NORDIC GREEN TO SCALE

The Nordic countries offer proven and scalable solutions for cutting emissions globally.

SOLUTIONS

Proven low-carbon solutions available for countries to choose from.
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra has teamed up in 2016 with the Nordic Council of Ministers and distinguished institutions from all the Nordic countries to answer a simple question: how far could we go simply by scaling up already proven Nordic low-carbon solutions? The Green to Scale Nordic project has combined innovative analysis with active communication. The results show how implementing existing low-carbon solutions can take us a long way in tackling the global climate crisis.

NEWS

Keep up to date with the latest news from our project.

EVENTS

Learn more about existing low-carbon solutions, share your experiences and get inspired.

MEDIA

Download material, read facts about the Green to Scale project and access the press releases. If you are a journalist and are interested in keeping up to date with our latest insights, please get in touch.

Press kit

MATERIALS

Download materials produced in the Green to Scale project.

CONTACT US

PARTNERS

Green to Scale Nordic has been produced in co-operation with distinguished partner institutions from all Nordic countries. The Nordic project in 2016 has continued the work concluded with global partners in 2015.

Nordic Partners

The Nordic Green to Scale project involves distinguished institutions from all five Nordic countries, along with the Climate and Air Pollution Group KoL of the Nordic Council of Ministers:

  • Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO), Norway, who conducted the technical analysis for the report
  • CONCITO, Denmark
  • Sitra, Finland
  • Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Sweden
  • University of Iceland Institute for Sustainability Studies, Iceland.

 

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