Who bears the environmental costs of Sweden’s high standard of living?

How can we keep track of the environmental footprint of Swedish consumption?



PRINCE is a cutting-edge research project developing a system to monitor the pressures that Swedish consumption imposes on the natural world, both at home and abroad.


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PRINCE Open Conference

December 1, 2017

Around the end of 2017, PRINCE will hold an Open Conference in Stockholm to present the indicators and other findings of the project.


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Brief: Environmental Footprinting with Multiregional Input-output Models

December 1, 2016

A quick introduction to the approach at the heart of the PRINCE indicators: using a multiregional input-output model for more accurate…

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Blog: Challenges of measuring the food consumption footprint, by Christel Cederberg

February 12, 2016

Christel Cederberg of Chalmers reflects on the importance, and challenges, of monitoring the diverse environmental pressures related to food…

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PRINCE in print: First steps towards a national chemical footprint

March 10, 2015

A new paper proposes a way of using data on point-source emissions in constructing hazardous chemical footprint indicators.

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PRINCE begins

January 27, 2015
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