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NordMiljø - Screening studies on emerging pollutants
There are approximately 100.000 different chemical substances in use within the EU. We know that some of the chemicals on the market are hazardous and pose a risk to the environment. Such known hazardous chemicals are, to a large extent, regulated and included in national monitoring programs in the Nordic countries.
A push towards flexible electricity consumption
The joint Nordic electricity market is vital in securing the balance between electricity production and demand in the region. The supply side is already well integrated through the Nordpool system. The Nordic Prime Ministers now want to focus on the market’s demand side by promoting more flexible electricity consumption, making the Nordic region leading in the EU, also in this field.
Leading the world to greener economies
Taking the world lead in green growth requires the Nordic countries to cooperate, be cost effective and develop innovative environmental technologies that can be exported to the rest of the world. The joint Nordic green growth project is based on eight priorities, defined by a special task force set up by the Nordic prime ministers.
“Cool” festival underlines common Nordic potential
Michael Funch
The Nordic Cool festival in Washington D.C. is one of the biggest events ever done jointly by the Nordic countries abroad. Here The Nordic Council of Ministers and the five Nordic ambassadors involved in the project sum up what the festival has achieved.
Norden er cool
Blogginnlegg 18/04/2013
Reflexioner kring det nordiska försvarssamarbetet
Jan-Erik Enestam
Artikel i Nordisk Tidskrift 1/13
Anvendt kunnskap til nordisk nytte
Blogginnlegg 04/04/2013
Nordens ambassader på de sociale medier
Her finder du oplysninger om hvordan du kan kontakte de nordiske landes ambassader i Norden på nettet og via de sociale medier.
Kronikk: Den nordiske supermodel får nye kræfter
Manu Sareen, Bertel Haarder
- Vi skal udnytte det fulde potentiale i det nordiske fællesskab. I dag sætter vi punktum i en historisk aftale, der forpligter Danmark til at arbejde målrettet for at sikre den frie bevægelighed i Norden.
Nordic Cool
Jan-Erik Enestam
Kolumni Salon Seudun Sanomassa, 3 maaliskuuta 2013
Reflection on Nordic Co-operation, Past and Present
Jan-Erik Enestam
The Baltic Forum on Regional Co-operation Thessaloniki, Greece, 7- 9 February 2013
Play provocerar – om hudfärg på film
Seminarium om filmen som vann Nordiska rådets filmpris: Play. Med diskussion om hur människor framställs på film utifrån hudfärg och etnicitet.
Koulukiista tanskalaisittain
Jan-Erik Enestam
Kolumn i Salon Seudun Sanomat, 16/4-2013
Jan-Erik Enestam
Kolumni Salon Seudun Sanomassa, 30 marraskuuta 2012
Dette er en artikel fra Hallo Nordens nyhedsbrev 3/2012.
Conference: Discussing financial possibilities for Cultural and Creative Industries in the Northern Dimension Area, Warsaw, 4.- 5. dec.
The cultural and creative industries (CCI) in the Northern Dimension area have an impressive capacity for growth, so important in a time of economic downturn. This conference will highlight the sustainable growth potential in the cultural and creative industries and seek to bridge the gap between the industry, policymakers and potential investors.
Drop by Drop - om världens vatten
Caroline Jonsson
Utställningen Drop by Drop visas i samband med World Water Week i Stockholm 27-30 augusti.
Politicians can’t save the environment
Peter Bjerregaard
The Rio+20 summit will accentuate the management crisis that characterizes international environmental corporation. Politicians probably won’t agree on anything substantial. Instead, new networks – spearheaded by companies, NGOs and cities – will set the agenda for the future.
The Green Economy – A Panacea?
Johnny Åkerholm
Most people are prepared to express their support for the green economy. Some would also see the green economy as a vehicle for achieving other social and economic targets. At the same time, one cannot note any strong expansion of the green economy, at least not globally. Why such a discrepancy, and what could be done to reduce it? This is a wide subject, and I will only discuss some economic and financial aspects.
Greenland will speak the case of the indigenous peoples at RIO+20
Kuupik Kleist
There are very few places in the world where the indigenous peoples can control their own lives. It is therefore important that the measures agreed upon by the world's nations at RIO+20 respect the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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