Do current electricity market designs ensure a sufficient electricity supply at all times? This topic is currently the subject of intense debate across Europe, and several major countries such as Germany, the UK, France and Italy have decided that...
  • 15 Jun 2017
  • Nordic Council of Ministers
  • Pages: 150
Due to the media’s normative power to reflect daily life and to shape our understanding of gender, media plays a vital role in constructing – or deconstructing – gender equality. In modern societies, the advertising industry plays a major role in the...
The Nordic NanoNet Workshop and EDC discussion was organised in October 2011 in Espoo, Finland as part of the 2011 Finnish chairmanship of the Nordic Council of Ministers (NMR). The workshop focused on the safety assessment and management of...
This study is mapping the most significant challenges and obstacles for a reinforced Nordic cooperation on data resources. Focus is put on existing national databases and registers established mainly for administrative purposes but also the question...
The European Union emissions trading scheme (EU ETS) has rea-ched the end of the first phase (2005 to 2007) and the market has moved on to the next phase, which runs from 2008 to 2012. This report is divided into two main parts. The part first looks...
  • 19 Dec 2016
  • Peter Bode Nielsen, Morten Hørmann, Jakob Nymann Rud, Frederik Møller Laugesen
  • Pages: 39
How to shift to renewable energy systems in sparsely populated areas? This guide provides tools for initiative takers and planners, to explore the potential in local resources and provide sustainable electricity and heating for the community. The...
This report aims at exploring legal requirements to include environmental information in annual reports as an important driver for companies' focus on environmental matters and to identify ways of improving companies' reporting of environmental...
  • 23 Apr 2015
  • Karina Nielsen, Joshua Lackmaker, Marja Känsälä, Eveliina Saari, Kerstin Isaksson, Morten B. Nielsen
  • Pages: 138
The main objective of the report is to review the international, quantitative literature on the effects of individual, task, social, group, leader and organizational factors on both employee well-being and performance at work.
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