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Mapping of antibiotic resistance in wild species in the aquatic environment

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
cpvs
90710000

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Research and development services and related consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
cpvs
73000000, 33698100, 71620000, 71900000, 73111000, 73200000, 79311300, 85148000, 90710000

The Ministry of Climate and the Environment (KLD) has given the Norwegian Environment Agency the task of mapping reservoirs for antibiotic resistance in Norwegian nature. The development of resistance against antibiotics is a fast growing problem in the world. A mapping shall be carried out on the occurrence of bacteria that are resistant to relevant clinical antibiotics in wild species in Norway. The survey shall cover wild species in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Samples shall be obtained form areas with a high level of human activity, but we would also like samples to be obtained from areas with a low level of human activity. Any occurrence of antibiotic resistance shall be assessed against any known exposure to antibiotics and heavy metals, such as copper, zinc and cadmium.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 10, 2017
cpvs
73000000, 33698100, 71620000, 71900000, 73111000, 73200000, 79311300, 85148000, 90710000

The Ministry of Climate and the Environment (KLD) has given the Norwegian Environment Agency the task of mapping reservoirs for antibiotic resistance in Norwegian nature. The development of resistance against antibiotics is a fast growing problem in the world. A mapping shall be carried out on the occurrence of bacteria that are resistant to relevant clinical antibiotics in wild species in Norway. The survey shall cover wild species in terrestrial and aquatic environments. Samples shall be obtained form areas with a high level of human activity, but we would also like samples to be obtained from areas with a low level of human activity. Any occurrence of antibiotic resistance shall be assessed against any known exposure to antibiotics and heavy metals, such as copper, zinc and cadmium.

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Following evaluation of the support scheme Climate Bet

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 1, 2017  -  Deadline May 18, 2017
cpvs
90713000

The support program Climate Bet is a national support scheme for mitigation in municipalities, which was created in 2016. The scheme is administered by the Environment Directorate. Environment Agency offer on a continuous evaluation of the support scheme.

Occurrence of antibiotikaresistensmarkørgen

Miljødirektoratet | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
cpvs
73000000

Environment Agency needs to ascertain the incidence of reservoirs of antibiotic resistance marker genes, including NPTII gene and natural variants thereof, in bacterial populations preferably from wild species in Norwegian nature. Further descriptions in the contract Appendix 1.

Information about the causes of deforestation in Norway

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
cpvs
90700000

Norway reports an annual greenhouse gas emissions of just over 2 million tonnes of CO2 equivalents from deforestation to the UNFCCC. With deforestation meant permanent reassignment of forest land for purposes other than forestry. Environment Directorate wants this mission to obtain more information about deforestation in Norway, including mapping the extent of deforestation, what are the causes and drivers of deforestation, and appropriate measures to reduce deforestation.

Information about the climate impact of grazing

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
cpvs
90713000

Environment Directorate wishes with this mission to provide information about the climate impact of having livestock on pasture in Norway. The overarching issues we want discussed are; • What is the climate effect of having animals in the pasture? • What is the climate effect of having animals grazing on uncultivated / unfertilized pastures, compared with having animals grazing on land which fertilized? • When controlled grazing pressure, what is the optimal number of grazing animals per unit area in terms of nitrogen balance and carbon balance, and hence emissions and removals of greenhouse gases?

Analysis of potential and barriers for local climate action

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 29, 2017
cpvs
73000000

Environment Agency wants an analysis of the potential for local climate action, ie measures that municipalities can influence to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As well as the barriers prevent any the potential triggered. The purpose of the analysis is to increase the knowledge of local measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. We would especially like to date overview and analysis of how much and what kind of measures the municipal sector can contribute to triggering. What happens already with the current framework? Which mitigation and possible mitigation trigger may not? If there is potential for the local authorities to help trigger greater greenhouse gas reductions than they do today, what barriers prevent them? The analysis will be delivered in the form of a written report and oral presentation, within 12.01.2017.

Learning Survey design on harvesting traditions

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 16, 2017
cpvs
80100000

As part of the follow-up report. St. 18 (2015-2016) Outdoors, Nature as a source of health and quality of life would Environment Directorate to get prepared a learning program about harvesting traditions for use in schools. Learning sessions to be included as part of the focus The natural Rucksack (DNS). DNS is a commitment to education for sustainable development aimed at primary and Vg1. Teaching methods should provide information on the harvesting and harvesting traditions perspective of sustainability and be directed to primary and / or Vg1. Learning The plan should: - provide knowledge about harvesting traditions in a historical perspective - providing updated knowledge of harvesting, including knowledge about the rules for harvesting resulting from the public right and Outdoor Recreation - contribute to the development of skills in harvesting that is relevant in today's society - understanding of how harvesting of natural resources through the outdoor life can contribute to sustainable development, for example. by looking at the advantages and disadvantages associated with the use of food from nature in the community compared to foods produced through farming in Norway or imported from abroad. - place emphasis on highlighting the contribution harvesting provides both with regard to environmental, economic and social sustainability, for example. by adding up to discuss the health effects of harvesting activities.
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