NEFCO is an international financial institution established by the five Nordic countries. NEFCO finances green growth investments and projects primarily in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus as well as climate projects across the world. NEFCO's main focus is to generate positive environmental effects of interest to the Nordic region.
Professor Emeritus Anders Stigebrandt in Sweden underlines, in this column, the importance of addressing the internal phosphorus load in the Baltic Sea by oxygenating deep water areas.
Senior Adviser Ash Sharma from NEFCO will speak on the topic "Potential uses of the CDM to offset emissions" at a seminar hosted by the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in London on 5 November.
A conference on Arctic bioeconomy in the Nordic countries will take place in Reykjavik, Iceland 11 November.
Business Sweden and the Consulate General of Sweden are hosting a Symbiocity event in St Petersburg 20 November.
A Baltic business forum will convene in Tallinn, Estonia 26-27 November. This year's forum will focus on the cleantech sector.
NEFCO's Board of Directors will convene in Helsinki 11 December.
The Danish Ministry for Foreign Affairs is 17 December hosting a seminar in Copenhagen on investment opportunities in Ukraine. Senior Investment Manager Bo Nyhus from NEFCO will attend the event.
The 9th Arctic Frontiers conference will be held in Tromsø, Norway 18-23 January. The theme for the conference is climate and energy.
The municipality of Reykjavik is the winner of the Nordic Council’s Nature and Environment Prize 2014. The capital is awarded for its wide-ranging and determined environmental work.
The Nordic Ministers for Foreign Affairs have at the Nordic Council session in Stockholm decided to provide further assistance and support to energy efficiency measures in Ukraine.
The city of Lviv in western Ukraine and NEFCO have signed a loan agreement on financing energy efficiency investments in municipally owned buildings.