Meet the Nordic Region at Stockholm +50

Unga deltar på COP24 2018 in Katowice, Poland
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In June 2022, the UN will hold a high-level meeting in Stockholm, 50 years after the first UN environment conference, the Stockholm Conference in 1972.

The ambition behind Stockholm+50 is to increase the pace of the transition to sustainable societies, more green jobs, a balanced environment and social justice.

Official Nordic bodies will be there and contribute with researchers, expertise and political perspectives. The Nordic Youth Biodiversity Network will also be there.  

Will you be in Stockholm 1–3 June or follow the high-level meeting online?

Official Nordic co-operation will be there. Join us!


1 June: 10:00–17:00 / Live and online

Stockholm+50 Pre-Summit on the Global Just Transition from Fossil Fuels

Ahead of the international meeting Stockholm+50, this event will explore the global shift away from fossil fuels. Stakeholders from, among others, indigenous peoples and local communities, governments, civil society organisations and research will discuss viable paths to a fair transition to fossil-free societies.

The event is being organised by the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Stanley Center for Peace and Security, and co-hosted by the Nordic Council.

Venue: Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre, Nils Ericsons Plan 4, 111 64 Stockholm, Sweden

Join the debate online! Attendance in person is by invitation only.


1 June 14:00–15.30 / Live and online

The silent antimicrobial resistance pandemic calls for a concerted global response – but what needs to be done?

The repeated abuse of antibiotics has triggered a silent pandemic that now poses a threat to global health. How can we use the lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic to effectively limit the development and spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR)? How do we scale up the measures to a global and coordinated One Health response? 

The event is being arranged by the Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative (SIANI) at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and ReAct – Action on Antibiotic Resistance.

Venue: Medelhavsmuseet, Fredsgatan 2, Stockholm

The event will be both live and online. Registration required for live participation.


1 June 16:30–18:00

Roundtable talks between youth groups and Nordic climate and environment ministers

Representatives of young people in the Nordic Region will present recommendations drawn up in regional consultations, followed by discussion in small groups. The participants include the Nordic Youth Biodiversity Network. 

The event is being organised by the National Council of Swedish Youth Organisations (LSU) and the Swedish Ministry of the Environment.


2 June 14:00–17:00 / Live

Sustainable and just consumption-based carbon budgeting for municipalities

Local authorities around the world play a key role in promoting CO2 reduction, but most lack the tools and knowledge to deal with consumption-based emissions – so-called Scope 3 emissions. This workshop will explore Nordic mlocal authorities’ ongoing work on climate neutrality – a project funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Working Group for Climate and Air (NKL). 

The event is being organised by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI, Sweden), Aarhus University (AU, Denmark), the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE, Finland) and the Center for International Climate Research (CICERO, Norway).

Venue: SEI Headquarters, Stockholm Environment Institute, Linnégatan 87D, 115 23 Stockholm, Sweden

The event will be live. Registration is required.


3 June 9:30–10:30 / Online

The impact of COVID-19 and recovery packages on emission pathways to 2030: Examples and lessons learned 

How did the COVID-19 pandemic and associated crisis and bounceback packages affect the prospects of achieving the emission reductions specified in the Paris Agreement?

The event is being organised by UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre and Concito.


3 June 15:15–16:30 / Live and online

Towards a Sustainable, Youth-Inclusive Future: Presenting the demands of the Stockholm+50 Youth Policy Paper

The Stockholm+50 Youth Task Force will present its political demands, followed by an open discussion with a panel of ministers, interest groups and youth representatives on how to proceed.

The event is being organised by Stockholm+50 Youth Task Force

Venue: Stockholmsmässan, Room 1

There are many more opportunities to participate and get involved in the programme for Stockholm+50. For more information, see the official website:

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