The path we are on is not sustainable regarding the limits of our planet. If nobody slows us down, we may be on highway to hell. What is the best way for the Nordics to reduce global emissions? Is building battery factories in Swedish Lapland the answer? What are the implications for sustainable finance? Should finance ministers get their act together? Is there any Nordic value-added in the debate?
The UNFCCC is arranging its 25th climate change negotiations (COP25) in Madrid, from 2.12.2019 until 13.12.2019. The Nordic Council of Ministers will host a Nordic pavilion in Madrid and a larger hub in Stockholm during the COP25.
Time: 15.00-16.00 on Tuesday 10 December 2019
Venue: Norrsken House, Birger Jarlsgatan 57C, Stockholm
What is the best way for the Nordics to reduce global emissions?
Kjell Nilsson, Director, Nordregio
How to establish one of Europe´s largest battery factories?
Susanna Campbell, Member of the Board, Northvolt
What are the implications for sustainable finance, limits, tools?
Thomas Wrangdahl, First Vice President and Head of Lending, Nordic Investment Bank.
Nicholas Stern, Professor, London School of Economic and Political Science
Moderator in Stockholm: Jukka Ahonen, Head of Communications, Nordic Investment Bank
Host in Madrid: Pekka Morén, Co-chair (Sherpas), Coalition of Finance Ministers for Climate Action