The Nordics’ vision has long been to be the most sustainable and integrated region in the world. With this in mind, the American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, in partnership with Mundus International, present:
The Bright Green Summit
The Bright Green Summit will highlight opportunities and serve as a platform to collaborate across industries, governments, academia, and society to provide the education, policies, products and services necessary to combat climate change on a global scale. Now.
There are tremendous opportunities to lead by example from the investments that are made through trade and the exchange of knowledge and best practices between the Nordics and the U.S., both in the private and public sectors. Practical results will be achieved through the transfer of information and ideas, and via a partnership network excited to join forces in business and climate action.
TheBright Green Summit is timed to serve as a rapid response to COP26 in Glasgow that is scheduled to conclude on November 12.
On 18 November, representatives from corporations, trade and industry organisations and elected officials will gather live in Stockholm, and online across the Nordics, Europe and the U.S. to discuss the outcomes of the COP26 summit and the way ahead.
Opportunities for green trade between the U.S. and the Nordics and the impact of Glasgow COP26 on business in the Nordics will be two critical topics of discussion at the Nordic Bright Green Summit.
Opening remarks: Pamela Tremont, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy Stockholm
Digital Transformation: Jake Oster, Head of Energy and Environment Policy, EMEA Amazon Web Services