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Local wireless sensors enable smarter and greener plans


The second policy brief of the SMARTer Greener Cities is now published. Read more here. We propose recommendations for urban planners, developers and researchers based on one-year-long local weather observations at the biggest flagship of sustainable urban development in Sweden – Stockholm Royal Seaport. We deployed wireless weather stations at 18 sites across 6 different…


Second living pavilion in Stockholm let Nature speak up


When modern life, especially in our cities, has obscured the fact that people still depend on nature and functioning ecosystems for their wellbeing – what do we do? Stockholm Resilience Centre together with local partners Bee Urban and City of Stockholm organized and hosted the second multi-sensory living pavilion in Stockholm on October 29, 2021.…


Voices for nature in Stockholm


In Stockholm Royal Seaport, we investigate different ways in which smart technologies can strengthen feedback and dialog between nature and people, in order to better understand the “voices of nature”, especially when nature is under pressure. To this end, in partnership with the City of Stockholm, 11 out of 18 planned wireless weather stations have…


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

Stockholm Resilience Centre (SCR), University of Stockholm

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