The garden of the County Governor’s residence, Strandgatan 1, Visby on June 28, 2009
13.30 Music in the garden
14. 00 Welcome
Ms. Marianne Samuelsson, County Governor of Gotland
Ms. Ebba Lindsö, CEO Respect
Climate justice and human rights
Ms. Mary Robinson, Vice President of the Club of Madrid, Co-Chair of Road to Copenhagen and Former President of Ireland
How can climate smart initiatives be profitable?
Experiences from BLICC (Business Leaders Initiative on Climate Change)
Mr. Fredrik Wirdenius, CEO Vasakronan
The role of developed countries in technology development and diffusion
Ms. Gro Harlem Brundtland, Member of the Club of Madrid, Co-Chair of Road to Copenhagen and Former Prime Minister of Norway
District heating - Technology to fix warmer homes and a cooler planet
Ms. Lena Sommestad, CEO Swedish District Heating Association
Energy self-sufficient housing. With high goals, come high standards
Ms. Mia Torpe, Head of Environment HSB
How can we manage climate change and secure sustainable growth?
Ms. Margot Wallström, Vice President of the European Commission, Co-Chair of Road to Copenhagen
Challenges and opportunities to do right
Mr. Göran Holm, CEO Coca-Cola Sweden
A European Eco-Efficient Economy
Ms. Maud Olofsson, Minister for Enterprise and Energy, Deputy Prime Minister
Panel: New Leadership – defining how to save the planet
Ms. Mary Robinson, Ms. Gro Harlem Brundtland, Ms. Margot Wallström, Ms. Maud Olofsson, Mr. Håkan Bryngelson, Vice Chairman of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, Mr. Martin Vesper, CEO Yello Strom AB, Mr. Johan Siverklev, CEO Air2Air Sweden AB
How can business contribute to climate justice?
How can we ensure sustainable leadership?
What opportunities do you see ahead?
16.15 Closing remarks by Mary Robinson
The seminar is open and free of charge.
Date: Sunday 28th June
Place: The Residence of the Gotland County governor, Strandgatan 1, Visby, Sweden
Margot Wallström, Mary Robinson and Gro Harlem Brundtland answer questions on how Sweden, during the EU presidency, can take the lead to bring about an effective climate agreement in Copenhagen in December 2009.
For more information please contact:
Karin Henriksson, Head of communication Respect
, Phone: +46 (0)70 2282951
Lars Bäckman, Information Manager Länsstyrelsen Gotland
, Phone: +46 (0)70 - 533 98 45
About Road to Copenhagen
Road to Copenhagen is a joint climate initiative by Club of Madrid, Globe Europe and Respect Table. The objective is to contribute to the conclusion of a fair climate agreement by advancing the debate on climate justice. It brings together people...