09.30-10.30 Nordic Business Breakfast
9.30 Transform Papua New Guinea to a sustainable country + MoU (20 min)
9.50 How digital technologies can support climate action (40 min)
11.00-12.00 Architects Call for Action
You will be taken on a guided trip through Nordic examples of realized architecture, planning and design, which in different ways combat climate change and incorporate the UN 17 SDGs, and get an introduction to the work of UIA and their Commission on the UN Sustainable Development Goals working for a sustainable transition in architecture.
International Union of Architects (UIA)
12.30-13.30 Cities: The Clean Industrial Hubs of the Future
The event will focus on the role cities will play in building and supporting the industry of the future. By procuring low-carbon materials and investing in low-carbon infrastructure, cities can drive climate action in industries such as cement, steel and waste management. Finding solutions for sustainable production and consumption (SDG 12) in cities will provide key contributions to global climate action.
14.00-15.00 Negative Emissions: Dialogue on Enabling Frameworks
Negative emissions are increasingly acknowledged as critical to avoiding dangerous climate change. Yet there are few examples of the enabling frameworks to achieve carbon dioxide removal at a significant scale.
Join us in the Nordic Pavilion at COP25 as actors from across the carbon removals debate share their perspective on the role of governance in scaling up negative emissions. The event will explore best practice examples from the Nordic region, and from across the World.
16.00-17.00 Young Water Solutions for Sustainable Development
Joint event between Stockholm and Madrid
This event will highlight such solutions and water’s integral role in achieving sustainable development. The event will feature young innovators and scientists from Sweden and Spain, showcasing their solutions to challenges in water availability, energy, and waste management, as well as knowledge gaps in climate change impacts.
- Moderator Ania Andersch, Senior Manager, SIWI
- Miguel Sequeiros Doval, student and Stockolm Junior Water Prize-alumn
- Ariadna Gonzáles Navarro, student and Stockolm Junior Water Prize-alumn
- Jonatan Persson, entrepreneur and Stockolm Junior Water Prize-alumn
- Michael Nyirenda, student and Stockolm Junior Water Prize-alumn
Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
18.00-18.30 Briefing: Swedish delegation and civil society
An informal update between the Swedish civil society and the Swedish delegation of status and reflections of the COP negotiations with chief negotiator Mattias Frumerie. There will also be some time for questions. Will be held in Swedish.
Swedish Ministry of environment
18.30-19.30 Actions Towards Sustainable Consumption of Food
Joint event between Stockholm and Madrid 📺
This session will be a combination of a panel session and an interactive hour that is inspired by a “News Hour”. The panellists will together with the representative in Madrid identify a formulation of the problem to focus on. Identified invited guests will be interviewed individually by the panellists.
Hosts: Amy Au, Irene Blomqvist, Jonas Færgeman, Stinne Friis Vognæs and Tatiana Lanshina
- Amanda Wood, SRC
- Henric Hansson, Klimato
- Marie Person & Afton Halloran, Nordic Food Policy Lab
- Elin Aronsen Beis, Foodloopz
LIVE from 4:00 p.m.
LIVE from 6:00 p.m.
We start the streaming at 6:00 p.m. with a daily brief. We continue 6:30 p.m. with a dialogue about less conspicuous consumption among dedicated youth participants: