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Circular Table Talks V

Circularity and 21st century Logistics

We Don't Have Time
Ragn-Sells

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Circular Table Talks V

Circularity and 21st century Logistics

We Don't Have Time
Ragn-Sells

We Don't Have Time and Ragn-Sells are proud to present the sixth episode in a series of nine in-depth table talks on the subject of circularity. The series will explore new and exciting ideas that have the potential to benefit people, the planet and build green economies locally and globally. Bringing together experts on the circular economy, showing examples of projects applying these principles in real life and challenging preconceived notions of what is and isn't waste.

This episode will focus on fossil fuel free logistics and how we can transform the way goods arrive and then are delivered. But also how the waste generated is taken out of our communities in ways that have a drastically lower carbon footprint, reduce traffic congestion and help build greener, more liveable cities.

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15:00 / 09:00 AM - Introduction segment

The theme of the episode is presented. Nick Nuttall Host, Strategic Communications Director of We Don't Have Time & Pär Larshans, Co-host, Director of Sustainability at Ragn-Sells


15:10 / 09:10 AM - From A to B and Back Again: Circularity and 21st century Logistics

  • Keynote from Mattias Lindahl, Mistra REES
  • Panel with: Stig Fjærli, Ragn-Sells Norway
  • Sophia Sundberg CEO of Barkarby Science
  • Tobias Åbonde Head of concept, Bring

15:40 / 09:40 AM - Heavy logistics and how to green this part of the supply and logistics chain.

  • Chris Snyder, Via
  • Jonas Wibom, Ragn-Sells Treatment & Detox Sweden
  • Anna Pärnestål, Scania e-Mobility Pilot Partner
  • Åsa Pettersson, Swedenergy

16:20 / 10:20 AM - Summary

  • Nick Nuttall and Pär Larshans give their reflections.

Circular Table Talks V

Hosts

Nick Nuttall

 (
)

Host, Strategic Communications Director, We Don't Have Time

Previously with the Times Newspaper London, the U.N. Environment, and the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, Nick was the Director of Communications and Spokesperson for the Paris Agreement of 2015. More recently, he has served as the Director of Communications for the Global Climate Action Summit that took place in San Francisco in September 2018.

https://www.earthday.org

Pär Larshans

 (
SE
)

Co-host, Director of Sustainability, Ragn-Sells

Pär is an award winner in communication, social sustainability, and intrapreneurship, listed multiple times by Trust Across America as one of the Top Thought Leaders in Trust. He is the current appointed expert for setting environmental targets for sea and coastal regions in Sweden and for the coalition group for climate-neutral Swedish industry by 2045.

Speakers & guests

Anna Pernestål

 (
SE
)
Head of Society Partnerships at Scania e-Mobility Pilot Partner

Anna Pernestål is passionate for technology and innovation for a sustainable society. Currently she is head of society partnerships at Scania Pilot partner, with the mission to accelerate the shift to emissionfree, electrified transport through innovative solutions and partnership. Anna has 20 years of experience from the transport sector, and has worked with road and rail, and within academia and industry. She has a PhD in systems engineering and is docent at KTH Royal inststitute of technology. Her focus is on the system perspective, i.e. how technology can fit together with business models, society and users to really contribute to a sustainable future.

Stig Fjærli

 (
NO
)
Head of Large Clients and Beloved City Norway

Experienced sales and marketing leader with strong track records developing and leading high performance sales units in various industries, by applying value bases business principles. Extensive competence in concept developments across industries by extracting best practices and with an entrepreneurial and customer oriented mindset seeking opportunities were others see problems.

Åsa Pettersson

 (
SE
)
CEO, Swedenergy

Åsa Pettersson is the CEO of Swedenergy since April 2021. Swedenergy is a non-profit industry and special interest organisation for companies that supply, distribute, sell, and store energy. Mainly electricity, heating, and cooling. Swedenergy monitors and promotes the interests of its members and the Swedish energy sector in general. The organisation has a total of 400 members, which includes state-owned, municipal, and private companies as well as associations within the energy sector. Åsa comes from a position as head of Public Affairs & Sustainability at Scania, a global manufacturer of trucks and buses, which she held between 2014- 2021. As such, she was responsible finding way to drive the shift to a sustainable transport system in dialogue with society and working in partnerships. She has more than to 20 years of experience of working with sustainability and public affairs in the transport and energy sector in Stockholm and Brussels. Before joining Scania, she worked with sustainability and public affairs at the Swedish energy company Vattenfall AB at which she occupied various leading positions, including Head of Group Public Affairs and, Head of Group Sustainability. She has a Master of Arts focused in Political Science & French from Lund University and completing studies in Climate Change and & Environmental protection from Stockholm University.

