• Anthesis Group Expands Swedish Leadership Team with the Appointment of Johan Sidenmark

    Anthesis Group, the sustainability activator and the largest dedicated team of sustainability professionals in the world, today announced the appointment of Johan Sidenmark to the role of Senior Consultant and Business Area Manager for Resource Economy in Sweden. With over twenty years of professional expertise in project management for environmental and sustainable development, both nationally and internationally, Johan brings ...

    Posted at October 9, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Office Manager Gothenburg

    Anthesis Sweden has appointed Maria Hammar as office manager for the operations in Gothenburg. Maria will be responsible for the operations at our Gothenburg office and that she will have the main responsibility for our clients and partners in the western parts of Sweden, including clients as the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management.

    Posted at September 7, 2020 | Categories : News
  • The Value of Achieving Good Environmental Status | Sweden’s Sea Waters

    Project OverviewA Swedish Government Agency wanted to understand and quantify the public value of “good environmental status” (GES) in Sweden’s marine waters in accordance with the European Union’s Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). Anthesis conducted a comprehensive study to measure public willingness to pay to achieve GES in marine waters. Read more about the results on ...

    Posted at September 4, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Framwork agreement supplier to Sinfra

    Anthesis is a framework agreement supplier to Sinfra. We have recently won a place within the two areas: - Environment and technology. Together with Aktea and Esam- Management. Together with Ecoplan, Prodigma and Esam

    Posted at September 4, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Johan Sidenmark joins Anthesis

    Anthesis Sweden is growing further by strengthening our team with Johan Sidenmark. Johan is a natural scientist with a broad competence and a great commitment in the field of sustainability. He has worked with sustainable business development for more than 20 years. He has extensive experience as an environmental strategist and as an environmental manager and is a respected ...

    Posted at August 25, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Future exploitation in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction

    Negotiations are now underway within the United Nations on a new implementing agreement to the Convention on the Law of the Sea. This report is the result of a forward-looking project that has tried to foresee which kind of activities/exploitations or type of resource extraction that may develop in the areas concerned. It has also looked at the possible value that strategic environmental assessment can bring to ...

    Posted at June 30, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Brochure – Match against plastics

    Anthesis works with the Beställargruppen Konstgräs (BEKOGR) to reduce the environmental and health impacts of artificial turf and similar surfaces. Read the new brochure - Match Against Plastics - here.

    Posted at June 1, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Sweden Food Arena

    Anthesis has become a member of Sweden Food Arena - A national arena where companies and organizations in the food chain work together for an innovative, sustainable and competitive food sector. Read more about Sweden Food Arena on their website, and find a list of all the members here.

    Posted at March 31, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Supporting Our Clients Through COVID-19

    As we all navigate this uncertain period together we would like to reassure that Anthesis is here to support our clients, our staff and their families. Here's a note from our CEO, Stuart McLachlan: Supporting Our Clients Through COVID-19

    Posted at March 25, 2020 | Categories : News
  • Coffee production in Kenya

    Anthesis Sweden is together with the organisation We Effect carrying out a feasibility study for a demand driven development project focusing on resource efficient wetmills for small farmer cooperatives in Kenya. We are aiming at improved gender equality, reduced energy consumption (and peak load), reduced water consumption, and improved labour safety. We Effect, our partner in this project specialise in empowering women and small farmer cooperatives in ...

    Posted at March 19, 2020 | Categories : News
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