News

  • A warm welcome to Stefan!

    Stefan Johansson joins Anthesis Enveco Stefan Johansson holds a MSc in engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) majoring in Environmental Management, Material Science and Industrial Ecology. In 2018 he will defend his doctoral thesis where he has examined the possibility to - in a transparent way - create a climate positive urban district. During his career Stefan has worked with local climate mitigation actions, mostly ...

    Posted at March 9, 2018 | Categories : News
  • Carbon tax – the Swedish example!

    We are delighted to have been subcontracted by Borg & Co to provide an overview of the Swedish tax on CO2 for the International Institute of Environment Japan (IIEJ). We seek to answer the question: What is the recipe for a successful implementation of a carbon tax? The work is based on interviews with key experts and includes a background to the tax, identification of major stakeholders and their incentives, and an assessment of impacts on ...

    Posted at January 23, 2018 | Categories : News
  • NutriTrade proudly presents: Nutribute!

    The Baltic Sea is one of the most polluted seas in the world, and the greatest environmental problem it faces is eutrophication caused by excessive nutrient loads. As they are today, the protective measures of the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea are not sufficient for removing the problem of eutrophication. This is why we need active stakeholders, concrete reductions in discharges, and funding to implement them. The newly released Nutribute crowdfunding platform provides answers to ...

    Posted at November 23, 2017 | Categories : News
  • New project on multi-use in European seas!

    Anthesis Enveco is currently working on the Swedish case study in the EU Horizon 2020 project MUSES – Multi-use in European Seas (https://muses-project.eu/) together with the department SEED at KTH Royal School of technology in Stockholm. Local and regional stakeholders are interviewed and take part in a workshop, to discuss the potential of multi-use in the marine area near Burgsvik at Gotland Island. One of the combinations analyzed is offshore wind and aquaculture. The ...

    Posted at November 10, 2017 | Categories : News
  • New report for the Nordic Council of Ministers!

    Ecosystem services in MSP On behalf of the Nordic Council of Ministers and together with our partners Menon Economics in Norway and SYKE in Finland, Anthesis Enveco has coordinated a study which describes a proposal for a new tool on how to incorporate an ecosystem services approach into the maritime spatial planning process. The proposed tool provides a prototype for a stepwise methodology to analyze linkages between maritime ...

    Posted at September 18, 2017 | Categories : News
  • Almedalen week 2017!

    This year Anthesis Enveco was represented by Agneta Persson at the Swedish annual policy week - Almedalen week - on the island Gotland. It is a major event with policy makers, all kinds of industry, municipalities, consultants, academia, and other actors the first week of July every year. This year it was bigger than ever, with more than 4 000 seminars and events. After a week full of opportunities to meet, discuss and get new insights ...

    Posted at July 7, 2017 | Categories : News
  • Anthesis Enveco estimate that the inland waters in Stockholm are worth billions!

    On behalf of the City of Stockholm Anthesis Enveco has estimated the economic value of all inland waters of Stockholm. The most important conclusions from the study are: The general public is concerned about the quality of inland waters and believe that they themselves, at least to some extent, are responsible for protecting the waters. People use the waters of Stockholm for activities such as fishing, sunbathing and boating. The total economic value of reaching good water ...

    Posted at February 21, 2017 | Categories : News
  • Anthesis Enveco partner in the NutriTrade project!

    NutriTrade introduces voluntary nutrient trading and nutrient offsets for the Baltic Sea! NutriTrade promotes cost-effective, cross-border and cross-sector nutrient reduction measures in the Baltic Sea basin. The project, first of its kind in Europe, will pilot a platform for voluntary nutrient trading, nutrient offsets and joint implementation of nutrient reduction targets in the Baltic Sea area. The objective of the NutriTrade project is to reduce phosphorus and nitrogen loads to the Baltic Sea with fast, effective and ...

    Posted at November 15, 2016 | Categories : News
  • New report shows benefits of decreasing textile waste!

    Swedes consume around 13 kg of textiles per person and year. Approximately half of this eventually ends up in the waste bin. This is problematic from a resource use perspective given that these textiles could in many cases have been re-used or re cycled to new textiles or e.g. insulation materials. Anthesis Enveco have on behalf of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency analysed how large part of the textiles in household waste could be diverted ...

    Posted at September 27, 2016 | Categories : News
  • A new method for integrating ecosystem services into marine spatial planning (MSP)

    Enveco is currently involved in a project aiming at developing a ready –to-use method for integrating ecosystem services into marine spatial planning. The project, financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers, will be finished in the end of 2016 and is a colaboration with the Finnish Environment Central (SYKE) and Vista Analyse AS in Norway. Marine resources and ecosystem services are considered crucial factors for the wellbeing and development of our societies. All the Nordic countries ...

    Posted at September 14, 2016 | Categories : News
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