Sweden has the ability to contribute to sustainable solutions – both in Sweden and globally. We have advanced environmental technology, system solutions and processes that we can export to help with the transition in other countries that have not made as much progress as Sweden. By exporting sustainable solutions we can help to bring about the system shift that is essential in order to meet the sustainability goals.
At the seminar we will talk about how necessary transformations can and must take place to achieve a sustainable society. We will explore the global situation and attempt to identify the main areas where solutions are needed to save the climate and our planet.
Specifically, we will show how Sweden can contribute to solutions in other countries by exporting knowledge and technology in recycling, waste incineration and battery production. We will also be focusing on resource management and circularity, and what these require in terms of a system shift and societal changes.
Participating in the seminar:
Björn Ola Linnér, Swedish climate policy researcher and Professor at Linköping University.
Birgitta Resvik, member of IVA’s Electrical Engineering Division
Elin Larsson, former Sustainability Director at Filippa K, founder of Elco
Magnus Huss, IKEM
Klas Eklund, senior economist
Peter Carlsson, founder and CEO, Northvolt
Johan Kuylenstierna, Moderator