The report Competences for a Sustainable Future from the is the first attempt to provide a unique picture of the particular STEM skills needed to drive development of a greener Nordic energy sector.
In cooperation with Arcada University of Applied Sciences, ANE Student Network held a CE Seminar.
Danish MEP Pernille Weiss and ANE Secretary General Inese Podgaiska discuss skills for a CE.
This report provides an overview of the need for STEM skills in the transition to and during a circular economy.
In the period 2019-2022, the Association of Nordic Engineers, Engineers Without Borders Denmark (EWBdk), and the Sierra Leone Institution of Engineers (SLIE) worked together on the project: Engineering the future in Sierra Leone – SDG capacity building.
On the occasion of the Nordic Clean energy week, the Association of Nordic Engineers, ANE, gathered together an expert panel to explore the impact of the green transition on the role of engineers and employment trends.