Sustainable Sweden maintains close links with other organizations involved in the transition toward sustainability. You can find some of them below, in alphabetic order.
Blekinge Tekniska Högkola (BTH) : Blekinge Institute of Technology.
Lisa Walitalo, post-doctorate at BTH, is currently planning for a new research project where the goal is to accelerate transition to sustainability at the local and regional level through combining BTH’s research on the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development (FSSD) with the perspectives of inner development and collaboration cultures. Learn more about FSSD :
BTH is offering a 10-month masters program in Karlskrona, provinding knowledge, skills and network for people to develop their leardership capacities to create more sustainable societies around the world. The Master’s in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) combines two different methodologies, the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development and Leading in Complexity. Learn more about the program
Esam : consultants in sustainable development
Esam is a private company that offers sustainable development consulting. Founded in 1990 by Torbjörn Lahti – the founder of Sustainable Sweden – and Gunnar Brundin, Esam is one of the owners of SSA.
SEKOM (Sveriges Ekokommuner) : The National Association of Swedish Eco-municipalities
The Swedish Association of Eco-municipalities is a network for municipalities, countries and regions. The vision is a sustainable Sweden, founded on a balanced ecosystem as the basis for a sustainable economic and social development.
SSDE : Sustainable Sweden Development Ethiopia
SSDE is a sister organization to Sustainable Sweden Association (SSA). The aim of this organization, which head is in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), is to coordinate and help the 14 eco-municipalities in Ethiopia in their actions.
You can read more about our project with SSDE here.