Four (4) steps to the greenest midsummer food. How do you fix the greenest midsummer table? Swedish Society for Nature Conservation offer four steps which to celebrate midsummer in harmony with Mother Earth. Read about it here: http://www.naturskyddsforeningen.se/nyheter/4-steg-till-gronaste-midsommarmaten#googtrans/en
When the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation was first founded over one hundred years ago, its work dealt with protecting Swedish nature. Over time, environmental problems have become increasingly global and our operations have therefore been widened.
At Naty we consider the effect on the environment in every action we take. Since our start we have worked with The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC). SSNC is an environmental organization based in Sweden. They spread knowledge, map environmental threats, create solutions, influence politicians and public authorities. http://www.naty.com/eco/
The road to near-zero carbon. SSNC suggest really harsh climate and energy goals for Sweden. But how do they achieve the goals? SSNC have clear and concrete proposals on measures and instruments and this is something that the rest of the world would clearly benefit from by attempting to do. What are your thoughts? Read more: http://www.naturskyddsforeningen.se/nyheter/hur-gor-vi-da-vagen-till-nara-noll-koldioxidutslapp#googtrans/en
At Nature Babycare we use renewable resources whenever possible. The conventional plastic outer sheet has been replaced with a biodegradable material made from maize starch and cellulose fiber, both natural materials. The outer breathable layer is based on GM-free maize starch, natural additives and biodegradable polyester which is 100% biodegradable in appropriate conditions. Reed more about our diaper at our homepage.
The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC) is an environmental organization with power to bring about change. We are behind one of the world’s most challenging ecolabellings, “Bra Miljöval” (Good Environmental Choice). Climate, the oceans, forests, environmental toxins, and agriculture are our main areas of involvement.
In order to become more efficient in our environmental activities we must work across borders. We are therefore collaborating with around 60 environmental organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.
Chemicals are needed in society as they form part of most products we use in our daily life, and some chemicals are literally life-saving, for example pharmaceutical substances. However, many are widely manufactured and used today despite limited knowledge about their potential side-effects.