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New funding for a new collaboration and more sensors in Stockholm


  SMARTer Greener Cities researchers Art Branny and Erik Andersson received funding from the Swedish Research and Innovation funder Vinnova to expand and extend their work with sensors and nature-based solutions in Stockholm. The project is led by the research institute of Sweden (RISE) and bring together a consortium of SMEs, real estate owners, researchers and…


Registration open: Multi-sensory experiences of urban nature and the role of technologies in social-ecological well-being 22.4. at 13-15.00


Technology is often seen as a solution to a more climate-friendly and sustainable city. But can technology also contribute to the well-being of citizens and urban nature? How does a smart and green city look and sound like? The design, management and maintenance of urban spaces and green areas requires an understanding of how different social, ecological and technological factors…


Project coordinator Associate Professor Erik Andersson, erik.andersson(at)

Stockholm Resilience Centre (SCR), University of Stockholm

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