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Day 6, Cities & Transport

COP28 Climate Hub – Day 6

We Don't Have Time
Race To Zero
UNDP
Exponential Roadmap
THE FOSSIL FUEL  NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY

December

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2023

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December 6, 2023

Day 6, Cities & Transport

COP28 Climate Hub – Day 6

We Don't Have Time
Race To Zero
UNDP
Exponential Roadmap
THE FOSSIL FUEL  NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY

Live from COP28 – welcome to our public broadcasting hub at the UN Climate Change Conference 2023 in Dubai, UAE. Together with our partners, we will explore crucial topics connected to the climate crisis, such as biodiversity, nature-based solutions and the green transformation of business and society.  Click here for the full day-by-day program.

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December 6

Live on December 6

12:00 GST / 9:00 CET — Welcome to the COP28 Climate Hub

Live from COP28 – welcome to our public broadcasting hub at the UN Climate Change Conference 2023 in Dubai, UAE. Together with our partners, we will explore the challenges and solutions to the climate crisis. We will bring in company leaders, policy-makers, civil society leaders, and climate experts to talk about finance, policy, digitalization and nature-based solutions as we closely follow the negotiations on-site in Dubai. With our Future Voices Youth Empowerment Hub, we will also expand the opportunities for young individuals to influence global leaders and decision-makers at COP28.

Speakers:

  • Nick Nuttall, Host, Strategic Communications Director, We Don't Have Time
  • Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson, Host, We Don't Have Time
  • Ingmar Rentzhog, Founder & CEO, We Don't Have Time
  • Anna König Jerlmyr, Advisor on sustainable cities
  • Mats Pellbäck Scharp, Head of Sustainability, Ericsson
  • Aline Pereira Cardoso Sá Barabinot, Secretary, Municipality of São Paulo


Organizers:

12:30 GST / 9:30 CET — Triggering Financial System Transformation – The Role of Companies

Investments of $4-6 trillion are needed to achieve the global transformation to a low-carbon economy. All financial flows, public and private, have to work towards this, as the Paris Agreement recognises. 

This event sheds a light on the role that real-economy companies can play in enabling this transformation. It brings together business and banking voices to look at how companies can use their influence and discusses what other signals and conditions investors and banks need to shift finance towards green activities and climate solutions. 

Speakers:

  • Moderator: Catharina Rolfsdotter-Jansson, We Don’t Have Time 
  • Andrea Lindblom, Head of Communications, Exponential Roadmap Initiative
  • Carl Mellander, Chief Financial Officer, Ericsson
  • James Varkey, Chief Financial Officer, Icebug 
  • Samu Slotte, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, Danske Bank

Organizers:

13:00 GST / 10:00 CET — Fast, Fair, and Forever: Accelerating the Transition Away from Fossil Fuels

A Future Beyond Fossil Fuels in Africa

Fossil fuel production poses a significant threat to a healthy environment and a prosperous future for all. Join us as we bring together high-level speakers and experts to discuss how we can end fossil fuel expansion and begin an equitable global phase-out of coal, oil and gas, through international frameworks such as a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty.

This session is part of a series that covers the threat that fossil fuels pose to the sustainable development goals, to the planet's biodiversity, and to our health, peace and security, while also exploring strategies for international cooperation to accelerate a just transition.

Speakers:

  • Seble Samuel, Head of Africa Campaigns & Advocacy, Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Organizers:

13:30 GST / 10:30 CET — Supplier Engagement and How to Work with Value Chain Emission Data

Companies are all interconnected through globally spanning value chains. To reach net zero emissions by 2050, we need to extend our reach through these value chains, engaging customers and partners to transform the way we produce, transport and consume.

This session highlights the importance of working with supplier engagement. It offers insights into how data is used to understand where we are when it comes to reducing emissions and how we can use this when working with supplier engagement.

Speakers:

  • Moderator: Louise Rehbinder, Director, Exponential Roadmap Initiative
  • Gabrielle Giner, Head of sustainability, BT Group plc
  • Rob Cameron, Global Head of Public Affairs, Nestlé
  • Daniel Reid, Senior Director of Environment, Responsible Business Alliance

Organizers:

14:00 GST / 11:00 CET — Accelerate Sustainable Cities Across Value Chains to Reach Net Zero

The world’s cities occupy 4% of the land but account for up to 80% of the world’s energy consumption and 75% of the carbon emissions. As much as half of the world’s energy consumption is used for heating and cooling of industries and buildings.

Sustainable cities require a system approach including sector coupling that enables reuse of available excess heat. How can sustainable cities take a broader system approach to enable sector coupling to reuse excess heat? Technologies are available for implementation, but how do we address the business models and collaborations across the value chains that are required to accelerate to reach net zero in time? 

In this session, we are joined by global associations, energy companies, and technology providers, and governmental representatives exploring opportunities and barriers to accelerate sustainable cities to reach net zero.

Speakers:

  • Mark Watts, Executive Director , C40 Cities
  • Martina Otto, Head of CCAC Secretariat, UNEP-convened Climate and Clean Air Coalition
  • David Radermacher, Vice President Sustainability & Climate, E.ON SE
  • Thomas Møller, President Energy Division , Alfa Laval
  • Alicia Argüello, Head of Sustainability, Hitachi Energy
  • Sebastian Peck, Partner, KOMPAS VC
  • Rosalinde van der Vlies, Director, European Commission
  • Barbara Buffaloe, Mayor, City of Columbia, Missouri
  • Lutz Wilgen, Head, Design, Masdar City
  • Madeleine Gilborne, Vice President Energy Division, Alfa Laval
  • Karin Wanngård, Mayor of Stockholm, Stockholm city

Organizers:

15:00 GST / 12:00 CET — Future Voices Youth Empowerment Hub at COP28

Welcome to Future Voices, a digital inclusive space for everyone under 30. Future Voices will allow youth to join COP28 from anywhere and participate in our global broadcasts. It will feature speakers and organizations exclusively curated for the young audience during We Don’t Have Time’s COP28 broadcasts.

