Saturday May 2nd
How can we rebuild our communities to become more resilient in the wake of covid-19 and the current economic recession? The Agenda 2030 gives us a roadmap - but is it still useful?
USING AGENDA 2030 TO BUILD BACK BETTER
Saturday May 2nd - 12.00 Central European Summer Time
Linnéa van Wegenen - Agenda2030-coordinator in Ljusdals municipality
Frida Johnson - Agenda2030-coordinator in Tierps municipality
Gabriel Liljenström - Former advisor to the Vice Prime Minister with responsibility for Agenda 2030
HOW DO WE BUILD AN ECONOMY IMMUNE TO NEW CRISES
Saturday May 2nd - 13.00 Central European Summer Time
To embrace a more resilient post-COVID society, we must build new economic initiatives and perspectives. From local currencies, CBDC like e-krona, or the Modern Monetary Theory in U.S, several projects around the world are being developed to build back a better economy, focused on people and the planet.
Andreu Honzawa is a Spanish political scientist specialized in local, social and complementary currencies. He has been part of the development of Grama, a local currency in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona), and is currently working on a project for a local currency in Kenya.
Nil Codina - Founder of Coronomy.
COLLABORATIONS ACROSS BORDERS FOR SUSTAINABLE CHANGE
Saturday May 2nd - 14.00 Central European Summer Time
Better food and more carbon in the ground? Malmö based Miljömatematik is on a mission to transform the food- and agricultural system and make food a part of a solution for thriving sustainable communities within the planetary boundaries. Jessica will elaborate on their cross-disciplinary method to create collaboration between academia, industry & government for large scale change.
Jessica Johansson, Senior transition consultant at Miljömatematik AB and one of the co-founders of the carbon sequestering service kolinlagring.se