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Metals for a Green and Digital Europe (Stockholm)
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Join us for a discussion on the use of metals in the green and digital transformation. How can we recycle metals? Can we strictly procure the metals we need equitably for developing countries and future generations? How do we take into account the claims of indigenous populations when opening up new mines?
About the Event
This event will consist of debate between think tanks and academics on the Swedish version of the GEF publication Metals for a Green and Digital Europe – An Agenda for Action. The debate will involve an open conversation of mineral use with a particular look at the role of the indigenous population in Sweden (Sapmi).
This event is organised as part of the launch of the Swedish translation of the report Metals for a Green and Digital Europe – An Agenda for Action.
Speaker: Richard Wouters, Wetenschappelijk Bureau, GroenLinks.
- Kalle Sundin, policy officer at the think tank KatalysIsadora Wronski, senior strategist Greenpeace
- Charles Berkow, Cogito
- May-Britt Öhman, Associate Professor of Environmental History, Uppsala University
- Maria Sunér, managing director Svemin
Moderator: Henrik Jalalian, Cogito
Date and time: 12 December 18:00 – 19:30 PM
Format: In person event
Audience: This debate will take place in Swedish language and is open to the general public
Registration: Registrations will open shortly
This project is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Cogito with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of this event.