Organizers:

15:30 GST / 12:30 CET — Standing up for the Planet Climate Justice Requires Gender Justice

Partnerships are being recognized as a pivotal force in advancing climate action. To expedite the transition to a sustainable green economy, it is essential to foster a more inclusive and diverse forms of collaboration.

Organizers:

16:00 GST / 13:00 CET — Deliver on the Regenerate Promise Now

It is time to move beyond reactive resilience, embrace proactive thinking, and prioritize stakeholders over shareholders. Join this session to explore the transformative power of Regenerate— an approach that puts front and center a new sense of courage, a focus on delivery, and a systemic view on the place of business in society—not separate from it, but inextricably interconnected. Hear about Kearney’s new CxO report surveying more than 700 C-suites leaders and learn about what they think of the Regenerative approach.

Speaker:

  • Suketu Gandhi, Senior Partner & Global Co-Head of Strategic Operations, Kearney

Moderator:

  • Dr. Sweta Chakraborty, Climate Behavioral Scientist, CEO of North America, We Don't Have Time

Organizers:

16:20 GST / 13:20 CET — Future Voices & Interviews from COP28

Join us for talks with movers and change-makers on how to collaborate on climate – and how to seize the opportunities as we transition to net zero.

Speaker:

  • Sam Manaberi, CEO & Co-founder, Trine

Organizers:

16:30 GST / 13:30 CET — Today at COP28, Wrap-up and Discussions

Together with experts and high-level guests, we look back on today’s broadcast, reflect on the conversations, and highlight the main topics of tomorrow’s climate negotiations. 

Speakers:

  • Ahunna Eziakonwa, Assistant Administrator & Regional Director for Africa, UNDP
  • Anna Giulia Medri, Head, UNDP Equator Initiative
  • Adicia Burton, Public Relations Officer, Karifuna Cultural Group
  • Novia Sagita, CEO & Founder, Yayasan Planet Indonesia

Organizers:

17:00 GST / 14:00 CET — Interviews from COP28 & The Daily Juice at COP28

Listen to interviews conducted by We Don't Have Time in the Diplomatic zone at COP28.

Speakers:

  • Katja Dörner, Mayor of Bonn, Germany

Organizers:

18:10 GST / 15:10 CET — Pioneer the Possible

18:10 GST / 15:10 CET — Clean Energy Imperative: A Global Perspective on the Energy Transition

As the world grapples with the dire consequences of climate change, the imperative for transitioning to clean energy sources has become increasingly apparent. This presentation delves into the critical reasons why the adoption of clean energy is not just an option but an urgent necessity for the planet's sustainable future. Additionally, it will provide a global outlook and stocktake over the diverse conditions and challenges faced by different regions worldwide in the ongoing energy transition.

18:50 GST / 15:50 CET — Clean Electrification for the Industrial Transition – What is Needed to Unlock the Needed Supply?

To speed up industry transition and bridge the gaps to meet the Paris agreement’s goals, we need to set a clear, global framework to unlock the necessary deployment of clean energy technologies. Clean energy is the backbone of the transition to net-zero. New production capacity but also more transmission grids are necessary. What are the challenges and recommendations to get there?

19:30 GST / 16:30 CET — Getting to Net-Zero

A seminar at the forefront of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). The EU and many private sector companies will rely on permanent carbon removals to meet their net-zero targets. Given the growing importance of these permanent removals, several key initiatives are moving forward within the EU, including the establishment of a framework for carbon credits and the development of a strategy for industrial carbon management. The seminar will shed light on the increasing demand for carbon removal credits, discuss how permanent removals can support the achievement of net-zero targets, increase your knowledge of BECCS and place the technology in a larger European context.

20:10 GST / 17:10 CET — Actions to Achieve a Decarbonized and Resilient Value Chain

The industry has to decarbonize if we are to reach the goals of the Paris agreement. Research, innovation and deployment of new technologies are necessary. Resilient and sustainable value-chains, a willingness to share risk and look for new business cases are key. The First Movers Coalition is one platform that match suppliers and customers. This seminar will explain how decarbonisation in value-chains is already happening today and how creating concrete demands and goals is a key for success.

20:50 GST / 17:50 CET — Scaling Grids for Clean Power and Electrification

Without significant and urgent acceleration of grid investments we could jeopardize our climate goals.  We must prioritise the development, refurbishment and modernisation of our grids at all voltage levels.  Panellists will discuss the priority actions required to build out future power grids at speed and scale to deliver on global net zero targets.

21:30 GST / 18:30 CET — Building a Resilient Global Supply Chain

22:20 GST / 19:20 CET — Nordic Trailblazing to Unlock a New Renewable Source – Tidal Energy

Tidal energy is predictable and has the potential to balance the global energy system, complementing the intermittency of wind and solar. Minesto’s ocean energy kites are demonstrated in the Faroe Islands, a nation with one of the most ambitious transition schemes in the world, aiming to become 100% renewable by 2030. The technology is also applicable along Norway’s coastline. A cooperation between Sweden, Faroe Islands, Denmark and Norway could realize a new industry of ocean energy,and be a lighthouse project for ocean economies around the world. Minesto invites for a dialogue on how such cooperation could be reality, proposing a 200 MW buildout roadmap of tidal energy kite parks underwater.


