Launch the NoMu Wood Platform for Nordic Municipalities.
New digital platform equips Nordic Municipalities with knowledge and skills to build low-carbon, healthy and liveable towns and cities from wood.
Read the key outcomes and watch again! In November 2020, the Nordic Wood in Construction Secretariat hosted a roundtable dialogue to discuss setting a maximum lifetime CO2 limit on new Nordic Buildings.
Join us on Monday November 16th at 1600 CET for a digital roundtable dialogue between leading Nordic experts and parliamentarian Thomas Jensen, discussing setting a maximum lifetime CO2 limit on new Nordic Buildings.
Join us on Thursday 8th October at 11am CEST for a digital roundtable dialogue between leading experts from around the Nordics as we discuss Building a Low Carbon Arctic: Material choices for cold-climate construction
Update on our LCA capacity building project for Nordic Municipalities...
Read the key outcomes and watch again! On May 28th, we hosted a Digital Roundtable Dialogue between leading experts from around the Nordics, discussing how to overcome the policy challenges for Nordic Wood in Construction post COVID-19.
Join us on Thursday 28th May at 10.30am CEST for a digital roundtable dialogue between leading experts from around the Nordics as we discuss how to overcome the policy challenges for Nordic Wood in Construction post COVID-19.
Work commences on a digital platform to guide municipalities across the Nordics through the process of building in wood…
New results published from our study into how increased Nordic wood in construction contribute to the UN's SDGs and where might the trade-offs be...
We’re looking for partners to help us deliver two big projects in 2020. More info here…
2020 has only just begun, but already we are starting to see some big wins for wood in construction in this critical decade for cutting construction’s carbon emissions.
The Nordic Climate Action Weeks, arranged by Nordic Council of Ministers, took place in two locations, one at COP25 in Madrid and one in Norrsken House in Stockholm. The Wood in Construction secretariat participated in the side event "Circular Economy – more than a quick fix!" to discuss how we can transition to a circular economy and how wood as a construction material can contribute to this transition.
Wood has the ability to act as a carbon sink and therefore holds a great potential in the transition towards a low-carbon construction industry. How? Well, here are 25 examples across the value chain from all Nordic countries.
At the end of last year the Nordic Wood in Construction Secretariat was in Katowice, Poland for the UN’s COP24 meeting. Here are our highlights…
Wood in construction can bring huge benefits that help us to deliver the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, but are there also any trade-offs? At COP24 this week, we are presenting preliminary findings of our SDG Impact project.
Do you know of an inspiring and innovative Nordic project working with Wood in Construction? Apply now to have your project featured in a new publication!
The Nordic Wood in Construction Secretariat is undertaking a project to engage key stakeholders and experts in the creation of a publication showcasing 25 Nordic good practice cases of the use of wood in construction.
SWEDISH WOOD PRESS RELEASE: Building sustainable cities becomes crucial for the transition to a fossil-free society worldwide. Sweden and China have a clear ambition to share and develop knowledge in sustainable construction focused on smart solutions. From October 15, a Chinese delegation visits Europe starting in Sweden to take part in European modern wood construction.
Linnaeus University in Sweden hosted the seventh Forum Wood Building Nordic in September in Växjö. Wood in Construction project was there and presented the project.
The Nordic Embassies in Berlin hosted a seminar on Wood Construction on September 25 with participation of both Mads Wolff, chair man of the advisory board and project manager Anders Vestergaard Jensen.