Learn about Sweden's place in the global trade system in this SEI report. The study applies innovative multi-method approaches to identify and assess transboundary climate risks facing Sweden via its international trade links.
Explore the cross-border risks faced by Nordic countries, the extent to which they are already recognised, and possible ways to respond to them in this report. The analysis draws on a literature review, an analysis of trade data, and interviews with stakeholders from national authorities, industry and research institutions.
Explore four specific propositions for the incoming Swedish government to consider as it develops Sweden’s priorities for the presidency in this opinion piece. These cover the energy crisis, green trade, transboundary climate impacts, and consumption-based emissions.
The International Boreal Forest Research Association (IBFRA) synthesized information from boreal forests in Alaska (USA), Canada, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia on the carbon (C) stock changes in tree biomass during the period 1990 to 2017.
The Swedish portal for climate change adaptation is intended to support society and citizens preparing for climate change consequences. The portal is run by the Swedish National Knowledge Centre for Climate Change Adaptation, in cooperation with several Swedish authorities.