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This broadcast is part of the COP28 Climate Hub. Full day-by-day program. December 1December 2December 3December 4December 5December 6December 7December 8December 9December 10December 11

December 6

12:00 GST / 9:00 CET — Welcome to the COP28 Climate Hub

Live from COP28 – welcome to our public broadcasting hub at the UN Climate Change Conference 2023 in Dubai, UAE. Together with our partners, we will explore the challenges and solutions to the climate crisis. We will bring in company leaders, policy-makers, civil society leaders, and climate experts to talk about finance, policy, digitalization and nature-based solutions as we closely follow the negotiations on-site in Dubai. With our Future Voices Youth Empowerment Hub, we will also expand the opportunities for young individuals to influence global leaders and decision-makers at COP28.

Speakers:

  • Nick Nuttall, Host, Strategic Communications Director, We Don't Have Time
  • Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson, Host, We Don't Have Time
  • Ingmar Rentzhog, Founder & CEO, We Don't Have Time
  • Anna König Jerlmyr, Advisor on sustainable cities
  • Mats Pellbäck Scharp, Head of Sustainability, Ericsson
  • Aline Pereira Cardoso Sá Barabinot, Secretary, Municipality of São Paulo


Organizers:

12:30 GST / 9:30 CET — Triggering Financial System Transformation – The Role of Companies

Investments of $4-6 trillion are needed to achieve the global transformation to a low-carbon economy. All financial flows, public and private, have to work towards this, as the Paris Agreement recognises. 

This event sheds a light on the role that real-economy companies can play in enabling this transformation. It brings together business and banking voices to look at how companies can use their influence and discusses what other signals and conditions investors and banks need to shift finance towards green activities and climate solutions. 

Speakers:

  • Moderator: Catharina Rolfsdotter-Jansson, We Don’t Have Time 
  • Andrea Lindblom, Head of Communications, Exponential Roadmap Initiative
  • Carl Mellander, Chief Financial Officer, Ericsson
  • James Varkey, Chief Financial Officer, Icebug 
  • Samu Slotte, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, Danske Bank

Organizers:

13:00 GST / 10:00 CET — Fast, Fair, and Forever: Accelerating the Transition Away from Fossil Fuels

A Future Beyond Fossil Fuels in Africa

Fossil fuel production poses a significant threat to a healthy environment and a prosperous future for all. Join us as we bring together high-level speakers and experts to discuss how we can end fossil fuel expansion and begin an equitable global phase-out of coal, oil and gas, through international frameworks such as a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty.

This session is part of a series that covers the threat that fossil fuels pose to the sustainable development goals, to the planet's biodiversity, and to our health, peace and security, while also exploring strategies for international cooperation to accelerate a just transition.

Speakers:

  • Seble Samuel, Head of Africa Campaigns & Advocacy, Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Organizers:

13:30 GST / 10:30 CET — Supplier Engagement and How to Work with Value Chain Emission Data

Companies are all interconnected through globally spanning value chains. To reach net zero emissions by 2050, we need to extend our reach through these value chains, engaging customers and partners to transform the way we produce, transport and consume.

This session highlights the importance of working with supplier engagement. It offers insights into how data is used to understand where we are when it comes to reducing emissions and how we can use this when working with supplier engagement.

Speakers:

  • Moderator: Louise Rehbinder, Director, Exponential Roadmap Initiative
  • Gabrielle Giner, Head of sustainability, BT Group plc
  • Rob Cameron, Global Head of Public Affairs, Nestlé
  • Daniel Reid, Senior Director of Environment, Responsible Business Alliance

Organizers:

14:00 GST / 11:00 CET — Accelerate Sustainable Cities Across Value Chains to Reach Net Zero

The world’s cities occupy 4% of the land but account for up to 80% of the world’s energy consumption and 75% of the carbon emissions. As much as half of the world’s energy consumption is used for heating and cooling of industries and buildings.

Sustainable cities require a system approach including sector coupling that enables reuse of available excess heat. How can sustainable cities take a broader system approach to enable sector coupling to reuse excess heat? Technologies are available for implementation, but how do we address the business models and collaborations across the value chains that are required to accelerate to reach net zero in time? 

In this session, we are joined by global associations, energy companies, and technology providers, and governmental representatives exploring opportunities and barriers to accelerate sustainable cities to reach net zero.

Speakers:

  • Mark Watts, Executive Director , C40 Cities
  • Martina Otto, Head of CCAC Secretariat, UNEP-convened Climate and Clean Air Coalition
  • David Radermacher, Vice President Sustainability & Climate, E.ON SE
  • Thomas Møller, President Energy Division , Alfa Laval
  • Alicia Argüello, Head of Sustainability, Hitachi Energy
  • Sebastian Peck, Partner, KOMPAS VC
  • Rosalinde van der Vlies, Director, European Commission
  • Barbara Buffaloe, Mayor, City of Columbia, Missouri
  • Lutz Wilgen, Head, Design, Masdar City
  • Madeleine Gilborne, Vice President Energy Division, Alfa Laval
  • Karin Wanngård, Mayor of Stockholm, Stockholm city

Organizers:

15:00 GST / 12:00 CET — Future Voices Youth Empowerment Hub at COP28

Welcome to Future Voices, a digital inclusive space for everyone under 30. Future Voices will allow youth to join COP28 from anywhere and participate in our global broadcasts. It will feature speakers and organizations exclusively curated for the young audience during We Don’t Have Time’s COP28 broadcasts.

Organizers:

15:30 GST / 12:30 CET — Standing up for the Planet Climate Justice Requires Gender Justice

Partnerships are being recognized as a pivotal force in advancing climate action. To expedite the transition to a sustainable green economy, it is essential to foster a more inclusive and diverse forms of collaboration.

