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Magazine articles on politics and society in Scandinavia.
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Chemistry World
April 4, 2008
Richard Van Noorden
Dutch Power Ahead with Carbon Capture The first Dutch trial to capture carbon dioxide from a power plant's waste gas emissions has been launched in Rotterdam, Europe's largest port. mark for My Articles 447 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Richard Morgan
Today, Countries Battle for a Piece of the Arctic. Tomorrow? The Moon. What has gone unnoticed amid the international clamor between Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia, and the US is that the Arctic battle has implications that reach far beyond the top of Earth. The squabbling will be a prelude to -- and even set the tone for -- eventual sovereignty claims on the moon. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
National Defense
October 2007
Lawrence P. Farrell
Energy: `One Big Thing' Having spent nearly a year a half in Sweden, U.S. Ambassador to Sweden Michael M. Wood has had the opportunity to see what the Swedes have been doing about energy. He finds much to applaud. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2007
Glacier Power As an island country, Iceland would face difficult challenges in exporting energy. So instead, the country's government is importing manufacturers that need energy, the idea behind the Karahnjukar hydropower project. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
March 2007
Jonathan Kandell
Helsinki Warming The city of Sibelius, known as a center for innovative technology and design, now stakes its claim as an urban hot spot. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 1, 2006
S.J. Caplan
Norway Says "No Way!" The Norwegian state pension fund blacklists naughty corporations. Wal-Mart, Honeywell, and Lockheed Martin all make the list. Investors, don't take the country's socially responsible stance lightly. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
January 31, 2005
Gail Edmondson
Retire? More Finns Are Thinking Twice No question, even Finland has plenty of work ahead. But the wake-up call has spurred companies to experiment as never before with getting the best out of older workers. mark for My Articles 333 similar articles
November 17, 2003
Gail Edmondson
The Nokia Economy Policymakers these days trek to Finland from all corners of the globe. The question is always the same: How did Finland, land of pulp and paper, become a tech powerhouse, home to a global champion like Nokia? mark for My Articles 188 similar articles
September 29, 2003
Stanley Reed
A Blow to the Euro? Sweden's "no" vote may alter the path of EU integration. mark for My Articles 266 similar articles
August 4, 2003
Reed & Sains
What'll It Be, Sweden? Its September vote on adopting the euro has the nation on edge mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
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