Circular economy is the most pressing sustainability issue for the it industry, according to Nordic buyers. On March 27 you have the chance to set the agenda on how to implement it, and listen to renowned experts like Johan Rockström, at this international conference on sustainable it.
On March 27, Atea Sustainability Focus gathers representatives from Nordic it buyers and the global industry at Fotografiska in Stockholm to set the direction for the industry’s sustainability efforts the coming year. Main topic for the day is circular economy, considered by the Nordic it buyers to be the most pressing issue for the industry to address.
Take the opportunity to influence how the industry tackles its biggest sustainability issues and be inspired by leading experts as well as your peers. The day will mix keynotes and panel discussions with workshops and provide plenty of opportunities to discussions and knowledge sharing with representatives from the global it companies.
Date: March 27, 2019
Time: 09.00–20.00 (networking mingle from 17.00)
Venue: Fotografiska, Stockholm
Price: 1 995 SEK
Johan Rockström is an internationally recognized scientist for his work on global sustainability issues. He helped lead the internationally renowned team of scientists that presented the planetary boundaries framework.
At the conference Rockström will give us a scientific update on the state of the planet and demonstrate how companies and the society can benefit from the transition to fossil freedom and more sustainable business models.