Organizers:

16:00 GST / 13:00 CET — Deliver on the Regenerate Promise Now

It is time to move beyond reactive resilience, embrace proactive thinking, and prioritize stakeholders over shareholders. Join this session to explore the transformative power of Regenerate— an approach that puts front and center a new sense of courage, a focus on delivery, and a systemic view on the place of business in society—not separate from it, but inextricably interconnected. Hear about Kearney’s new CxO report surveying more than 700 C-suites leaders and learn about what they think of the Regenerative approach.

Speaker:

  • Suketu Gandhi, Senior Partner & Global Co-Head of Strategic Operations, Kearney

Moderator:

  • Dr. Sweta Chakraborty, Climate Behavioral Scientist, CEO of North America, We Don't Have Time

Organizers:

16:20 GST / 13:20 CET — Future Voices & Interviews from COP28

Join us for talks with movers and change-makers on how to collaborate on climate – and how to seize the opportunities as we transition to net zero.

Speaker:

  • Sam Manaberi, CEO & Co-founder, Trine

Organizers:

16:30 GST / 13:30 CET — Today at COP28, Wrap-up and Discussions

Together with experts and high-level guests, we look back on today’s broadcast, reflect on the conversations, and highlight the main topics of tomorrow’s climate negotiations. 

Speakers:

  • Ahunna Eziakonwa, Assistant Administrator & Regional Director for Africa, UNDP
  • Anna Giulia Medri, Head, UNDP Equator Initiative
  • Adicia Burton, Public Relations Officer, Karifuna Cultural Group
  • Novia Sagita, CEO & Founder, Yayasan Planet Indonesia

Organizers:

17:00 GST / 14:00 CET — Interviews from COP28 & The Daily Juice at COP28

Listen to interviews conducted by We Don't Have Time in the Diplomatic zone at COP28.

Speakers:

  • Katja Dörner, Mayor of Bonn, Germany

Organizers:

18:10 GST / 15:10 CET — Pioneer the Possible

18:10 GST / 15:10 CET — Clean Energy Imperative: A Global Perspective on the Energy Transition

As the world grapples with the dire consequences of climate change, the imperative for transitioning to clean energy sources has become increasingly apparent. This presentation delves into the critical reasons why the adoption of clean energy is not just an option but an urgent necessity for the planet's sustainable future. Additionally, it will provide a global outlook and stocktake over the diverse conditions and challenges faced by different regions worldwide in the ongoing energy transition.

18:50 GST / 15:50 CET — Clean Electrification for the Industrial Transition – What is Needed to Unlock the Needed Supply?

To speed up industry transition and bridge the gaps to meet the Paris agreement’s goals, we need to set a clear, global framework to unlock the necessary deployment of clean energy technologies. Clean energy is the backbone of the transition to net-zero. New production capacity but also more transmission grids are necessary. What are the challenges and recommendations to get there?

19:30 GST / 16:30 CET — Getting to Net-Zero

A seminar at the forefront of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). The EU and many private sector companies will rely on permanent carbon removals to meet their net-zero targets. Given the growing importance of these permanent removals, several key initiatives are moving forward within the EU, including the establishment of a framework for carbon credits and the development of a strategy for industrial carbon management. The seminar will shed light on the increasing demand for carbon removal credits, discuss how permanent removals can support the achievement of net-zero targets, increase your knowledge of BECCS and place the technology in a larger European context.

20:10 GST / 17:10 CET — Actions to Achieve a Decarbonized and Resilient Value Chain

The industry has to decarbonize if we are to reach the goals of the Paris agreement. Research, innovation and deployment of new technologies are necessary. Resilient and sustainable value-chains, a willingness to share risk and look for new business cases are key. The First Movers Coalition is one platform that match suppliers and customers. This seminar will explain how decarbonisation in value-chains is already happening today and how creating concrete demands and goals is a key for success.

20:50 GST / 17:50 CET — Scaling Grids for Clean Power and Electrification

Without significant and urgent acceleration of grid investments we could jeopardize our climate goals.  We must prioritise the development, refurbishment and modernisation of our grids at all voltage levels.  Panellists will discuss the priority actions required to build out future power grids at speed and scale to deliver on global net zero targets.

21:30 GST / 18:30 CET — Building a Resilient Global Supply Chain

22:20 GST / 19:20 CET — Nordic Trailblazing to Unlock a New Renewable Source – Tidal Energy

Tidal energy is predictable and has the potential to balance the global energy system, complementing the intermittency of wind and solar. Minesto’s ocean energy kites are demonstrated in the Faroe Islands, a nation with one of the most ambitious transition schemes in the world, aiming to become 100% renewable by 2030. The technology is also applicable along Norway’s coastline. A cooperation between Sweden, Faroe Islands, Denmark and Norway could realize a new industry of ocean energy,and be a lighthouse project for ocean economies around the world. Minesto invites for a dialogue on how such cooperation could be reality, proposing a 200 MW buildout roadmap of tidal energy kite parks underwater.


Organizers:

Day 6, Cities & Transport

Hosts

Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson

 (
SE
)

Host, We Don't Have Time

Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson is an expert moderator, lecturer, and devoted workshop leader in facilitating sustainable development. Catarina moderates for the EU Commission, the Swedish Government, corporations, local municipalities, and universities. She is also content director at A Sustainable Tomorrow and co-founder of the global climate NGO Our Kids´Climate.

