What do a furniture company in Norway and a coffee producer in Sweden have in common? On the surface, very little – but both are among the over 300 companies in the Nordic region that are in the midst of restructuring for sustainable production, thanks to collaboration with the CIRCit research project.
Professor Eva Johansson and Docent Anna-Maija Puroila believe children’s feeling of belonging holds the key to understanding modern classrooms. The research project Politics of Belonging wants to gather knowledge on how to promote inclusion and strengthen the feeling of belonging in early childhood education.
The long-term effects of climate change are well known. But what about next year, or in three years? A soon to end research project has developed a tool for exactly this purpose. The ARCPATH tool can become a game changer in both the private and public sector.
What can we learn about COVID-19 by studying the 18th-century smallpox epidemics and other past pandemics? A new Nordic research project will make use of Nordic health data to study pandemics from a historical perspective to better prepare the Nordic region for future pandemics.
The Nordic countries are each dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in their own ways, but each government enjoys a great deal of public trust in its decisions. Nevertheless, the pandemic gives rise to a number of ethical issues
The Nordic region is a world leader in digitalisation, also in the area known as the Internet of Things. This gives us a unique opportunity to promote sustainability and a circular economy, according to the authors of a new report.