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A Trip to Mid Sweden

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A Trip to Mid Sweden

Today we’ve travelled to the middle-ish part of Sweden. Here, in the country’s oldest university city, Uppsala, we learn how urine can be turned to beer and how a groundbreaking type of rice can revolutionise rice farming. That’s right, you read correctly!

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A Trip to North Sweden

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A Trip to North Sweden

oday’s stop: North Sweden. This part of the country comes with stunning nature and vast wilderness. It’s sparse in population but has plenty of trees and brainy scientists – AI developers not the least. Let’s find out what robots have to do with Luleå!

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A trip to South Sweden

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A trip to South Sweden

Today, we’re in the south of Sweden with its salty waters, where all sorts of experiments take place. Eating seaweed?? Yes, indeed – it can be used as a meat substitute.

And in the city of Helsingborg, this summer’s H22 City Expo invites the world to test and co-create green solutions for urban life. Urban wheat, anyone?

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Lofthuset in Orbaden

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Lofthuset in Orbaden

A hotel ‘room’ that is also a vista point for landscapes and skies, a place for silence and getting closer to nature. To make it possible, three rooms have been built on top of each other on an abandoned ski slope: the nature room closest to the ground, the living accommodation (and only heated room) in the middle and the vista point on top. Lofthusen was nominated to the Swedish Wood Award in 2020.

This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.

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Grönska vertical farm

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Grönska vertical farm

Since 2014 Grönska has developed, built and tested vertical farming technology. The first vertical farming system was about the size of a van. In 2018, Grönska inaugurated one of Europe’s largest vertical farms, in the outskirts of Stockholm.

The long version (3:24 min) in format 16:9 is available with and without English subtitles.

The short version (1:28 min) for social media is available in formats 16:9 and 4:5 with and without English subtitles.

SRT-files in English are available for subtitling to local languages for both the long and short versions.

Pioneer the Possible in Paris

Pioneer the Possible in Paris

The Pioneer the Possible exhibition was inaugurated during the Team Sweden business summit “French-Swedish Business Day” on decarbonization of the economy in Paris on December 6 2021.

The ambitious summit gathered French and Swedish business leaders, startups and decision makers in panel discussions on topics like “The economic value chain and circular economy”, “Mobility of the Future” and “Digitalisation and 5G as a platform for the green transition”.

The exhibition was inaugurated by HRH The Crown Princess Victoria, State Secretary to Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Affairs Krister Nilsson, director general of the Swedish Institute Madeleine Sjöstedt and CEO of Business Sweden Jan Larsson.

Instead of cutting a ribbon HRH The Crown Princess Victoria opened the exhibition by tying together a Swedish colored and a French colored ribbon as a symbol of the strong friendship between the two countries.

 

Photo: Embassy of Sweden Paris

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Campaign for Knowledge & Learning Week at Expo 2020

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Campaign for Knowledge & Learning Week at Expo 2020

In connection to Sweden’s Knowledge and Learning week at Expo 2020 Dubai on 12-18 December, the Swedish Institute provides a social media campaign for all foreign missions.

Our focus is to communicate Sweden as a knowledge nation rather than to solely focusing on attracting on-site visitors to the Swedish pavilion in Dubai. The campaign content is therefore versatile and can be used by all foreign missions, not only the ones close to the Expo site. The goal of the campaign is to spark interest in the programme topics as well as direct people to a digital platform where events will be livestreamed.

The campaign consists of nine different posts created for Facebook and Instagram:

  • 3 posts with more general framing to create awareness around Knowledge and Learning Week at Expo 2020.
  • 6 posts connected to various topics from the programme that we wish to highlight during the week.

When using the campaign, we highly advise that you publish the posts according to the schedule provided. This is to make sure that all interested in participating digitally in the events will be directed to the livestream platform in time.

Make sure to add the name of the photographer available in the text document.

More on the material here: campaign purpose and background (pdf, English).

If you have any questions, please reach out to linnea.lindgren@si.se

See more here: https://sharingsweden.se/toolkits/pioneer-the-possible/ 

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Botanikern, Uppsala

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Botanikern, Uppsala

Botanikern is part of a new neighbourhood in Uppsala, Rosendal, developed according to a high sustainability standard. This newly built housing complex literally breathes wood, with a CLT frame and a wooden façade. The natural material is further emphasized by greenery – on the façade, in the courtyard and on the rooftop with its own biotope landscape. Social interaction is also at the projects core, as are circular systems and biodiversity, and living spaces to share, for all.

This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.

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Children Care Center Lindesberg

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Children Care Center Lindesberg

With nature and a railway station around the corner, Lindesberg health centre connects to the expansion of the central Lindesberg area 200 kilometres west of Stockholm. The building will function both as a healthcare centre and housing complex. The residential building and the healthcare centre are linked together through an area called Gallery of the Senses, which serves as a living room for all residents and visitors.

This film is produced by the Swedish Institute and Architects Sweden in collaboration with Swedish Wood and the Swedish Forest Industries as part of the exhibition Woodlife Sweden. Please contact the Swedish Institute/Sharing Sweden for requests.