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Call for Nominations for the 2018 Scandinavian Green Roof Award

September 6

The Scandinavian Green Roof Award, originally an initiative of The City of Malmö, has been awarded annually to the best green roof project in Scandinavia since the prize’s inception in 2001. The prize is a collaboration between the Scandinavian Green Infrastructure Association, E.ON and the Department of Internal Services in The City of Malmö.

Photo: Panum Institute - 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Photo: Panum Institute – 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Photo: OhBoy by Hauschild + Siegel - 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Photo: OhBoy by Hauschild + Siegel – 2017 Scandinavian Green Roof Prize recipient.

Nominations for the 2018 Green Roof Prize may be sent to info@greenroof.se using the nomination template downloadable here no later than October 12th, 2018.

 

More information about the Scandinavian Green Roof Prize is here.

SLU startar distanskurs om gröna tak!

August 16

I höst startar SLU en ny distanskurs om gröna tak om 15 högskolepoäng. Det är andra gången som gröna tak får en egen högskolekurs i Sverige. Vi på Scandinavian Green Roof Institute är med och bidrar med kursmaterial och föreläsningar. Vi ser mycket fram emot kurstart! Läs mer om kursens innehåll på SLUs hemsida.

BARRIERS AND DRIVERS FOR IMPLEMENTING NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS - SURVEY FOR EXPERTS

April 18

Participate in the survey and promote the development of cities towards sustainable use of Nature-Based Solutions!

ThinkNature EU-project has launched a survey for experts, inquiring about the barriers and drivers for implementing NBS.

You can find the survey here.

Nature-based solutions (NBS) use nature to create sustainability and resilience, adapt to climate change, and counteract the degradation of ecosystems. Such solutions should bring more diverse nature and natural processes into cities, landscapes and seascapes. They are meant to support economic growth, create jobs, enhance human well-being, and be locally adapted and resource-efficient. Read more: The EU Research and Innovation policy agenda on NBS.

Please also spread the link to the survey among your networks: https://www.think-nature.eu/highlights/questionnaire/

Thank you very much for your valuable input!