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Measures for better water quality
- the past and future challenges
• The first ”water management programme” was adopted in 1973. Hard
work and successful collaboration lead to great improvements.
• Treatment of wastewater and stormwater have improved and lake
restoration has been carried out, but there is still much to do.
• The concentrations of phosphorous has declined in all lakes compared
to the 1990:s.
• The action plan for good water status and the local programmes of measures creates a basis for reaching
the environmental goals at the same time
that the city is expanding.

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  • Sponge City

    This is an idea that aims to solve the problem of storm water in stockholm.

    The idea is inspired by creating a city that is deliberately designed to imitate

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  • Water Art

    Clean and healthy water is a basic human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal No 6 is to improve the quality of water, so that everyone has access to clean water by 2030. The citizens of Stockholm need new intuitive ways to gain awareness and empowerment regarding the water status, because the general picture of good water quality is not always in line with the reality. The idea with Water Art is to make citizens aware and active regarding the water quality through visualization via water related art installations.

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  • Water Education Package

    Clean and healthy water is a basic human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal No 6 is to improve the quality of water, so that everyone has access to clean water by 2030. The citizens of Stockholm need new intuitive ways to gain awareness and empowerment regarding the water status, because the general picture of good water quality is not always in line with the reality. By teaching children about the water quality you automatically teach the parents. The water Education Package is a education package developed to make teaching about the water cycle and water quality more easy and fun. It's build on three different parts: 1. Collected information about the water cycle, 2. Visits and experiments and 3. Game (think Minecraft). The ready-to-use package is easy, but it's crucial that it's designed with the curriculum in mind.

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  • Go With The Flow! Water quality awareness campaign

    The 'Go With The Flow' concept focuses on the issue of litter being swept from the streets by stormwater into the waterbodies of Stockholm. Only half of the stormwater is managed at the moment, which leaves half to still run freely from the streets to water bodies. Consequently, the water gets polluted and the water status is not preserved nor improved. We've discovered that the public is uninformed about this matter and our idea is to inform with the goal of behavioral change among citizens. The idea starts with visible and conspicuous arrows with litter images along sidewalks all over town leading to water bodies. Moreover, they follow a route stormwater takes. Thereafter, informative displays at various train and bus stations followed by a national discussion of water status by water experts with inclusion of public participation. Further water information can be provided in website, documentaries, youtube channel and annual water competition participated by students from various universities. Since water is a national resource, therefore, it should be treated with such national attention it deserves.

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  • Water Info App

    Clean and healthy water is a basic human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal No 6 is to improve the quality of water, so that everyone has access to clean water by 2030. The citizens of Stockholm need new intuitive ways to gain awareness and empowerment regarding the water status, because the general picture of good water quality is not always in line with the reality. The Water Info App is an application where you can get information about, for example, different swimming locations and fishing locations around Stockholm city. The application would be connected to sensors in the water that's reading the water quality. Via the sensors you get real time information about the water quality at the different swimming or fishing spots. You could also connect the sensor data to a dog collar or a notifier on your boat.

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  • Water Bus

    Clean and healthy water is a basic human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal No 6 is to improve the quality of water, so that everyone has access to clean water by 2030. The citizens of Stockholm need new intuitive ways to gain awareness and empowerment regarding the water status, because the general picture of good water quality is not always in line with the reality. The idea with the Water Bus is to give the citizens of Stockholm a free and easy way to get access to swimming spots with good water quality, around the city and in the archipelago. The bus uses the sensor data distributed by Ericsson and Stockholm Stad to find the best swimming spots for the day. In other words, the bus goes to different places depending on where the best water quality is that day. On the bus you would get nudge information about the water quality and what you as a citizen can do to help improve it.

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  • Water Post - What you see is what you drink

    Clean and healthy water is a basic human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal No 6 is to improve the quality of water, so that everyone has access to clean water by 2030. The citizens of Stockholm need new intuitive ways to gain awareness and empowerment regarding the water status, because the general picture of good water quality is not always in line with the reality. This is where the water post comes in. The idea with the concept is to make it clear that the drinking water comes from Mälaren - basically, what you see is what you drink. Apart from providing a good clean drink of water the water post will also provide information about current water status and how you can help improve it.

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