Bottom Up model Goal Indicators Regional process Network
…Our aim to is to make EU understandable. EU works in the same way as we do in day-to-day politics, and the Lisbon Strategy is a good example of this...
Municipalities in Sörmland Regional level National level EU Holistic approach Bottom up Current situation What do we do? What do we want?
The vision The Sörmland County Strategy The Lisbon indicators Strategies to reach the goal The Lisbonstrategy in County of Sörmland Carry out the LisbonStrategy LRN LMP
Regional Council Sormland policy for project Reaction to action 20 to 80% Political ownership Start from where you are All-inclusive effort-all platform to be included Complex problems require complex solutions
One of our ten indicators Emission of greenhouse gases CO2 K/inhabitant 0 2 000 4 000 6 000 8 000 10 000 12 000 14 000 16 000 SörmlandStockholmSweden 19922002
The SSAB Case Situation & Challenges: Second largest emitter of CO2 emission in Sweden (> 2 mega tonnes/year) Unused potential to re-use 2,6 TWh/year Ramification of our EU commitment Multi stakeholder co-operation necessary, but lack of clear ownership Action so far & Next Steps: Multi stakeholder meeting January 2008 (e.g. SSAB, municipalities, energy provider, government, agencies) Technical and financial assessments Meeting with Government and EU reps Project planning (if previous steps indicates viability)
Lisbon Regions network 10 high performing regions are involved, more regions are on the way Political ownership in the network Transnational project www.lisbonregionsnetwork.eu
LisbonRegionsNetwork Important for our development goals Successes, failures Lessons learnt
My visions/future ambitions Lisbon Monitoring Platform 80 % action EU-funds- communicating policy for all projects – how to communicate with the citizens Work more clearly with the results – demand results -support with competence -expose good examples