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November 14, Special Broadcast

Day 7, Turning Waste Water Treatment Plants into Resource Plants

COP27 Climate Hub

We Don't Have Time
Ragn-Sells

November

14

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17:30

CEST

CET

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EDT

EST

14

,

2022

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November 14, Special Broadcast

November

14

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17:30

CEST

/

EST

EDT

14

,

2022

November 14, Special Broadcast

Day 7, Turning Waste Water Treatment Plants into Resource Plants

COP27 Climate Hub

We Don't Have Time
Ragn-Sells

How will we be able to supply the world population with the food needed, within the borders of our planetary boundaries? 

In this two-hour session, we will cover both land, water and sea issues, and we will have plenty of speakers from around the world chipping in with their expertise.

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Program Highlights

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Read the full program of our COP27 Climate Hub broadcast here. November 7November 8November 9November 10November 11November 12November 14November 15November 16November 17

Join us at our Stockholm, Nairobi and Washington DC hubs to watch it live.

18:30 EET – Section I: Waste water plats becoming resource plants

  • Pär Larshans, Chief Sustainability Officer, Ragn-Sells
  • Anders Finnson, Svenskt Vatten
  • Anna Lundbom, Marketing manager, EasyMining
  • Mats Johansson, Programme Manager, WWF Sweden
  • Jan Svärd, CEO, EasyMining

Section II: The nutrient challenge and alternative sources of Phosphorous

  • Will Brownlie, UK Centre of Ecology and Hydrology
  • Pär Larshans, Chief Sustainability Officer, Ragn-Sells
  • Arabel Long, Wien Energie GmbH
  • Sam Geerts, Manager Process Engineering, Aquafin
  • Christoph Ontyd, Chairman of the Shareholders Meeting Phosphorgewinnung Schkopau GmbH
  • Jan Svärd, CEO, EasyMining

Section III: What about the big Nitrogen challenge?

  • Professor Mark Sutton, Director, International Nitrogen Management System (INMS) and Director, UKRI GCRF South Asian Nitrogen Hub (SANH), UK Centre of Ecology and Hydrology
  • Anna Lundbom, Marketing manager, EasyMining
  • John Buur Christiansen
  • Jan Svärd, CEO, EasyMining

Section IV: What about Havbruk?

  • Pär Larshans, Chief Sustainability Officer, Ragn-Sells
  • Jan Svärd, CEO, EasyMining
  • Speakers to be added soon

20:30 EET – End of Broadcast

Hosts

Nick Nuttall

 (
UK
)

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

Selected Speakers

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.

Anders Finnson

 (
SE
)
Senior Environmental Advisor, Svenskt Vatten

Anders Finnson is a Senior Environmental Advisor at Svenskt Vatten (Swedish Water). He is specialized in policy, media, and technical issues on the water environment. Since 2017, he is a member of the Advisory board of the Swedish Chemicals Agency, as well as a member of the European Water Companies Association. He is also a member of the Swedish Eco-labeling Committee since 2008, and a board member of the NGO Toilet Without Borders.

Anna Lundbom

 (
SE
)
Marketing & Sales manager at EasyMining

Anna Lundbom joined EasyMining, an innovation company within Ragn-Sells Group, in May 2020 as the Marketing and Product Sales Manager. She is focusing on leading the project to commercialize EasyMining´s nitrogen removal and recovery process along with business development for the company´s other processes and products. Anna joined the Ragn-Sells Group, one of the Nordic’s largest waste management companies, in 2012 and has been working with business development and sales in various positions. Previous to Ragn-Sells, she worked as a management consultant. Anna is a graduate of Linköping’s University and holds a MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management. Thrilled to be a part of creating circular solutions for nutrients and other important materials, Anna is devoted to creating cooperation between companies and raise the awareness of the legislative hindrances that exists.

Mats Johansson

 (
SE
)
Programme Manager Baltic Stewardship Initiative, WWF Sweden

Systems ecologist working with transformation and change in the fields of sustainable nutrient management, eutrophication and clean waters. Check out: http://www.balticstewardship.org/

Jan Svärd

 (
SE
)
CEO of EasyMining

Master of Sience from Chalmers University of Technology. Long career in chemical industry with several CEO positions in large global corporations and has been Chairman of the Swedish Chemicals Association. Now Chairman of the BioInnovation fund and board member of a few mid size companies. Most important is my job as CEO of EasyMining that has developed,and is commercializing, circular technologies that produces nutrients in a way that directly and indirectly is reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Sam Geerts

 (
BE
)
Manager Process Engineering, Aquafin

Bio-engineer by education, PhD in Agricultural Water Management, worked in project finance for 3 years and then joined the R&D division at Aquafin, starting to work on P-recovery from waste water. Later on took up a management position in process engineering, and became author of the sludge strategy 2026-2040, in which resource recovery is a key element.