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

Dr. Sweta Chakraborty

 (
)

Climate Behavioral Scientist, CEO of North America, We Don't Have Time

Dr. Sweta Chakraborty is the CEO of North America, We Don’t Have Time. She is a partner at Pioneer Public Affairs. She is also the founder and principal of Adapt to Thrive, a venture that seeks to better inform individuals, businesses, and government entities on the complex, interconnected challenges, such as food insecurity and disease, already existing and emerging from a warming planet.

http://swetachakraborty.com

Ingmar Rentzhog

 (
)

CEO and Founder of We Don't Have Time

Ingmar is serial entrepreneur within financial communication and nominated for a DI Gasell Award, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year, Sweden’s Environmental Influencer 2018, and International Gamechanger of the Year 2020, and Green Warrior 2021. Ingmar Rentzhog has been the chairman of the environmental think tank Global Challenge. He is on the board of Naventus Corporate Finance. He’s a member of Al Gore’s Climate Reality and European Climate Policy Task Force and he was in 2022 appointed a European Climate Pact Ambassador by the European Commission.

https://www.wedonthavetime.org

Madeleine Gilborne

 (
SE
)

Vice President Energy Division, Alfa Laval

Madeleine holds dual roles within the management team of Alfa Laval's Energy Division.She serves as the President of the Business Unit for Electrolyzer & Fuel Cell Technologies, in addition to her role as the Head of Clean Technologies. In her capacity as the Head of Clean Technologies, Madeleine oversees a wide range of responsibilities, including public affairs, investment and acquisitions, as well as the business development of various applications, such as Energy Storage, Hydrogen and Carbon Capture and Storage. Madeleine's tenure with Alfa Laval began in 2014, during which she has held various positions related to strategy and business development. She is a holder of M.Sc. degrees in both Industrial Engineering and Management, as well as Biotechnology, earned from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg.

Speakers

Louise Rehbinder

 (
SE
)
Director, Exponential Roadmap Initiative

Louise Rehbinder has 16 years of experience from the ICT Industry working with IT Management, IT Sustainability, Responsible Sourcing, and sustainable procurement of HW components and materials. Louise formed Ericsson’s Supplier climate action program, was part of the establishment of the 1.5°C Supply Chain Leader program and the creation of the Supplier Engagement Guide. Louise is currently working as Director at Exponential Roadmap Initiative.

Gabrielle Ginér

 (
UK
)
Head of Environmental Sustainability, BT

Gabrielle has managed BT Group’s thought leadership and external advocacy programmes on environmental sustainability since 2009. Her work has spanned developing BT's carbon targets, including BT's 1.5°C science-based target and carbon abatement methodologies for BT’s products and services as well as working with BT’s Procurement division on supplier engagement strategy. Gabrielle represents BT Group in numerous external fora and has chaired the UNFCCC Global Climate Action Awards Advisory Panel. She has previously held roles in public affairs and programme management at BT and has an MA from SAIS Johns Hopkins University and an MSc from University College London.

Barbara Buffaloe

 (
US
)
Mayor, City of Columbia, Missouri

Barbara Buffaloe is the Mayor of Columbia, MO, the fourth largest city in Missouri. Mayor Buffaloe serves as Chair of the Environment Committee of the US Conference of Mayors. Before being elected Mayor of Columbia, she served as Columbia’s first Sustainability Manager and coordinated the development of Columbia’s Climate Action & Adaptation Plan that lays out a vision and strategies to address risks posed by climate change and contributes to international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Lutz Wilgen

 (
DE
)
Head of Design, Masdar City

Lutz Wilgen leads the design management team at Masdar City, pursuing and adopting holistic approaches in sustainable real estate design. He joined Masdar in 2016. Combining integrated design processes with stakeholder collaboration, Lutz explores practical ways to optimize the balance between environmental, social, and commercial requirements. He is passionate about the built environment and is constantly exploring opportunities to improve it. Wilgen completed his undergraduate studies in interior design and architecture at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in South Africa. He also holds a master’s degree in project management from the University of Westminster and an Master of Business Administration from Hult International Business School, both in the U.K. He has worked in South Africa, the U.K., Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Alicia Argüello

 (
ES
)
Head of Sustainability, Hitachi Energy

"Alicia Argüello is the Global Head of Sustainability, appointed in June 2022. She is also the Head of Human Rights at Hitachi Energy since October 2019. She joined Hitachi Energy’s predecessor, ABB, in 2017, serving as HSE Manager for High Voltage Products. Prior to this, she was the Sustainability Manager at ARYZTA Bakeries Europe. Alicia holds a master’s degree in Ecology from the Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and a Ph.D. in Natural Sciences from the University of Zurich, Switzerland."

Aline Pereira Cardoso Sá Barabinot

 (
BR
)
Secretary, Municipality of São Paulo

Aline Cardoso has been the Municipal Secretariat of Economic Development and Work of the City of São Paulo since 2017, aiming to stimulate the generation of employment and income for the population, fostering entrepreneurship, and promoting economic development through urban agriculture and food security. Her academic background is a lato sensu postgraduate degree in Social Urbanism (2022) at Insper, a formation in Leading Economic Growth (2019) at the Harvard Kennedy School, Studies of the International Economic Agenda at UNCTAD (2007), Specialist in International Economic Negotiations at UNESP (2007), Graduated and post graduated in International Relations at the Université de Strasbourg.

Mats Pellbäck Scharp

 (
SE
)
Head of Sustainability, Ericsson

Mats is Head of Sustainability at Ericsson with responsibility for climate action, circular economy, energy performance and triple bottom line impact of products, services and company operations. Taking this role after restructuring the Health & Safety organization in the company. During mats leadership the company has set targets that are accepted to be on a 1.5°C by the Science Based Target initiative. Mats has initiated and participated in various research projects e.g. as a member of the steering group for the Exponential Climate Action Roadmap report as well as the ICT & SDGs Report with Columbia University on how information technology has the potential to accelerate halving of global carbon emissions as well as reaching the Sustainable Development Goals. Before rejoining Ericsson, among several other leading roles e.g. Head of Sustainability at Sony Ericsson launching the Green Heart brand for mobile phones and accessories.

Erica Njuguna

 (
KE
)
Youth Climate Justice Organizer, Fridays for Future

Erica Njuguna is a Nairobi-based youth climate justice organizer fighting for a just and equitable fossil-free future. They are a youth champion of the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty and an advisory board member at Climate Vanguard.

