News from the City of Stockholm
Stockholm is one of the most innovative regions in the world. The winners of "Stockholms stads innovationsstipendium" (The Stockholm Innovation Scholarship), which is one of Sweden's largest, will be able to solve global environmental problems such as leakage from gas pipelines and make it possible for blind to play in an Orchestra on equal terms.Go to "Stockholm Innovation Scholarship: 7 entrepreneurs awarded"
Municipal fiber networks, like Stokab in Stockholm, creates new opportunities for growth and prosperity, as well as playing an important role in providing advanced broadband services, according to OECD in a new report.Go to "New OECD report - publicly owned fiber network provides growth"
The City of Stockholm and Royal Seaport have been awarded the 3rd Annual C40 Cities Awards, for best sustainable urban development project in the category “sustainable communities”. The winners were announced at a ceremony in Paris yesterday, Thursday 3 December, during COP21, UN’s conference on climate change, by C40 Cities Climate Leadership, a network for committed cities around the world.Go to "Royal Seaport awarded for best sustainable community"
Stockholm Royal Seaport is an area with a strong environmental profile. The project is now one of the finalists in the prestigious C40 Cities Awards.Go to "Stockholm - finalist in the C40 Cities Awards"
Stockholm is proud to be one of ten chosen global cities fully compliant with the Compact of Mayors. We now join first mover Rio De Janeiro and together we make an ambitious contribution toward global progress on climate change.Go to "Compact of Mayors - Stockholm excells in fighting climate change"
New global analysis by CDP and AECOM reveals enterprising cities leade the transition to low-carbon growth by adopting renewable energy, with Stockholm as one of the cities aiming for 100% renewable electricity targets.Go to "Carbon Disclosure Project Cities - How clean is your city?"
The City of Stockholm continues to host a number of international visits – this week from the presidents of India and Tanzania, both with a dedicated interest in Stockholm’s successful environment and climate solutions.Go to "India and Tanzania show keen interest in City's environment program"