Sustainable development

Växjö - the Greenest City in Europe, both a vision and ambition. Broad cooperation on many levels, unanimous politicians and long term work around the environmental issues is important in City of Växjö.

Växjö has the goal to be a Fossil Fuel Free municipality already 2030.


Steering documents and information brochures 

City of Växjö have some steering documents and information brochures in English.

Transport plan

Wooden strategy

Miljöbroschyr, engelsk

About the environmental work in Växjö

 

 

 

 

 

Miljöprogram broschyrens framsida

 Environmental Programme, 2014

 

 

 

 

 
More brochures


Earth Week 2016

Växjö supports WWF's climate manifestation Earth Hour, because we are aiming on becoming a Fossil fuel free city by 2030. Växjö is also striving to make the environment sustainable in a wider sense. Therefore, we arranged “Earth Week” for the third time.

www.vaxjo.se/earthweek


COP 21

Växjö were represented in Paris during COP21 the 30 of November

Different stakeholders in Växjö appointed the Växjö Declaration in March 2015 during Earth Week. The message is for the Swedish Government, European local authorities and Paris COP21. We have to act now! Växjö Declaration  


The ICLEI World Congress 8-12 April, 2015 in Seoul, Korea

The Korea Herald English article


Växjö wooden buildings on White House Rural Council

White house web


Mayor Bo Frank, Conservative, make a presentation "Circular Economy in Växjö" in Brussels June 2014. Youtube 


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