The Environmental Protection Agency offers a variety of open data. We would like you to use it and discover new and interesting insights about the environment.
The Swedish EPA hopes that the increased transparency and accessibility of data on the environment will lead to increased participation and awareness of environmental issues in the community.
All our open data are collected in a service:
Open data from the Environmental Protection Agency
We are one of several Swedish agencies that work together to reach Sweden's environmental objectives with the vision of providing a better living environment for future generations.
The environmental Protection Agency has large amounts of data about the environment. Some examples are the amount of particles in urban air, the number of bears in the forest, the amount and types of protection of nature and its inhabitants. Also the amount of polluting substances, such as heavy metals, in nature and the risks they may pose to humans and the environment.
We want to share data about the environment with others and in new contexts. We believe that by combining our data with data from other sources, completely new benefits for society and for the environment can arise.
We display data using interactive charts to make them easier for others to understand. Currently, air pollution in different parts of Sweden can be viewed in real time.