Aland, together with its Nordic neighbors, has agreed to work for the region to become the world's most sustainable. It includes working for carbon neutrality and a sustainable circular economy.
Welcome to an inspirational afternoon as we explore: What can Åland's business community do to make the vision a reality? How is the interaction between companies and politicians?
On the agenda:
- Entrepreneurial initiative: The Haga Initiative's secretary general Nina Ekelund and the organization's coordinator Ulrika Erkenborn Rugumayo explain how Swedish companies work together in order to reduce emissions and raise the climate issue.
- Political agenda: Åland's Minister of Development and Sustainability Alfons Röblom talks about how they work towards the vision and to involve the business community.
- Talks about climate change and collaboration Business and politics: Entrepreneurs from the network group for sustainable large companies, Anette Höglund chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Sustainability Ambassador Optinova Group, Dan-Mikael Granlund, Granlunda Farm and Granlunda Environment, Nina Ekelund Hagainitativet (Sweden) and Alfons Röblom from the Åland Landscape Government.
When? January 15 at. 14:30 - 17:30 (mingle from 16:30)
Where? Alandica Culture & Congress
The event is free but you need to register at email@example.com by January 13th. We offer tea / coffee and snacks.
Please note that you can attend parts of the seminar if you find it difficult to participate during the whole session.
Organizers: Nordic Council of Ministers, Haga initiative, Nordic Institute on Åland