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The Nordic Marine Innovation conference 2014: "Blue growth in the marine industry"
Date: Oct 08, 2014 to Oct 08, 2014
The Nordic Marine Innovation conference 2014: "Blue growth in the marine industry" will summarize the Nordic Marine Innovation Programme, but also look forward to see what lays ahead for Nordic marine sector.
Nordregio Forum 2014: Nordic Bioeconomy and Regional Innovation
Date: Nov 12, 2014 to Nov 13, 2014
Nordregio, the Nordic Council of Ministers' institution for regional studies, focuses amongst other things on regional innovation and demographic challenges in the Arctic at the Nordregio Forum 2014.
The Children's Convention 25 years - how far have we come in the Nordic Region?
Date: Oct 28, 2014 to Oct 28, 2014
In 2014 the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child celebrates its 25th anniversary. All the Nordic countries have ratified the convention and work in different ways to foster children's rights. In conjunction with the Nordic Council Session in Stockholm from 28-30 October the Nordic Committee for Children and Young People, NORDBUK, is organising a seminar to highlight the work of the Children's Convention and rights of the child in the Nordic countries and Greenland. Where do we stand today, which challenges do we face in the future and what can we learn from each other in the Nordic countries? Come and listen to the knowledge and experiences and discuss with, amongst others, the Children's Ombudsmen in Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Finland, the Children Council in Denmark and MIO from Greenland. The language of the seminar will be Scandinavian and English.
Funding co-operation: Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference
Date: Nov 26, 2014 to Nov 27, 2014
The launch of a cross-national co-operation for 2014-2020 is on the programme this autumn. We want to look more closely at the results achieved and explore future funding opportunities during the "Interref Baltic Sea Region Programme" conference.
The bio-economic spring is here!
Date: Sep 24, 2014 to Sep 24, 2014
The Research Council and Innovation Norway invite to a conference about the opportunities in bio-economy.
Meeting of Senior Officials for Health and Social Affairs
Date: Feb 26, 2014 to Feb 26, 2014
Workshop on Realizing the Bioeconomy in the Baltic Sea Region
Date: Sep 18, 2014 to Sep 19, 2014
Lunch to lunch
Nordic Committee for Children and Young People (NORDBUK)
Date: May 20, 2014 to May 20, 2014
ScanBalt Forum 2014 Active and Healthy Ageing
Date: Oct 08, 2014 to Oct 10, 2014
ScanBalt Business Club Event
Baltic Development Forum (BDF)
Date: Jun 03, 2014 to Jun 04, 2014
The joint 16th Baltic Development Forum Summit and 5th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR, themed “Growing together”, will explore how co-operation can help strengthen economic growth, contribute to sustainable development, and create a strong and integrated Baltic Sea Region.
Nordtic – Innovation in the Nordic and Arctic Bioeconomy
Date: Jun 25, 2014
The Icelandic Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers 2014 aims to give bioeconomy (NordBio) a key role in Nordic co-operation. The primary objective for NordBio is to strengthen Nordic Bioeconomy by optimising the use of biological resources, minimising waste and stimulating innovation.
Meeting of the Environment and Natural Resources Committee, 22 January 2014 in Copenhagen
Date: Jan 22, 2014 to Jan 22, 2014
The meeting starts with a joint meeting with the Business and Industry Committee
Workshop: Cows are not cars – how to best limit greenhouse gases and air pollution from food production?
Date: Nov 15, 2013 to Nov 16, 2013
Agriculture contributes to emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse gases. It is both reasonable and necessary to decrease these emissions if we are serious about protecting our ecosystems from eutrophication and acidification, breathing cleaner air and mitigating climate change. But you cannot ignore the fact that cows are not cars. End-of-pipe solutions also have their limitations in other sectors, but in food production they are even more evident. We will have to think structurally. We intend to bring together people from different disciplines and backgrounds (researchers, farmers, civil servants, politicians and individuals) who care about this issue for a two-day workshop. The workshop will begin with a couple of short presentations (historical context, present emissions, existing approaches), but plenty of the time will be devoted to creating a common understanding of the challenge in order to identify areas for actions. Our focus will be on what should be done in the Nordic countries, without forgetting the global perspective.
Climate and Air Quality Group meeting
Date: Dec 03, 2013 to Dec 03, 2013
Side event COP19 Reducing emissions and growing the economy - the Nordic way
Date: Nov 15, 2013 to Nov 15, 2013
The Nordic countries are often seen as green in respect of both a good environment and reduction of Greenhouse Gas emissions. During the last decades, the Nordic countries have implemented ambitious energy and climate policies. At the same time, economic growth has been relatively strong - even through the current economic crisis. How has this been possible? What policies have been the most effective? Can these policies be implemented in other countries? Within the framework of the Open Climate Network, think tanks from Sweden, Norway and Denmark present a report highlighting some of the more efficient climate policies from the Nordic countries. Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives 2013 will show how the Nordic region can achieve a carbon-neutral energy and transport system in 2050. It is the first ever regional edition of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) renowned global publication Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP).
Better school results for those born abroad - a Nordic perspective
Date: Nov 15, 2013 to Nov 15, 2013
A Nordic research project is being conducted under the auspices of NordForsk on how to improve school results for pupils born abroad and those with a foreign background. Researchers come to Stockholm to share what they have discovered so far, followed by comments from the National Agency for Education and a debate with, amongst others, Ibrahim Baylan and Anna-Karin Hedenskog, Rector of the mother tongue division in Malmö.