News from the City of Stockholm
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"
The City of Stockholm currently runs several exciting exchange projects with other countries. Recently, a delegation from Hargesia in Somalia visited Stockholm. Lars Rådh, the CEO of the City of Stockholm, highlights the many synergies with international cooperations.Go to "Synergies with international exchange"
What can we do together to solve our biggest challenges in society? OpenLab sets out to find solutions on every day problems in the fast growing city of Stockholm. Researchers from all over the world attended the inauguration of the center's new and modern facilities on 12 Febrary. (Image: Alfredo Brillembourg)Go to "Smart solutions to your everyday problems"
The City of Stockholm will host a seminar November 4 in partnership with the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York. The seminar will showcase Stockholm’s ability to support businesses while increasing energy efficiency.Go to "Stockholm Living: Smart. Savvy. Sustainable"
The City of Stockholm will lead the prestigious European project GrowSmarter. The project looks at how smart technical solutions in the environmental field can create more jobs and make cities grow sustainably while at the same time be energy efficient, accessible and attractive to its citizens. The EU Commission contributes 25 million Euros to the effort.Go to "Stockholm takes the lead among smart cities"
Stockholm was announced as five winners in Mayors Challenge in Paris today– an ideas competition for European cities focusing on urban challenges. Stockholm's competing area was the challenge of turning garden waste into biochar.Go to "Stockholm wins Mayors Challenge 2014"