Last changed: 14 August 2023

Mistra Environmental Communication consists of a broad range of societal partners from different societal fields. While the consortium thus stretches across a variety of sectors, levels and nations, the programme has a physical home and is firmly rooted in Uppsala through its tight collaboration with local and regional authorities. As the programme evolves, partners might get involved in more activities.

Academic partners

Lunds universitet

Högskolan i Borås

University of the Sunshine Coast, Australien 

Charles University Prague, Tjeckien

University of Texas, USA 

University of Bristol 

Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, SLU

Uppsala universitet

Public authorities and agencies

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Swedish Forestry Agency

Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management

County Administrative Board Uppsala  

Uppsala Municipality

County Administrative Board Västmanland 

Water Council of Lake Mälar (In Swedish)

Enköping Municipality

Nyköping Water Council (In Swedish)

Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions

Businesses, including environmental consultancies

Tyréns AB


Swedish Organic Farmers Association Uppland (In Swedish)

Green Collar

Hanoi Innovative Learning Lab (HILL) (In Vietnamese)

Nudie Jeans

Swedish Global Compact Network

Skogsvision (In Swedish) 

Miljömatematik (In Swedish)

NGOs and other membership organisations concerned with environmental and land use issues

The Federation of Swedish Farmers

Swedish Hunters’ Association

Swedish Sami Organisation (Sámiid Riikasearvi, SSR) (In Swedish)

Swedish Society for Nature Conservation

Greenpeace International

Greenpeace Nordic

Arts and the media

Swedish Museums

The Artists' Association of Sweden

Uppsala Art Museum


Moderna Museet


Influencers of Sweden (In Swedish) 


International Environmental Communication Association, IECA

WECAN - EC-SLU alumni network (Link to WECAN Facebook group)

The County Administrative Boards’ network on environmental goals (In Swedish)

Climate Action Network International