There is just over 8 years left until Agenda 2030 and the global goals of a sustainable circular future must be achieved.
Sweden will be a leader in the implementation of the agenda and has initiated the research institute, RISE, and BioLyftet to improve material awareness.
Because we live in a cycle, not just some parts can be sustainable.
But the whole stage must function in correlation with nature, WE are a part of nature, not separate from it.
From the research project ENTIS WP4, Fiber-X developed a cellulose-based culture cloth, and founded ViridiFibra.
If you want to take part of nature, you must also be a part of nature.
There is no "quickfix"
for a sustainable alternative.
Sustainability is a continuous process!
Fiber-X is your extended arm when it comes to testing, development and training in pulp and paper technology. Our goal is for us to be the most flexible, cheapest and best partner for you. Getting help from Fiber-X should pay off.
Lantbrukarnas Riksförbund, LRF, is a non-partisan and non-partisan organization for people and companies in the green industries. LRF's approximately 140,000 members together run almost 70,000 companies and the green business sector accounts for a little more than 4 percent of Sweden's GDP. LRF contributes to the development of companies and entrepreneurs with soil, forest, garden and the rural environment as a base, so that they can realize their ambitions for growth, profitability and attractiveness.
Wargön Innovation supports entrepreneurs, companies and public actors in developing and commercializing new sustainable materials. We offer technical resources, expertise and the networks needed to guide a material innovation from the idea stage to the finished product.
RISE is Sweden's research institute and innovation partner. In international collaboration with companies, academia and the public sector, we contribute to a competitive business life and a sustainable society. Our 2,700 employees drive and support all types of innovation processes. RISE is an independent, state-of-the-art research institute that offers unique expertise and around 100 test and demonstration environments for future-proof technologies, products and services.
Landshopping.se is the countryside's own marketplace where you shop for unique crafts, sustainable alternatives and smart products from all over Sweden. Landshopping wants to help simplify your everyday life with selected useful and beautiful products in the categories health and food, houses and homes, gardens and leisure.
We have the cultivation and gardening products, tips and inspiration to succeed in growing in the garden, on the balcony and indoors.
Lerbo Trädgård is part of Lerbo Consulting AB, which is a family business and is run by Åsa and Peter Svensson. Villa Lerbo is the company's headquarters in Töreboda. In addition to Lerbo Trädgård, Åsa also runs Lerbo Trädgårdsdesign.
Åsa Svensson is a trained gardener. Åsa's great interest in interior design, design and plants made her decide to study gardening.
Villa lerbo is used as a display garden and an inspiration for both garden design and garden decorations for home and garden.
We strive to have products with high quality, preferably Swedish or Nordic design. With these products you can create personal homes and gardens. Our suppliers stand for these qualities and are chosen with care. The product selection must be able to match both summer and winter in indoor and outdoor environments.
BioLyftet is an education to increase knowledge and increase the use of bio-based and recycled materials. After the training, the company must have a plan of activities to practically test and evaluate sustainable materials in its products.
BioInnovation is a cross-industry initiative to develop strong, competitive and innovative materials, products and services based on renewable raw materials. The vision is that Sweden has transformed into a bio-based economy by 2050.
Global goals are the most ambitious sustainable development agenda that the countries of the world have ever adopted and exist to achieve four fantastic things by the year 2030: Eliminating extreme poverty. Reducing inequalities and injustices in the world. To promote peace and justice. Solving the climate crisis. Through the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, this can become a reality.