On Saturday 13th of September Magiska Trädgården arranges a panel debate on how to create a child-friendly and climate-smart city. Time: 13th of September, at 13.00-14.00 Brunkebergstorg, Stockholm Read about the event here. In the panel you will find people from the different parties and entrepreneurs: – Elin Olsson, landscape architect, Stockholm Development Comittee, vice president in Miljöpartiet […]
Welcome to So Stockholm Gallery in Kungsträdgården April 2nd, between 18-20. Karin Nordström will talk about entrepreneurship and the project in Kenya. You will also meet and listen to Marika King, author, talking about her newly released book “Projekt Längtan” and about how to find meaning. Register here Warmly Welcome!
On Tuesday, the first lobsters for the season were served outside Bovallstrand on the west coast of Sweden. The Swedish chef Paul Svensson, who has a genuine interest of sustainability, with crew, served an exclusive group of 12 people different dishes with lobster as main ingredient. The guests were Stefan Edman, environmental specialist, Johan Trouvé, […]
Sustainability – Step by Natural Step is a course from The Natural Step. The course is designed to help learners access and understand sustainability concepts and apply them to day-to-day business, community and personal decision-making. Each course includes: A structured overview of key sustainability concepts including systems thinking and backcasting; scientific and sustainability principles; and a […]
Chicken fat, fish heads, and leftover sandwiches are converted into electricity. Tesco (TSCO), Britain’s biggest supermarket chain, along with Marks & Spencer Group (MKS), John Lewis Partnership’s Waitrose, Wal-Mart’s (WMT) Asda unit, and J Sainsbury (SBRY) send bio-waste to biogas plants for conversion, the new waste management coincides with environmental aims. M&S announced this month that it had achieved its […]