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Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment

The Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment, SIME, or Havsmiljöinstitutet in Swedish, is a national centre for interdisciplinary analysis and synthesis. On the government’s behalf, we provide a coherent description of the environmental status of the seas around Sweden.

The Institute’s activities are based on collaboration between five universities: Umeå University, Stockholm University, Linnaeus University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and University of Gothenburg. By participating in relevant research and development projects, the Institute works to ensure that current research results are applied in managing the sea. We help making best possible knowledge available for decisions on marine management.


SIME participates in The Ocean Conference of the United Nations in New York

The Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment will make a number of contributions to the high-level United Nations ocean conference. The conference aims to support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.

Read more about SIME´s participation.

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