Mark Sutton

 (
)
Director, GEF/UNEP International Nitrogen Management System (INMS), UK Centre of Ecology and Hydrology

Prof. Mark Sutton is chair of the International Nitrogen Initiative (INI), a joint project of the IGBP and SCOPE and is co-chair of the Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen (TFRN), a body of the UN-ECE Geneva Convention on Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution. His work in these areas has included preparing options for revision of the UNECE Gothenburg Protocol and developing a vision of how the global nitrogen Since 2012 Prof Sutton has been working with the UNEP supporting their work through the Global Programme of Action on the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities (GPA), leading the provision of science advice the GPA 3rd Intergovernmental Review (IGR-3, Manila). This subsequently led to his leadership of the Global Overview on Nutrient Management for UNEP ‘Our Nutrient World’ in 2013. In recent years, Prof. Sutton has focused on developing the links between ammonia and other nitrogen compounds in the environment.

Caroline Whalley

 (
UK
)
Expert on Water Industries and Pollution at the EEA

Caroline works at the European Environment Agency on chemicals in water, focusing particularly on the EU Urban Waste Water Treatment and Water Framework Directives. She’s inspired by the importance, responsibilities and opportunities of treating our sewage to protect human health and the environment. Prior to working at the EEA, Caroline worked in water and marine policy at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), and as a marine researcher at CEFAS in the UK. She studied Environmental Science at Plymouth (UK), before working at the Water Research Centre and then doing her PhD in Environmental Chemistry at the University of East Anglia.

Hosts

Nick Nuttall

 (
UK
)
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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Selected Speakers

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
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Anders Finnson

 (
SE
)
Senior Environmental Advisor, Svenskt Vatten

Anders Finnson is a Senior Environmental Advisor at Svenskt Vatten (Swedish Water). He is specialized in policy, media, and technical issues on the water environment. Since 2017, he is a member of the Advisory board of the Swedish Chemicals Agency, as well as a member of the European Water Companies Association. He is also a member of the Swedish Eco-labeling Committee since 2008, and a board member of the NGO Toilet Without Borders.

Read less
Read more

Anna Lundbom

 (
SE
)
Marketing & Sales manager at EasyMining

Anna Lundbom joined EasyMining, an innovation company within Ragn-Sells Group, in May 2020 as the Marketing and Product Sales Manager. She is focusing on leading the project to commercialize EasyMining´s nitrogen removal and recovery process along with business development for the company´s other processes and products. Anna joined the Ragn-Sells Group, one of the Nordic’s largest waste management companies, in 2012 and has been working with business development and sales in various positions. Previous to Ragn-Sells, she worked as a management consultant. Anna is a graduate of Linköping’s University and holds a MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management. Thrilled to be a part of creating circular solutions for nutrients and other important materials, Anna is devoted to creating cooperation between companies and raise the awareness of the legislative hindrances that exists.

Read less
Read more

Mats Johansson

 (
SE
)
Programme Manager Baltic Stewardship Initiative, WWF Sweden

Systems ecologist working with transformation and change in the fields of sustainable nutrient management, eutrophication and clean waters. Check out: http://www.balticstewardship.org/

Read less
Read more

Jan Svärd

 (
SE
)
CEO of EasyMining

Master of Sience from Chalmers University of Technology. Long career in chemical industry with several CEO positions in large global corporations and has been Chairman of the Swedish Chemicals Association. Now Chairman of the BioInnovation fund and board member of a few mid size companies. Most important is my job as CEO of EasyMining that has developed,and is commercializing, circular technologies that produces nutrients in a way that directly and indirectly is reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Read less
Read more

Sam Geerts

 (
BE
)
Manager Process Engineering, Aquafin

Bio-engineer by education, PhD in Agricultural Water Management, worked in project finance for 3 years and then joined the R&D division at Aquafin, starting to work on P-recovery from waste water. Later on took up a management position in process engineering, and became author of the sludge strategy 2026-2040, in which resource recovery is a key element.

Read less
Read more

Mark Sutton

 (
)
Director, GEF/UNEP International Nitrogen Management System (INMS), UK Centre of Ecology and Hydrology

Prof. Mark Sutton is chair of the International Nitrogen Initiative (INI), a joint project of the IGBP and SCOPE and is co-chair of the Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen (TFRN), a body of the UN-ECE Geneva Convention on Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution. His work in these areas has included preparing options for revision of the UNECE Gothenburg Protocol and developing a vision of how the global nitrogen Since 2012 Prof Sutton has been working with the UNEP supporting their work through the Global Programme of Action on the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities (GPA), leading the provision of science advice the GPA 3rd Intergovernmental Review (IGR-3, Manila). This subsequently led to his leadership of the Global Overview on Nutrient Management for UNEP ‘Our Nutrient World’ in 2013. In recent years, Prof. Sutton has focused on developing the links between ammonia and other nitrogen compounds in the environment.

Read less
Read more

Caroline Whalley

 (
UK
)
Expert on Water Industries and Pollution at the EEA

Caroline works at the European Environment Agency on chemicals in water, focusing particularly on the EU Urban Waste Water Treatment and Water Framework Directives. She’s inspired by the importance, responsibilities and opportunities of treating our sewage to protect human health and the environment. Prior to working at the EEA, Caroline worked in water and marine policy at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), and as a marine researcher at CEFAS in the UK. She studied Environmental Science at Plymouth (UK), before working at the Water Research Centre and then doing her PhD in Environmental Chemistry at the University of East Anglia.

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