2015 > 03

Date: April 16th 2015
Time: 1.30 pm - 7 pm
Venue: eHive & Gothenburg City Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden
For who? : Everyone interested in climate change 
Admission: Free of charge! 

The event is open to the public, all free of charge, and forms part of the International Science Festival in Gothenburg. 

Programme

Moderator: Katharina Brunat, entrepreneur and co-founder of A Win Win World. 

13.00 Doors open

13.30  Panel discussions 

1.  What can you do in your everyday life to take action against Climate Change?
(in Swedish) 

 
  • Ulrika Naezer, (also known as Avfallsfria Ada), editor for the paper Kretslopp, City of Gothenburg. 
  • Kiara Aiello, PhD Biology, Jena Universität, Germany. 


2. What can you do as a company or at your work to take action against Climate Change? (in English) 

  • Evan Williams, Branch Manager Northern Europe  for Climate Reality Project and Director of ClimateAction Project, from Glasgow Skottland.
  • Tom Lindberg, Wind-power entrepreneur and Managing Director at EcoHZ, from Oslo, Norge. 
  • Tove Ahlström, Environmental Controller at Karolinska University Hospital. Stockholm. Sweden. 
     

14.30  A Win Win World Co-Lab (in English and Swedish)
Workshop on solutions for how to take action for climate change on an everyday basis!

16.00  Mingle and networking                   

18.00 Lecture with Katharina Brunat (in Swedish)
English: What is wrong with the weather? Climate change on life and death.

In Swedish:  Vad är det för fel på vädret egentligen? 
Tromber i skärgården, bortblåsta tak och översvämning i källaren. Varför är det ingen snö på julafton och hur kan det hagla mitt i sommaren? Ja, vad är det för fel på vädret egentligen? Välkommen till en föreläsning med lösningar i fokus. Du får fakta, inspiration och konkreta verktyg för att hantera klimatförändringarna i din egen vardag. 

The International Science Festival, April 15-19th, Gothenburg, Sweden.  
With hundreds of activities and about 70,000 visits The International Science Festival in Gothenburg is one of Europe’s leading popular science events and the only one of its kind in Sweden. During the festival you will find everything from workshops, lectures, private shows, music, theatre, debates, exhibitions and seminars to meetings of researchers. The content spans all disciplines, from social science and the humanities to natural science and technology. This years theme is ”Life and death”.

Läs hela inlägget »

Archive

Latest news

Get A Win Win World's newsletter

Get Nudging Sweden's newsletter

#ActOnClimate          #ClimateHope          #AWinWinWorld

Follow our Facebook feed on positive sustainability news

Follow our Twitter feed on positive sustainability news

A Win Win World | Sustainability, resource efficiency, climate stability