Malin Frenning appointed advisor to the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
AFRY’s Malin Frenning, Head of Division Infrastructure, has been selected by the Swedish government to be a member of the advisory council of the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. The appointment lasts from 1 February 2021 to 31 December 2023.
The Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management has an advisory council whose members are appointed by the government. The advisory council functions as an advisory body. The council's mission is to ensure transparency in the agency's operations and to provide advice to the Director General. The agency’s Director General Jakob Granit is Chair of the advisory council.
“I am honoured to have been entrusted a place on the advisory council of the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. Water constitutes one of our most important resources and marine and water-related issues are dear to me. I look forward to contributing to the assignment of the agency regarding the preservation, restoration and sustainable use of lakes, streams, seas and fishery resources,” says Malin Frenning.
The Swedish Agency for Marine and Water works for flourishing seas, lakes and streams for the benefit and enjoyment of all. They are responsible for managing the use and preventing the overuse of Sweden's marine and freshwater environments. When doing this, they take the requirements of the ecosystem and people, both now and in the future, into consideration.