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Stockholm: European Green Capital 2010, Europe, European Green Capital 2010, Green Capital, Stockholm, Sweden

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UN-Umweltkonferenz in Stockholm, UN Environment Conference in Stockholm, Overcultivation in Europe, EU to support development of electric vehicle transport roads in Europe, EEA report: Air quality in Europe 2013, WWF EU sniffer dog programme, Environment State and Outlook report — SOER 2010 —released, Weltwasserwoche in Stockholm, World Water Week Stockholm, Alternativer Nobelpreis 2009 für Klimaschutz, Right Livelihood Award 2009 for Climate Protection, Sweden introduces climate labelling for food, Study reveals startling decline in European birds, Alternativer Nobelpreis 2015, Right Livelihood Award 2015 for Climate Protection, Vitoria-Gasteiz – European Green Capital 2012, Nantes – European Green Capital 2013, Stockholm ist die Grüne Hauptstadt 2010, Hamburg ist die Grüne Hauptstadt Europas 2011, Hamburg - European Green Capital 2011, The first meeting of the European Marine World Heritage, Vorstellung des Berichts des Weltklimarats IPCC in Stockholm, IPCC releases the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5), Cyanide mining technologies should be banned in the EU, European Natura 2000 Award, EUA Report "Water resources across Europe — confronting water scarcity and drought", 11,000 alien species invade Europe - A comprehensive overview, Climate Change in Europe - New report released by the European Environment Agency, Natura 2000 network expanded, World's oldest living tree discovered in Sweden, Collision between bulk carrier and container vessel, Results on EU land cover and use published for the first time, European Parliament rejected calls to ban deepwater drilling in Europe's waters, Jülich scientists conduct research on climate in Europe using Zeppelin NT, European Red List of Birds launch, Impacts of Europe's changing climate, Greenpeace drops rocks off Sweden's coast, Stress tests for Europe's atomic power plants, Commission review gives Member States a ‘must do better’ report for Marine Strategies, World's first eHighway opens in Sweden, Stockholm und Hamburg erste „Grüne Hauptstädte Europas”, Stockholm and Hamburg win first European Green Capital awards, Environmental statistics in Europe: Facts and figures on the environment: from environmental taxes to water resources, Europe's dragonflies, beetles and butterflies under threat, Populations of grassland butterflies decline almost 50 % over two decades, European Commission launches public debate on protecting Europe's forests against climate change, First Digital Map on Land Cover in Europe, Europe’s amphibians and reptiles under threat, Sweden lifts ban on nuclear power, Incident at the Forsmark nuclear power plant:, Tanker Othello collides with another ship, Essen officially becomes the European Green Capital for 2017, Nijmegen Green Capital 2018, Sweden passes climate law to be carbon neutral by 2045, Study: Electricity consumption in Europe will shift under climate change, Mapping the sources and level of air pollution in Europe: Commission publishes new Air Quality Index and Atlas, Ancient ferns highly threatened in Europe – IUCN Red List