Open seminar: Beyond recycling, 21 aug
Visit Pop up Reuse Container and stay for an open seminar to learn more about how Stockholm City is working to revolutionize waste management and gain insight into ongoing research about Sustainable Consumption at KTH.
Stockholm aims to become one of the world's most sustainable cities. One step in achieving this aim is the development of waste management that is simple, sustainable and forward thinking. To achieve an effective waste management the life span of furniture, clothing and kitchen accessories must be prolonged. When the same item changes owners several times, consumption becomes more sustainable.
Katarina Luhr, Vice Mayor of Environment and Climate Stockholm Stad, Karin Bradley, Programme Director Mistra Sustainable Consumption KTH, Göran Finnveden, Vice President for Sustainability KTH and Karin Sundin, Technical Officer Stockholm Vatten och Avfall.
Date: 21 Aug
Place: The square outside of Valhallavägen 79
Registration is Free: All registered participants will receive a vegetarian wrap (KTH) and a water bottle (SVOA).
Göran Finnveden, Vice President for Sustainability KTH
12:05 ”Waste, a tool for a climate positive Stockholm”
Katarina Luhr, Vice Mayor of Environment and Climate, Stockholm
12:25 ”Sustainable furnishing - mapping Sustainable interior design"
Karin Bradley, Programme Director Mistra Sustainable Consumption KTH
12.40 Stockholm's waste management and PopUp ReUse Container
Karin Sundin, Technical Officer Stockholm Vatten och Avfall -
13:00 Seminar ends