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Ekoföretag's latest proposals

  • Domestic tourism

    Invest much more on marketing the city as a tourist destination against domestic tourism.
    The city's contributions from tourists will be as great if the tourists come from Stockholm and Sweden. In a time of climate collapse, it is not sustainable that every country and city compete to fly in as many as possible from other countries.
    Tourism benefits the city, and is also a driving force in preserving the city's nature. But the proportions of domestic and foreign tourists can change without reducing the amount of tourism.
    Also raise Stockholm as a train resort, towards foreign tourists!

  • Strategies against littering

    - Encourage junk picking initiatives, such as logging and junk mail. Provide positive feedback when a pickup has been announced in the Tyck TIll app.
    - Support junk picking initiatives in the form of spread of date and place, and that initiators have someone to communicate with in Stockholm city.
    - In-depth follow-up on how the garbage picking that the city procured works. Extra important in nature areas and near watercourses.
    - Uppsala has several working strategies against littering, peeking at them, asking them to come and tell!

  • Raise green businesses

    It is important that companies, organizations, politicians and private individuals come together to curb the climate crisis and promote biodiversity.
    The companies can have many different business ideas and at the same time work to reduce their impact on climate and biodiversity.
    A group of companies, however, have as their own idea and reason why they started to actively work for biodiversity, and help more people reduce their climate impact. These are often small green companies run by enthusiasts with little resources and small margins. To highlight green companies would have positive synergies for everyone. The changeover is driven on, and in addition, local trade is promoted.
    A good example is Strängnäs, which on its website highlights sustainable experiences.
    Just right in time, when more and more people want to shop locally, vacation without flights, and eat organic!

  • Preserve and develop city parks

    The city's biodiversity, resilience in climate change, and the residents' recreation are strengthened by parks and green areas.
    Developing the city's parks and green areas, and creating new ones, with a focus on biodiversity is part of Stockholm as a future city.
    Here space can also be made for cultivation boxes, and thus also increase the self-sufficiency.
    We cannot build on green surfaces, or make green surfaces and parks smaller to surface or number.


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