Collaboration and knowledge exchange with society at Community nutrition and physical activity (CoNPA)

Collaboration and knowledge exchange with national and international organizations are important parts of CoNPA.

MISTRA Sustainable consumption: The biggest research programme in Sweden on sustainable consumption 

Today it is relatively widely known that consumption in countries such as Sweden is not sustainable. A great deal of the environmental impact of Swedish consumption takes place abroad, in the countries where the goods are produced. At the same time, there is a shortage of research into what sustainable consumption really means and how we can convert towards this – as individuals, as companies, through civil society organisations and through politics. The goal of the research programme MISTRA Sustainable Consumption – from niche to mainstream is to contribute to the transition by means of increased knowledge of how sustainable consumption, which is at present practised by a few, can be scaled up and become more common. The focus is on the areas of food, holidays and home furnishings and fittings.

Read more about the research programme MISTRA  Sustainable Consumption.