Suketu Gandhi

 (
US
)
Senior Partner & Global Co-Head of Strategic Operations, Kearney

Suketu is the Global Co-Lead, Strategic Operations and Supply Chain Based in the Chicago office, Suketu is a recognized industry leader and subject matter expert on a wide range of Supply Chain, manufacturing and operations topics, with an emphasis on end-to-end supply chains. “I’m focused on the redesign of supply chains for four critical purposes: growth, cost, resilience, and sustainability,” he comments. “The key to maximizing their effectiveness lies in the combination of human intelligence, and AI, underpinned by a deep understanding of how global operations work.” Suketu is frequently published on operations transformation topics in outlets such as HBR, MIT Sloan Management Review, and The Wall Street Journal. He recently co-authored a book on Strong supply chains through resilient operations. Five principles for Leaders to win in a volatile world.

Ahunna Eziakonwa

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Assistant Administrator & Regional Director for Africa, UNDP

Ms. Ahunna Eziakonwa is UNDP Assistant Administrator, Assistant Secretary General and Director of the Regional Bureau for Africa – the institution’s largest – with a staff corps of over 5000 working in 46 Sub – Saharan African countries with an annual $1.2 billion budget. Her passion for preserving the dignity of Africa defines her leadership approach which focuses on equality, inclusion, reshaping narratives on Africa, and mobilizing for young entrepreneurs. Her vision is contained in “Africa’s Promise: The UNDP Renewed Strategic Offer in Africa.” It employs an opportunity lens to development practice – investing in accelerators and foundational enablers that unlock opportunity across Africa. She established the Africa Influencers for Development (AI4D) as a private sector engagement platform galvanizing initiatives to ensure that Africa’s Money works for Africa’s Development; the Africa Young Women Leaders Initiative; Africa Innovates Magazine; and the Africa Borderlands Centre. She (Co) Chairs the UN Regional Collaborative Platform providing strategic leadership on implementation of the UN Secretary General’s reforms in Africa. Ms. Eziakonwa spent 10 years as UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Ethiopia, Uganda, and Lesotho and as Chief (Africa) at UN OCHA, led response to natural disasters, emergencies and transitions to recovery. Before the UN, Ms. Eziakonwa worked for “Initiatives of Change” serving as international coordinator of its’ “Creators of Peace – Women’s Initiative”. She is an alumni of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School Executive Programme and has a Bachelors in Education from University of Benin Nigeria.

Seble Samuel

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CA
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Head of Africa Campaigns & Advocacy, Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Seble Samuel is an Ethiopian-Canadian community organizer and climate justice campaigner. Based in Addis Abeba, she is the Head of Africa Campaigns & Advocacy for the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative, where she campaigns with grassroots coalitions, researchers and policymakers across Africa to end fossil fuel expansion and propel development alternatives and a just energy transition. She is a co-founder of the urban sustainability non-profit Lem Ketema, where she co-founded Ethiopia’s open streets movement, co-created a free women's bicycle school, and coordinates a national campaign for a plastic-free Ethiopia. Seble holds a BA in Geography and Anthropology from McGill University and an MSc in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford.

Daniel Reid

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US
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Senior Director of Environment, Responsible Business Alliance

Daniel Reid has led the RBA's environmental, chemical, and circularity programs for seven years, where he's worked with 220+ electronics brands and manufacturers to improve the sustainability of their supply chains and better engage suppliers to enact critical change.

Anna Giulia Medri

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Head, UNDP Equator Initiative

Anna Giulia Medri is the head of the UNDP Equator Initiative. An attorney by training, Anna Giulia is licensed to practice law in New York and Europe. She leads the work of the Equator Initiative within the Nature for Development programme recognizing, advancing and scaling Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ solutions for sustainable development for people, nature and resilient communities. Her background includes work experiences in the private sector as well as at a not-for-profit organization. Anna Giulia’s fascination with nature and her interest in human rights makes her an enthusiastic supporter of sustainable development solutions as means to ensure the respect of Indigenous Peoples communities’ basic rights.

Adicia Burton

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DM
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Public Relations Officer, Karifuna Cultural Group

Adicia Burton is a journalist, Indigenous youth activist, former youth olympian and athlete, and the reigning Miss Dominica 2023. She was born and raised in the Kalinago Territory, the only Indigenous Reservation in the Caribbean located on the eastern coast of Dominica. She excelled in the field of academics, and currently holds an Associate's Degree in Math, Biology and Chemistry from the Dominica State College. She plans on pursuing a career in the field of medicine to enhance greater access to professional medical care within her Indigenous community, country and region by extension.

Novia Sagita

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ID
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CEO & Founder, Yayasan Planet Indonesia

Novia Sagita is a dedicated and fervent advocate for social and environmental causes, from Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. With over 25 years of experience in the non-governmental organization sector, her primary focus has been on community empowerment through cultural development initiatives. Currently serving as the CEO of Yayasan Planet Indonesia, Novia collaborates closely with her team across coastal and terrestrial sites in West Kalimantan, engaging with diverse community members such as fishermen, farmers, artisans, and traders. Her unwavering commitment lies in empowering local communities to enhance their well-being while concurrently ensuring environmental sustainability remains a top priority.

Hosts

Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson

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SE
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Host, We Don't Have Time

Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson is an expert moderator, lecturer, and devoted workshop leader in facilitating sustainable development. Catarina moderates for the EU Commission, the Swedish Government, corporations, local municipalities, and universities. She is also content director at A Sustainable Tomorrow and co-founder of the global climate NGO Our Kids´Climate.

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Nick Nuttall

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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.

