Sign up, as well as all events, are free of charge.
Attend online or at Norrsken House, Birger Jarlsgatan 57C in Stockholm.
Come and build your future in Minecraft when the Danish Architecture Center and ArkDes together with the Nordic Council invites you to answer the question: What kind of architecture do you want in YOUR future? Together we will solve climate challenges such as flooding, biodiversity and increasing populations in cities and build our visions for the future in Minecraft.
- We advice to register and secure a spot as we only have few tickets at the venue
- Starts: 11.00, 13.00, and 15.00
- For persons from 7 years and up
Danish Architecture Center and ArkDes
The Radical Ocean Futures is an art-science exhibition that blends art and science. Presented by its creator, Andrew Merrie from the Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University, the exhibition shows four thought-provoking images that describe utopian and dystopian marine futures. The stunning images are designed by concept artist Simon Stålenhag.
Stockholm Resilience Centre
We open the backdoor and you get the last updates from the UN Climate negotiations.
Join this innovative and interactive eating experience to co-create the climate-smart menu of the future. Bring your friends and help design the best tasting food combinations from a list of sustainable food options in the 31T experience. The event merges technology and gastronomy to help inspire everyday, personalized climate activism through food. It brings together the engaging power of chefs, designers and artists with the creativity of everyday food heroes. The outcome of the session will inform a delicious 1.5 degree-
menu. You need to register for this event here.
Nordic Food Policy Lab and the Nordic Council of Ministers
Joint event between Stockholm and Madrid 📺
Why don’t grownups care about climate change?” That is a question many parents most likely will be answering their children in the 2020’s, unless we as adults, role models and political leaders start to act as though we mean business when it comes to saving our planet and securing a safe future for our children. With Greta Thunberg as their trailblazer, children are starting to educate their parents and demand responsibility. Are roles changing while the poles are melting? Is climate change changing parenthood?
Host: Sara Bro (DK)
Sara Bro is a well-known Danish TV- and radio host, author and public figure, wanting to inspire other women not to be ashamed of their bodies. This year, she was a host at an event at “Ungdommens Folkemøde” 2019: a discussion with politicians and the young generation about one of the biggest questions of our time: How we solve the climate crisis.
Terje Håkonsen (NO)
Terje Håkonsen is a Norwegian professional snowboarder and entrepreneur. He is considered one of the most influential snowboarders in the history of the sport. He has founded both the Funkisstiftelsen, a foundation intended to initiate and inspire activities on snow for those with physical disabilities, and Greener Events, a leader in facilitating and providing advice on environmental awareness for all types of sporting and cultural events.
Anna Gedda (SE):
Anna Gedda is Head Of Sustainability at H&M. For several years in a row, her name has been on "The Most Powerful Women in Business: Social Change"- list in Sweden, including this year's list. Her goal for is for H&M only to use durable or recycled materials before 2030, be climate positive throughout the value chain before 2040 and continue to improve working conditions for factory workers.
Lena Endre (SE):
Lena Endre is one of Sweden's most popular and successful actresses. This year, she got the honorable assignment to read Lord Alfred Tennyson's poem "Nyårsklockan" at Skansen on New Year's Eve 2019. Furthermore, she is a Greenpeace Ambassador, who, among other things, has been leading the call to Protect the Antarctic.
Nordic Council of Ministers
Events are open to the public, but some require registration (see program above). Events are free of charge. Attend at Norrsken House, Birger Jarlsgatan 57C in Stockholm.
Please note that changes in the program may occur. Check for updates.
Are you concerned about climate change and want to see some action? Let’s talk! From 2nd to 13th of December the Nordic Co-operation invite you to watch and participate in a wide range of climate events in relation to the UN climate negotiations – the COP25. Our mission is to create a backdoor into the COP25 and open it up for our Nordic citizens.
The new vision for the Nordic Cooperation states that we shall become the most sustainable region in the world by 2030. This is quite ambitious, but if we can’t make it, who else?
We have the resources, the knowledge, we have the political platforms and we have climate concerned citizens who demand changes. Let’s talk about how we can get there.
You don’t have to travel to Madrid to take part in and get wiser about what’s going on when the world leaders meet to solve the climate crisis.
You can come to Stockholm instead. We’ve invited experts, ministers, NGOs and last, but not least the climate concerned general public to Norrsken House in Stockholm city center. We’re also creating a virtual backdoor into the COP25 in Madrid. Experts and guests in Madrid will join us live in order to share and discuss their expertise and insights into the climate negotiations.
The ambition is to open up the UN Climate negotiations to the general public and to:
Our partner for the arrangements at Norrsken House is Global Utmaning – an independent think-tank that promotes sustainable development within social, economic and environmental dimensions.
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