Chris Snyder

 (
US
)
Co-COO of Via and CEO of Via Europe

Chris Snyder is the Co-COO of Via and the CEO of Via Europe. Chris manages Via's European business as well as the global team responsible for the scoping, implementation, and operational success of Via's platform partnerships with cities, transport authorities, and operators. Chris joined Via in April 2015 in Chicago where he served as General Manager for the company's second Transit Operations market. Prior to joining Via, Chris worked as a product manager at EdgeFlip, a Chicago-based startup, and as a Technical Operations Lead for D.E. Shaw Research and Development. Chris holds a B.A. in Social Studies from Harvard University.

Sophia Sundberg

 (
SE
)
CEO, Barkarby Science

With an entrepreneurial background, having started her first company at age 14, Sophia is a very driven and goal-oriented person that wants to be a part in saving the planet by new collaborations and innovative solutions. As the CEO of Barkarby Science she initiates many different projects within circularity, future mobility and climate-smart solutions. She belives in life-long learning and thrives when she learns new things, meets new people and enjoys gardening and university-classes in her spare-time.

Mattias Lindahl

 (
SE
)
Professor and Program Director for Mistra REES, Linköping University

Mattias Lindahl, professor at Linköping University, has conducted research and teaching in EcoDesign since 1997, research and teaching in Product Service Systems (PSS) since 1999, and research and teaching in Circular Economy (CE) since (2012). He is currently running several large projects, e.g. about design, business and legal aspects related to PSS, Ecodesign, and CE. His research has been in close co-operation with companies, and is currently the program director for a large eight-year-long research program called Mistra REES – Resource-Efficient and Effective Solutions based on circular economy thinking. He is the chairman for the Swedish mirror committee and their main technical expert for the new ISO/TC 323 about Circular Economy. He is also personally cited in the world’s first standard about (BS 8001:2017). He is also a board member of the Swedish Institute for Standards (SIS).

Jonas Wibom

 (
SE
)
Business development manager, Ragn-Sells Treatment & Detox Sweden AB

Master of Mech. Eng. and MBA. Has been with Ragn-Sells treatment business for 19 years, working in various positions within treatment, recycling, and detoxification of almost any kind of waste imaginable. Focus now is on large waste streams where new methods can reduce the climate impact or even give a positive net effect. At the moment heavily involved in the first Ash2Salt plant being erected at Högbytorp, Stockholm.

Tobias Åbonde

 (
SE
)
Nordic Director Bring E-fullfilment

Bring – the Nordic post company

Hosts

Nick Nuttall

 (
)
Host, Strategic Communications Director, We Don't Have Time

Previously with the Times Newspaper London, the U.N. Environment, and the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, Nick was the Director of Communications and Spokesperson for the Paris Agreement of 2015. More recently, he has served as the Director of Communications for the Global Climate Action Summit that took place in San Francisco in September 2018.

https://www.earthday.orgRead less
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Pär Larshans

 (
SE
)
Co-host, Director of Sustainability, Ragn-Sells

Pär is an award winner in communication, social sustainability, and intrapreneurship, listed multiple times by Trust Across America as one of the Top Thought Leaders in Trust. He is the current appointed expert for setting environmental targets for sea and coastal regions in Sweden and for the coalition group for climate-neutral Swedish industry by 2045.

Read less
Read more

Speakers & guests

Anna Pernestål

 (
SE
)
Head of Society Partnerships at Scania e-Mobility Pilot Partner

Anna Pernestål is passionate for technology and innovation for a sustainable society. Currently she is head of society partnerships at Scania Pilot partner, with the mission to accelerate the shift to emissionfree, electrified transport through innovative solutions and partnership. Anna has 20 years of experience from the transport sector, and has worked with road and rail, and within academia and industry. She has a PhD in systems engineering and is docent at KTH Royal inststitute of technology. Her focus is on the system perspective, i.e. how technology can fit together with business models, society and users to really contribute to a sustainable future.

