The City of Malmö aims to create an urban environment with clean air and low noise levels. By 2030 all of Malmö will run on 100% renewable energy.
On 17-19 July, leaders from 44 countries meet at the UN High-level Political Forum in New York to collaborate with the academy, business and civil society on the Agenda 2030 and the UN's Global Sustainability Goals. Malmö city is the only municipality in the Swedish delegation led by the Minister of Civil Affairs, Ardalan Shekarabi invited to present its work on sustainable development.
Progressive eco-friendly development projects and multi-stakeholder social initiatives to promote health and well-being have put Malmö on the map as one of Northern Europe’s most sustainable cities.
A series of pioneering residential construction projects has attracted international attention and put Malmö on the map as one of the world’s top cities for sustainable urban development.
Between the 11–13 October 2017 the City of Malmö organised an international conference on local implementation of UN goal 14. Read more about it here.
Malmö aims to be a world-leading climate city. Our broad-based efforts cover everything from traffic to consumption. But we also work to adapt our city to climate changes like extreme precipitation.
The City of Malmö aims to make it easy for residents, industry and the municipality itself to make sustainable choices when it comes to commodities, services, travel, and waste management.
City of Malmö offers a wide range of technical visits on sustainable city development for municipalities, cities, organizations, associations and universities. It is possible to tailor your visit and combine multiple themes to your areas of interest.