TNS research the science of sustainability and link it to real world applications. They create dialogue about the opportunities and challenges in building a sustainable future.
Data centers are some of the largest energy consumers in the world today. This makes a huge impact on the environment and is very costly. It is something that affects your business. The Ecodatacenter takes this problem seriously with the world’s first climate positive data center.
The Stockholm Resilience Centre advances research on the governance of social-ecological systems with a special emphasis on resilience – the ability to deal with change and continue to develop.
The Swedish National Association Cohousing NOW is an association working to promote collaborative housing and other alternative ways of living. The association supports existing co-housing units as well as groups intending to create new units.
FRYSHUSET is as famous for its social work as it is for education, skateboarding, basketball, music and other leisure time activities. Today Fryshuset runs several schools and programs for vocational training.
Hydropower from Sunnhordland Kraftlag (SKL) generates clean, renewable and sustainable energy. Of all the power production methods, hydropower is the most efficient, has the longest life and produces no greenhouse gas emissions.
Mattecentrum is creating a network of math programs to make math vibrant, exciting, and respected as a key skill for success. It’s tutoring programs are community-based, building a web of experts—from engineers to PhDs and beyond—to create a culture where math is easy and interesting.
Idrott Utan Gränser could be translated to “Sports Without Borders”. The mission is to cultivate a generation of young people eager to take necessary risks and responsibility to shape their lives.
In the close-knit culture of Sweden, corporate hiring operates on networking, personal relationships, and references. To a large degree, immigrant communities do not have access to these resources.