Workshop: Environmental assessments from a reindeer husbandry perspective
February 8th, 2019
The workshop is arranged with the objective to receive concrete contributions to how the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency’s guidance can be designed. The guidance will respond to the growing demand from authorities, operators and consultants for new working methods and routines to increase the quality and legitimacy of environmental assessments.
The program consists of both facilitated group discussions and speakers from the Swedish Sami Association, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, Luleå University of Technology and the Finnish Ministry of Environment, among others.
When: 28 Mars 2019, 9:00-17:00
Where: Scandic Hotel Ariadne, Stockholm, Sweden
RSVP: by 25 February
This workshop will be held primarily in Swedish. For registration and more information, click here.
The workshop is organized by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the research institutions Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and the Swedish Agricultural University (SLU), through the research project “Contested landscapes: navigating competing claims and cumulative impacts in Northern Sweden (CO-LAND) funded by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and the research project “Indigenous peoples’ rights and the global Natural Resources Extraction: Mining in Sápmi ”, financed by Formas.
Photo Credit: Carl-Johan Utsi