Posts Tagged ‘Швеция’

(Russian) Почему в Швеции самые безопасные в мире дороги

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

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(Russian) Малоподвижность ведет к сокращению продолжительности жизни

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

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JCDecaux – Helping to Tackle Homelessness

Monday, December 9th, 2013

This is the time of the year when festive lights are switched on, shop windows get dressed up and homes are decked out for guests. Sadly there will be people without homes to go back to, and who will be watching these festivities while living on the streets.
JCDecaux recently worked with charities and organisations to help raise awareness of homelessness.


JCDecaux Chile ran a campaign called “A Reality that has no Filter” featuring People of the Streets, a foundation who works with those living on the streets. Social networks such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook were also utilised.
The campaign achieved very positive results, generating an increase in funding by 30% and the number of foundation partners by 25%.



UNICEF Sweden took on the issue of child refugees by running a street campaign using projections. In 2012, over 3,500 children arrive in Sweden alone and as refugees, but without suitable homes to go to, they end up on the streets and need help.
The nightly projections showed haunting silhouettes of these children roaming about the city aimlessly, and hiding from people and policemen. This powerful campaign sought to encourage people to sign a petition for the UN children’s rights treaty to be turned into official Swedish law.

The UK

Centrepoint, the UK’s leading charity for homeless young people conducted an experiential campaign with JCDecauxLive. This innovative campaign invited people to sleep outside in a makeshift outdoor bedroom in the financial heart of Canary Wharf.
The aim of the campaign was to get people “to sleep on the streets in order to help keep others off them”, and to inspire the business community to ensure a young person never has to sleep rough again.


JCDecaux is also involved in campaigns on other social issues such as disadvantaged children and missing people, read on to discover more.


(Russian) В Швеции ограничили использование водителями мобильных телефонов

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

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(Russian) Здесь не курят: каких успехов добились страны, вводившие антитабачные законы

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

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(Russian) Экологически чистый Стокгольм

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

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Energy effective hotel is built in Sweden

Monday, February 7th, 2011

The Rezidor Hotel Group has opened their new flagship in Sweden: the green Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel and Congress Centre.

The Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre with its spectacular glass facade has been designed by White and styled by RPW Design. Sustainability and flexibilitywere key aspects in the creation of the building. The facade for example acts as 1,040m2 of solar panelling and generates an average of 1MW of heating energy per day.

The warm air that is generated warms water that is then sent to colder parts of the building. And during the night, cold water is taken from Lake Klara for the 250 ton ice storage. Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre will be certified in accordance with the new “Green Building” EU standard, and is actually twice as energy effective than this standard requires.

Many of the walls and ceilings can be moved around or lifted away in order to divide up the area or create larger spaces. Advanced solutions for lighting, sound and telecommunications are also integrated.

Sweden campaign “Keep a Friend Warm”

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

The Sweden campaign for the homeless was created through a cooperation between the Femman department store and Stadsmissionen, a charity for the homeless, both in Gothenburg.

The ” Keep a Friend Warm” campaign urged Gothenburgers to leave their unwanted winter clothes at a temporary counter in the Femman entrance hall. The clothes were then redistributed by Stadsmissionen among the homeless.

Keep a friend warm campaign

Keep a friend warm campaign