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Dr. Sweta Chakraborty

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Climate Behavioral Scientist, CEO of North America, We Don't Have Time

Dr. Sweta Chakraborty is the CEO of North America, We Don’t Have Time. She is a partner at Pioneer Public Affairs. She is also the founder and principal of Adapt to Thrive, a venture that seeks to better inform individuals, businesses, and government entities on the complex, interconnected challenges, such as food insecurity and disease, already existing and emerging from a warming planet.

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Ingmar Rentzhog

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CEO and Founder of We Don't Have Time

Ingmar is serial entrepreneur within financial communication and nominated for a DI Gasell Award, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year, Sweden’s Environmental Influencer 2018, and International Gamechanger of the Year 2020, and Green Warrior 2021. Ingmar Rentzhog has been the chairman of the environmental think tank Global Challenge. He is on the board of Naventus Corporate Finance. He’s a member of Al Gore’s Climate Reality and European Climate Policy Task Force and he was in 2022 appointed a European Climate Pact Ambassador by the European Commission.

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Madeleine Gilborne

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SE
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Vice President Energy Division, Alfa Laval

Madeleine holds dual roles within the management team of Alfa Laval's Energy Division.She serves as the President of the Business Unit for Electrolyzer & Fuel Cell Technologies, in addition to her role as the Head of Clean Technologies. In her capacity as the Head of Clean Technologies, Madeleine oversees a wide range of responsibilities, including public affairs, investment and acquisitions, as well as the business development of various applications, such as Energy Storage, Hydrogen and Carbon Capture and Storage. Madeleine's tenure with Alfa Laval began in 2014, during which she has held various positions related to strategy and business development. She is a holder of M.Sc. degrees in both Industrial Engineering and Management, as well as Biotechnology, earned from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg.

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Speakers

Louise Rehbinder

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SE
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Director, Exponential Roadmap Initiative

Louise Rehbinder has 16 years of experience from the ICT Industry working with IT Management, IT Sustainability, Responsible Sourcing, and sustainable procurement of HW components and materials. Louise formed Ericsson’s Supplier climate action program, was part of the establishment of the 1.5°C Supply Chain Leader program and the creation of the Supplier Engagement Guide. Louise is currently working as Director at Exponential Roadmap Initiative.

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Gabrielle Ginér

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UK
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Head of Environmental Sustainability, BT

Gabrielle has managed BT Group’s thought leadership and external advocacy programmes on environmental sustainability since 2009. Her work has spanned developing BT's carbon targets, including BT's 1.5°C science-based target and carbon abatement methodologies for BT’s products and services as well as working with BT’s Procurement division on supplier engagement strategy. Gabrielle represents BT Group in numerous external fora and has chaired the UNFCCC Global Climate Action Awards Advisory Panel. She has previously held roles in public affairs and programme management at BT and has an MA from SAIS Johns Hopkins University and an MSc from University College London.

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Barbara Buffaloe

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US
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Mayor, City of Columbia, Missouri

Barbara Buffaloe is the Mayor of Columbia, MO, the fourth largest city in Missouri. Mayor Buffaloe serves as Chair of the Environment Committee of the US Conference of Mayors. Before being elected Mayor of Columbia, she served as Columbia’s first Sustainability Manager and coordinated the development of Columbia’s Climate Action & Adaptation Plan that lays out a vision and strategies to address risks posed by climate change and contributes to international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Lutz Wilgen

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DE
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Head of Design, Masdar City

Lutz Wilgen leads the design management team at Masdar City, pursuing and adopting holistic approaches in sustainable real estate design. He joined Masdar in 2016. Combining integrated design processes with stakeholder collaboration, Lutz explores practical ways to optimize the balance between environmental, social, and commercial requirements. He is passionate about the built environment and is constantly exploring opportunities to improve it. Wilgen completed his undergraduate studies in interior design and architecture at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in South Africa. He also holds a master’s degree in project management from the University of Westminster and an Master of Business Administration from Hult International Business School, both in the U.K. He has worked in South Africa, the U.K., Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Alicia Argüello

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ES
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Head of Sustainability, Hitachi Energy

"Alicia Argüello is the Global Head of Sustainability, appointed in June 2022. She is also the Head of Human Rights at Hitachi Energy since October 2019. She joined Hitachi Energy’s predecessor, ABB, in 2017, serving as HSE Manager for High Voltage Products. Prior to this, she was the Sustainability Manager at ARYZTA Bakeries Europe. Alicia holds a master’s degree in Ecology from the Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and a Ph.D. in Natural Sciences from the University of Zurich, Switzerland."

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Aline Pereira Cardoso Sá Barabinot

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BR
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Secretary, Municipality of São Paulo

Aline Cardoso has been the Municipal Secretariat of Economic Development and Work of the City of São Paulo since 2017, aiming to stimulate the generation of employment and income for the population, fostering entrepreneurship, and promoting economic development through urban agriculture and food security. Her academic background is a lato sensu postgraduate degree in Social Urbanism (2022) at Insper, a formation in Leading Economic Growth (2019) at the Harvard Kennedy School, Studies of the International Economic Agenda at UNCTAD (2007), Specialist in International Economic Negotiations at UNESP (2007), Graduated and post graduated in International Relations at the Université de Strasbourg.

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Mats Pellbäck Scharp

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SE
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Head of Sustainability, Ericsson

Mats is Head of Sustainability at Ericsson with responsibility for climate action, circular economy, energy performance and triple bottom line impact of products, services and company operations. Taking this role after restructuring the Health & Safety organization in the company. During mats leadership the company has set targets that are accepted to be on a 1.5°C by the Science Based Target initiative. Mats has initiated and participated in various research projects e.g. as a member of the steering group for the Exponential Climate Action Roadmap report as well as the ICT & SDGs Report with Columbia University on how information technology has the potential to accelerate halving of global carbon emissions as well as reaching the Sustainable Development Goals. Before rejoining Ericsson, among several other leading roles e.g. Head of Sustainability at Sony Ericsson launching the Green Heart brand for mobile phones and accessories.