Read less
Read more

Stig Fjærli

 (
NO
)
Head of Large Clients and Beloved City Norway

Experienced sales and marketing leader with strong track records developing and leading high performance sales units in various industries, by applying value bases business principles. Extensive competence in concept developments across industries by extracting best practices and with an entrepreneurial and customer oriented mindset seeking opportunities were others see problems.

Read less
Read more

Åsa Pettersson

 (
SE
)
CEO, Swedenergy

Åsa Pettersson is the CEO of Swedenergy since April 2021. Swedenergy is a non-profit industry and special interest organisation for companies that supply, distribute, sell, and store energy. Mainly electricity, heating, and cooling. Swedenergy monitors and promotes the interests of its members and the Swedish energy sector in general. The organisation has a total of 400 members, which includes state-owned, municipal, and private companies as well as associations within the energy sector. Åsa comes from a position as head of Public Affairs & Sustainability at Scania, a global manufacturer of trucks and buses, which she held between 2014- 2021. As such, she was responsible finding way to drive the shift to a sustainable transport system in dialogue with society and working in partnerships. She has more than to 20 years of experience of working with sustainability and public affairs in the transport and energy sector in Stockholm and Brussels. Before joining Scania, she worked with sustainability and public affairs at the Swedish energy company Vattenfall AB at which she occupied various leading positions, including Head of Group Public Affairs and, Head of Group Sustainability. She has a Master of Arts focused in Political Science & French from Lund University and completing studies in Climate Change and & Environmental protection from Stockholm University.

Read less
Read more

Chris Snyder

 (
US
)
Co-COO of Via and CEO of Via Europe

Chris Snyder is the Co-COO of Via and the CEO of Via Europe. Chris manages Via's European business as well as the global team responsible for the scoping, implementation, and operational success of Via's platform partnerships with cities, transport authorities, and operators. Chris joined Via in April 2015 in Chicago where he served as General Manager for the company's second Transit Operations market. Prior to joining Via, Chris worked as a product manager at EdgeFlip, a Chicago-based startup, and as a Technical Operations Lead for D.E. Shaw Research and Development. Chris holds a B.A. in Social Studies from Harvard University.

Read less
Read more

Sophia Sundberg

 (
SE
)
CEO, Barkarby Science

With an entrepreneurial background, having started her first company at age 14, Sophia is a very driven and goal-oriented person that wants to be a part in saving the planet by new collaborations and innovative solutions. As the CEO of Barkarby Science she initiates many different projects within circularity, future mobility and climate-smart solutions. She belives in life-long learning and thrives when she learns new things, meets new people and enjoys gardening and university-classes in her spare-time.

Read less
Read more

Mattias Lindahl

 (
SE
)
Professor and Program Director for Mistra REES, Linköping University

Mattias Lindahl, professor at Linköping University, has conducted research and teaching in EcoDesign since 1997, research and teaching in Product Service Systems (PSS) since 1999, and research and teaching in Circular Economy (CE) since (2012). He is currently running several large projects, e.g. about design, business and legal aspects related to PSS, Ecodesign, and CE. His research has been in close co-operation with companies, and is currently the program director for a large eight-year-long research program called Mistra REES – Resource-Efficient and Effective Solutions based on circular economy thinking. He is the chairman for the Swedish mirror committee and their main technical expert for the new ISO/TC 323 about Circular Economy. He is also personally cited in the world’s first standard about (BS 8001:2017). He is also a board member of the Swedish Institute for Standards (SIS).

Read less
Read more

Jonas Wibom

 (
SE
)
Business development manager, Ragn-Sells Treatment & Detox Sweden AB

Master of Mech. Eng. and MBA. Has been with Ragn-Sells treatment business for 19 years, working in various positions within treatment, recycling, and detoxification of almost any kind of waste imaginable. Focus now is on large waste streams where new methods can reduce the climate impact or even give a positive net effect. At the moment heavily involved in the first Ash2Salt plant being erected at Högbytorp, Stockholm.

Read less
Read more

Tobias Åbonde

 (
SE
)
Nordic Director Bring E-fullfilment

Bring – the Nordic post company

Read less
Read more
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