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Nordens dag Almedalen: Nordic energy cooperation – what’s the next step?
Dato: 04.07.2016 til 04.07.2016
The International Energy Agency have shown that the Nordic economies are 25 years ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to energy production and CO2 emissions. Will the Nordic Energy cooperation continue to contribute to the Nordic industries efforts to commit to the 2 degree goal?
Nordens dag i Almedalen: Tyskland, Sverige och Norden - hur ska nyanlända få varaktiga jobb?
Dato: 04.07.2016 til 04.07.2016
Tillsammans med Tyska ambassaden och Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung arrangerar Norden i Fokus två seminarier under Almedalsveckan 2016. I fokus står frågan om vilka åtgärder som är bäst lämpade för att öka den varaktiga sysselsättningen bland nyanlända utrikes födda. Hur kan vägen från krishantering till integration på arbetsmarknaderna i Tyskland, Sverige och övriga Norden se ut?
Nordic Built Cities Benchmarking Forum
Dato: 15.06.2016 til 30.12.2020
Nordic Built Cities Benchmarking Forum gir unik innsikt i hvordan de ulike nordiske byene har løst noen av de største urbane utfordringene vi har i Norden.
Utvalget for vekst og utvikling i Norden
Dato: 19.04.2016 til 19.04.2016
Utvalget for vekst og utvikling i Norden avholder sitt aprilmøte i Oslo.
Utvalget for et bærekraftig Norden
Dato: 19.04.2016 til 19.04.2016
Utvalget for et bærekraftig Norden avholder sitt aprilmøte i Oslo.
Presidiets aprilmøte
Dato: 19.04.2016 til 19.04.2016
Presidiet avholder sitt aprilmøte i Oslo.
Launch of "Nordic Statement on Innovative Climate Finance"
Dato: 08.12.2015 til 08.12.2015
International climate finance is crucial in order to support the global transition to a low-carbon and climate resilient sustainable development. Public finance plays a key role, especially to support vulnerable countries with limited institutional capacity but governments cannot achieve this transition alone. The private sector is integral to develop innovative climate finance solutions in the fight against climate change.
Indigenous peoples of the Arctic and Climate Change
Dato: 07.12.2015 til 07.12.2015
The Arctic region is the nexus of climate change in the North. Climate change is already having visible effects on peoples living in this region, as well as their livelihoods. An increase of the global average temperature by 2 degrees Celsius could lead to an increase by more than six degrees in the Arctic region, threatening to destabilize the lifestyles of indigenous populations in the region within a generation. This side event will discuss these climate related impacts, places to work together and the role of youth in the future of the north.
How can Rudolf help the climate - and not only Santa? And why are Northern boreal forests as important as rain forests?
Dato: 30.11.2015 til 30.11.2015
Nordic research shows that: -Reindeer maintain the albedo by eating and trampling vegetation. More vegetation will make the Tundra darker, as brush and trees protrude out of the snow, and thus reducing the albedo. -The Boreal ecosystem bind carbon, in the ground and in the trees. In addition, the trees emit hydrocarbons that will lead to particle formation. This is part of the reason why the Boreal forests at Northern high latitudes are equally important as the rain forests in a climate perspective.
Bærekraftig endring – Nordiske erfaringer med NAMA-er som byggesteiner for INDC-er
Dato: 30.11.2015 til 30.11.2015
Delarrangementet gir praktisk innsikt i hvordan NAMA-utvikling hjelper til med å oppnå bærekraft og bidra til endringer i hele sektoren, danne grunnlag for beregninger og implementere INDC-er og nasjonale mål. Fokus på NAMA-er i Asia, Latin-Amerika og Afrika som er finansiert av Norden.
The Rise (and Risks) of Green Financing
Dato: 07.12.2015 til 07.12.2015
Come and enjoy lunch with us and listen to how the rise of green financing will help societies to achieve their climate goals
Innovative Green Investments and Finance for a Competitive Low-Carbon Transition
Dato: 08.12.2015 til 08.12.2015
Presentation and discussion of proposals for innovative financing mechanisms and policy instruments for a carbon-neutral society by 2050, in both a Swedish and a Nordic contexts.
Ocean Challenges and Innovation
Dato: 05.12.2015 til 05.12.2015
Discussing the challenges faced by the Arctic Ocean due to climate change. The strength of solutions through public-private and cross-border cooperation for innovation and policy development. Presentation of clean-tech solutions for environmental management in the marine sector.
Geothermal Direct Use
Dato: 08.12.2015 til 08.12.2015
Approximately 50% of energy consumption in the EU comes from space heating and cooling. Heating represents the largest part of this load and by transitioning away from fossil fuels towards renewable resources, such as geothermal, CO2 emissions could be cut significantly. The session will give insight into the potential impact of direct utilization of geothermal energy on energy security, greenhouse gas emissions, improved quality of life, and lower heating costs.
National government, Nordic Cities and Mayors Looking beyond Paris
Dato: 03.12.2015 til 03.12.2015
On the 3rd of December between 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM During COP21 in Paris, the Nordic Mayors and Cities initiative in collaboration with the Nordic Council will be hosting a strategic talk on Climate Strategies and actions beyond Paris.
Wood You Believe in Forests?
Dato: 01.12.2015 til 01.12.2015
Sustainable use of wood in Finland and Sweden provide for an advanced bioeconomy, with variety of forest industry products as well as bioenergy. At the same time, carbon neutrality is maintained and carbon storage in forests are actually growing. The Nordic climate solution is sustainable forestry.
Nordic Marina: Making maritime applications greener
Dato: 03.12.2015 til 03.12.2015
The Nordic countries are in an excellent positition to take the lead in the development and deployment of zero emission solutions in the maritime sector. For the past years the focus has largely been directed at transportation on land, now it is time to take the eco-revolution to the maritime sector.
View from the Poles: Climate Lessons from the Arctic and Antarctica
Dato: 01.12.2015 til 01.12.2015
Researchers from the Arctic Council and Antarctica Treaty Mechanism research bodies and Nordic polar institutes discuss recent findings of irreversible ice sheet collapse, mountain glacier loss and other climate dynamics in the Earth’s polar regions. Organized on December 1, Antarctica Day by the International Cryosphere Climate Initiative, Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (ATCM/SCAR)
Fire in the Fields: Addressing Open Agricultural, Field and Forest Burning to Decrease Black Carbon and Increase Adaptation and Crop Yields
Dato: 04.12.2015 til 04.12.2015
Open burning is the largest single source of black carbon globally, yet this practive has a devastating impact on soils and crop yields, as well as the climate. Discussion of lessons learned from Nordic projects in Russia and Ukraine and how these are being applied globally with the Climate and Clean Air Coalition. Organized by NEFCO and the International Cryosphere Climate Initiative.

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