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Erica Njuguna

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KE
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Youth Climate Justice Organizer, Fridays for Future

Erica Njuguna is a Nairobi-based youth climate justice organizer fighting for a just and equitable fossil-free future. They are a youth champion of the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty and an advisory board member at Climate Vanguard.

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Suketu Gandhi

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US
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Senior Partner & Global Co-Head of Strategic Operations, Kearney

Suketu is the Global Co-Lead, Strategic Operations and Supply Chain Based in the Chicago office, Suketu is a recognized industry leader and subject matter expert on a wide range of Supply Chain, manufacturing and operations topics, with an emphasis on end-to-end supply chains. “I’m focused on the redesign of supply chains for four critical purposes: growth, cost, resilience, and sustainability,” he comments. “The key to maximizing their effectiveness lies in the combination of human intelligence, and AI, underpinned by a deep understanding of how global operations work.” Suketu is frequently published on operations transformation topics in outlets such as HBR, MIT Sloan Management Review, and The Wall Street Journal. He recently co-authored a book on Strong supply chains through resilient operations. Five principles for Leaders to win in a volatile world.

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Ahunna Eziakonwa

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Assistant Administrator & Regional Director for Africa, UNDP

Ms. Ahunna Eziakonwa is UNDP Assistant Administrator, Assistant Secretary General and Director of the Regional Bureau for Africa – the institution’s largest – with a staff corps of over 5000 working in 46 Sub – Saharan African countries with an annual $1.2 billion budget. Her passion for preserving the dignity of Africa defines her leadership approach which focuses on equality, inclusion, reshaping narratives on Africa, and mobilizing for young entrepreneurs. Her vision is contained in “Africa’s Promise: The UNDP Renewed Strategic Offer in Africa.” It employs an opportunity lens to development practice – investing in accelerators and foundational enablers that unlock opportunity across Africa. She established the Africa Influencers for Development (AI4D) as a private sector engagement platform galvanizing initiatives to ensure that Africa’s Money works for Africa’s Development; the Africa Young Women Leaders Initiative; Africa Innovates Magazine; and the Africa Borderlands Centre. She (Co) Chairs the UN Regional Collaborative Platform providing strategic leadership on implementation of the UN Secretary General’s reforms in Africa. Ms. Eziakonwa spent 10 years as UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Ethiopia, Uganda, and Lesotho and as Chief (Africa) at UN OCHA, led response to natural disasters, emergencies and transitions to recovery. Before the UN, Ms. Eziakonwa worked for “Initiatives of Change” serving as international coordinator of its’ “Creators of Peace – Women’s Initiative”. She is an alumni of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School Executive Programme and has a Bachelors in Education from University of Benin Nigeria.

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Seble Samuel

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CA
)
Head of Africa Campaigns & Advocacy, Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Seble Samuel is an Ethiopian-Canadian community organizer and climate justice campaigner. Based in Addis Abeba, she is the Head of Africa Campaigns & Advocacy for the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative, where she campaigns with grassroots coalitions, researchers and policymakers across Africa to end fossil fuel expansion and propel development alternatives and a just energy transition. She is a co-founder of the urban sustainability non-profit Lem Ketema, where she co-founded Ethiopia’s open streets movement, co-created a free women's bicycle school, and coordinates a national campaign for a plastic-free Ethiopia. Seble holds a BA in Geography and Anthropology from McGill University and an MSc in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford.

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Daniel Reid

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US
)
Senior Director of Environment, Responsible Business Alliance

Daniel Reid has led the RBA's environmental, chemical, and circularity programs for seven years, where he's worked with 220+ electronics brands and manufacturers to improve the sustainability of their supply chains and better engage suppliers to enact critical change.

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Anna Giulia Medri

 (
)
Head, UNDP Equator Initiative

Anna Giulia Medri is the head of the UNDP Equator Initiative. An attorney by training, Anna Giulia is licensed to practice law in New York and Europe. She leads the work of the Equator Initiative within the Nature for Development programme recognizing, advancing and scaling Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ solutions for sustainable development for people, nature and resilient communities. Her background includes work experiences in the private sector as well as at a not-for-profit organization. Anna Giulia’s fascination with nature and her interest in human rights makes her an enthusiastic supporter of sustainable development solutions as means to ensure the respect of Indigenous Peoples communities’ basic rights.

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Adicia Burton

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DM
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Public Relations Officer, Karifuna Cultural Group

Adicia Burton is a journalist, Indigenous youth activist, former youth olympian and athlete, and the reigning Miss Dominica 2023. She was born and raised in the Kalinago Territory, the only Indigenous Reservation in the Caribbean located on the eastern coast of Dominica. She excelled in the field of academics, and currently holds an Associate's Degree in Math, Biology and Chemistry from the Dominica State College. She plans on pursuing a career in the field of medicine to enhance greater access to professional medical care within her Indigenous community, country and region by extension.

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Novia Sagita

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ID
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CEO & Founder, Yayasan Planet Indonesia

Novia Sagita is a dedicated and fervent advocate for social and environmental causes, from Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. With over 25 years of experience in the non-governmental organization sector, her primary focus has been on community empowerment through cultural development initiatives. Currently serving as the CEO of Yayasan Planet Indonesia, Novia collaborates closely with her team across coastal and terrestrial sites in West Kalimantan, engaging with diverse community members such as fishermen, farmers, artisans, and traders. Her unwavering commitment lies in empowering local communities to enhance their well-being while concurrently ensuring environmental sustainability remains a top priority.

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