SwedBio work within all themes or thematic focal areas with three different approaches, also called functional focal areas: Dialogues & learning; Art & culture; and Communication & training.

Values and Governance

Thee IPBES Global Assessment concludes that the 2050 Vision on people living in harmony with nature can only be achieved by addressing the drivers of biodiversity loss, including through transformative changes in society and economies. These transformations are more likely...  Read more »

Art and Culture

Throughout history, art and culture of various kinds and forms has been part of the evolution of our societies. Festivals, handicrafts, food and songs are bringing stories and knowledge regarding the links between human and nature, in and between generations,...  Read more »

Communication and Training

SwedBio conducts strategic communication adapted to meet the needs of SwedBio’s target groups. Regular news updates are made through a battery of communication channels; through the website, social media, publications such as reports and policy briefs, a quarterly web based...  Read more »

Assessments and Indicators

IPBES – the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Policy and decisionmakers at all levels need to be aware of the importance of biodiversity and nature’s benefits to people for a good quality of life, including the intimate links...  Read more »

Dialogues and Learning

SwedBio has in recent years been organizing and facilitating multi-actor dialogues on different levels between diverse actors to craft solutions together for specific policy and methods development processes. More on goal, purpose, methods and examples of the multi-actor dialogues here...  Read more »