Welcome to a co-hosted event by the Nordic Council of Ministers and Global Compact Network Sweden! This event is a part of the COP25 Stockholm Hub. The focus of the event is to discuss what role companies play in climate action and what the youth expects from them in terms of commitment. The event will discuss what companies need to do and can do, as well as what companies are currently doing. The event will also talk about what youth expects from companies, as future employees as well as current and future consumers.
Invited to the event will be a mix of company representatives and students as well as youth from Nordic countries.
Welcome and introduction
Maria Collin, Executive Director at Global Compact Network Sweden
Fanny Rehula, Project Officer at Nordic Council of Ministers.
The event will be moderated by Vide Richter, Sustainability Consultant at AFRY.
Exponential Climate Action – What companies can and should do
Pernilla Bergmark, Master Researcher, Sustainability at Ericsson and Co-Author of “Exponential Climate Action Roadmap”.
The status of Sustainability work within Nordic Companies
Morten Jastrup, Managing Partner at Nordic Sustainability and Author of “Nordic Businesses and the 2030 Agenda: Global Compact Nordic Survey 2019”.
Expectations from Nordic youth
Kristoffer Ravnbøl, CEO and Co-founder of Naboskap and Co-Author of “Nordic Youth As Sustainable Changemakers : In the transition to sustainable consumption and production”.
Ida Marie Neergaard
Alva Jonevret, Vice President Stockholm School of Economics Students for Climate Action.
Ulrika Skantze, Head of Talent Acquisition at Cybercom.
Cooperative workshop with all participating company representatives and students. The output of the workshop will be key messages to the business sector and the political level.
Time: 6 December 2019 at 14:00 to 15:30.
Address: Norrsken House, Birger Jarlsgatan 57 C, 113 56 Stockholm.
Registration: The seminar is free of charge. Please register before 2 December HERE