Tomer Shalit, Founder and CPO of ClimateView and Carey Hamilton, VP North America will be taking part in COP26 and join Business Sweden and Team Sweden in the Swedish Pavilion (Blue zone) to showcase the power of Swedish Innovations and take part in a number of important discussions and events.
Ranging from Swedish exports, Exponential Climate Policy, to Finance and Democracy, the events will cover a broad variety of topics on what needs to happen to accelerate the transition to zero.
We will be actively participating in two events in week 1 and leading two events in week 2. Join us! Live stream links will be posted on the relevant pages and on our linkedin and twitter closer to the time of the event.
Thursday 4 November 15.30 GMT
The purpose of this event is to share and showcase the Swedish Experience of successful export promotion of sustainable solutions and how Swedish exports contribute to the green transition globally.
Friday 5 November 14.15 GMT
Science makes it clear that policies need to enable and support businesses to align with the carbon law. The report Governing our Climate Future launched by the Global Challenges Foundation together with the Exponential Roadmap Initiative focuses on the policies and governance solutions needed to achieve this, building on the Exponential Roadmap: scaling 36 solutions to halve emissions by 2030. The policies should be purposeful and exponentially scalable.
This event will inspire and educate policymakers, business leaders and civil society in the policies and governance solutions needed to halve global emissions by 2030 and scale the 36 solutions identified.
Monday 8 November 13.00 GMT
Investment is the #1 challenge for cities when it comes to accelerating climate action. As we move from planning into implementation after Glasgow, cities will increasingly need to secure this crucial funding for their plans to materialise.
This event, hosted by Business Sweden and organised by ClimateView will be moderated by Andrew Wilson, Global Policy Director at the International Chamber of Commerce. It will bring together key voices from the financial and tech world to discuss how to make net-zero bankable for financiers and how technology can help cities understand the full impact that shifting to low carbon alternatives has on their economy and ultimately how they can make the business case for their transition and go after the funding they need.
Tuesday 9 November 17.00 GMT
Transparency and accountability are the markers of a democratic, equitable and just transition.
This event, hosted by Business Sweden and organised by ClimateView, will focus on the role that technology plays in driving accountability and engagement in Swedish climate policy.
Using Panorama, the Swedish digital roadmap running on ClimateOS, as a starting point, experts from government, business and tech will discuss the benefits of the technology and how it can drive progress internationally.
If you are interested in other events by Team Sweden, you will be able to find the calendar here.