eesd works to:
Promote sustainability We see our cooperation partners as interdependent organisations, which each one can make a difference because of the ties and networks that support them.
combat inequality. We assess and support active steps to share power, opportunity, income and wealth on a sound and just basis. Development cannot sustain if it merely distributes a portion of the proceeds of growth to the least well off.

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Land Issues:
Land Administration and Sustainable Urban Development in Indonesia. Cooperation between the National Land Administration Agencies 2008-2010 and
Just and Sustainable Shelter- For All. Improving Slum ConditionsTthrough Innovative Financing.
Vancouver: World Urban Forum 3, 2006 / Stockholm: Joint FIG-UN Habitat seminar, 2008 / Nanjing: World Urban Forum 4, 2008
Assignment by the National Housing Credit Guarantee Board and the National Land Administration Agency under the umbrella of Sweden’s Policy for Global Development, and

Energy and Climate:
Climate Change Mitigation Negotiations, Expert Groups, Capacity Building and Action plans for Energy Sector Assistance 1999-2009. Assignments for Sida and Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Evaluation of Norwegian Support to Private Sector Development. Promotion of green business and environmentally sound technologies. Uganda and South Africa 2009-2010
Drafting the Swedish Position on Energy Issues to the World Summit on Sustainable Development Johannesburg 2002. Swedish Government

Water Resources Management:
World Commission on Dams Forum Member Dams and Development Issues 1998-2004
Beijing-Hebei Eco Region Integrated Water Resources Management. Evaluation of SEI programme on behalf of Sida 2005
Clean Water and Clean Sea Integrating the Water Resources Management. Policy development and institutional framework amongst governmental agencies and industrial associations in Chile and Costa Rica based on Swedish experiences

Harmful Chemicals:
Environmentally Sound Technologies for Phasing Out Ozone Depleting Substances 2002-2003. Design of the Swedish ODS development assistance programme and evaluation of support to capacity building at Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences and
For a Toxics Free World - Phasing out hazardous chemicals and heavy metals. Evaluation and institutional development of an international NGO 2004, 2006
Global Network against Persistent Pollutants 2011, organizational development and financial management

Air Pollution and more:
Cleaner Production - Promotion, policies and capacity building in The Philippines. Evaluation of Sida supported programs 2005-2006
Evaluation of Swedish Support Model for demonstration of Environmental Technologies 2010
Strategies for Waste Management and EU Harmonisation, Serbia 2003 and 2006