BRIGHT GREEN SUMMIT

22 November 2022


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BRIGHT GREEN SUMMIT 2022

Opportunity in the midst of crisis

Presented from Sweden to create powerful, positive climate action on a global scale

Mundus International, in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden, present the second annual Bright Green Summit.

On 22 November 2022, the second annual Bright Green Summit will host a full live and online day of politicians, diplomats, experts and business taking us through the latest developments in the twin climate and energy crises.

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.

There are tremendous opportunities to lead by example from the investments that are made through trade and the exchange of knowledge and best practices in both private and public sectors, between Sweden and the U.S., and throughout the EU and the rest of the world.

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.

Join us at Hilton Slussen Hotel in Stockholm or online

OUR CORPORATE PARTNERS

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THE BRIGHT GREEN SUMMIT IS A RAPID RESPONSE TO COP27

Representatives from corporations, trade and industry organizations and government representatives will gather live in Stockholm, and online from the U.S., across the EU and the rest of the world to discuss the outcomes of the COP27 summit, including:

Securing global net zero emissions across the entire social spectrum by mid-century to limit temperature increases to below 1.5 degrees

Adapting business to protect communities and natural habitats

Mobilizing finance that will lead to quick gains in positive climate change

Removing barriers between countries so they can work across borders in harmony together

The discussions that take place at the 2022 Bright Green Summit will be a model to follow in terms of the innovation, resolve and talent that is needed to create immediate, lasting and meaningful change on a global scale. This includes:

How the goals set at COP27 will impact Sweden, the U.S., EU, and the rest of the world

What effect agreements made will have on business and trade in the region and with the U.S.

Who will likely emerge as the winners or losers from different business and government viewpoints

How you can position yourself and your business

EMBASSY PARTNERS

AGENDA

08:00 – 08:25 Morning Mingle with coffee

08:30 – 08:35 Welcome

Mr Peter Dahlen, Managing Director AmCham Sweden

Ms Jessica Nilsson Williams, CEO & Founder, Mundus International

8:40 – 12:05 MORNING SESSION

08:40 – 09:20 COP27: Highs and Lows – Where can we go from here? 

H.E. Ms Judith Gough, British Ambassador to Sweden

Mr Ahmed Abdel Rehim, Embassy of Egypt

Ms Malin Berge, Global Head of Sustainability Innovation at Mastercard (present at COP27)

Mr Mattias Wikström, CEO Doconomy (present at COP27)

Moderator: Mr Robert Watt, Stockholm Environment Institute

09:25 – 09:30 Sweden Commitment

Dr. Daniel Westlén, State Secretary to   the Minister for Climate and Environment

09:35 – 10:35 National Perspectives on the Green Transition

H.E. Mr Bernard Philip, Ambassador of Australia to Sweden

H.E. Mr Etienne Le Harviel de Gonneville, Ambassador of France to Sweden

H.E. Christina Beinhoff, Ambassador of Germany to Sweden

H.E. Mr Kamapradipta Isnomo, Ambassador of Indonesia to Sweden

Moderator: Mr Sean Williams, Commercial Director, Mundus International

    10:40 – 11:20 Infrastructure Panel Discussion

    Panelist: Ms Emilia Hagberg, Senior Sustainability Manager, Skanska Group

    Panelist: Mr Rob Duff, Sustainable Business Development Director, Washington Department of Commerce

    Panelist: Mr Christer Otterström, CEO, Hummeltorp Sverige AB

    Panelist: Mr David Frydlinger, Managing Partner, Cirio Law Firm

    Panelist: Mr André Annema, Co-owner, AllChiefs

    Moderator: Mr Laszlo Sajtos, Misum, Stockholm School of Economics

    11:25 – 12:05 Mobility Panel Discussion

    Panelist: Mr Heinrich Lange, Senior Director Sales Northern Europe & Head of Global Account Management EMEA, Lufthansa German Airlines

    Panelist: Mr Martin Phillips, CEO, Talga Group Europe

    Panelist: Mr Martin Ruist, CEO/Partner Four PR

    Panelist: Ms Susanne Palli, CEO, go-e

    Moderator: Professor/Dean Sofia Ritzén, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

      12:05 – 13:05 Networking lunch

      13:05 – 17:00 AFTERNOON SESSION

      13:05 – 13:10 Welcome Back

      13:10 – 13:30 Afternoon Key Note

      H.E. Mr Erik. D. Ramanathan, US Ambassador to Sweden 

        13:35 – 13:45 Recap

        13:45 – 14:00 Bright Green Scorecard Introduction

        14:05 – 14:45 Digitalization Panel Discussion 

        Panelist: Ms Emma Dansbo, Partner, Cirio Law Firm

        Panelist: Mr Nexhi Deti, Client CTO & Sustainability Strategist, Microsoft

        Panelist: Mr Christopher Larsson, Sustainability Reporting Specialist, KPMG

        Moderator: Professor Michael Lennox, University of Virginia Darden School of Business

        14:50 – 15:20 – Fika Break 

        15:25 – 16:05 Consumer Goods Panel Discussion

        Panelist: Ms Louise Werner, Director Future Packaging, The Absolut Company

        Panelist: Ms Charlotte Kalin, Sweden Public Affairs Manager, Coca-Cola

        Panelist: Ms Hedda Lindselius, COO & Manager, Diplomat Communications

        Moderator: Professor Gerald Torres, Yale Law School

        16:10 – 16:45 Trade & Investment Panel Discussion

        Panelist: Ms Ulrika Renstad, Nordic Head of Business Development, Nasdaq Global Listing Services 

        Panelist: Ms Jan Wiedemann, Director, Indiana Economic Development Corp.

        Panelist: Ms Philip Lewis, Global Head of Export Finance, HSBC

        Panelist: Mr Stephen Jordan, CEO, Institute for Sustainable Development

        Moderator: Dr Val Livada, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

        16:45 – 16:55: Sweden at COP27

        Mr Mattias Frumerie, Head of Delegation of Sweden to the UNFCCC

        16:55 Summarize Day’s Discussions 

        Mr Peter Dahlen, Managing Director, AmCham Sweden 

        17:00 After programme mingle

        UNIVERSITY PARTNERS

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        Bright Green Summit

        22 November 2022 

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        HOSTS AND STRATEGIC PARTNERS

        • Jessica Nilsson WIlliams

          Jessica Nilsson WIlliams

          CEO & Founder, Mundus International

          Jessica Nilsson Williams has a long standing interest in international affairs, having worked in the field for over 20 years. Jessica began her career as the political advisor at the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, and then worked in the corporate- and NGOs sectors London and Singapore before returning to Stockholm.

          Back in Sweden, Jessica headed the business intelligence unit for a risk and security firm. In 2011, she took up a senior role at the New Zealand Embassy before founding Mundus International in 2012.

        • Peter Dahlen

          Peter Dahlen

          Managing Director, AmCham Sweden

          Peter Dahlen is a government relations and business development professional with an insider’s understanding of Washington, DC. Peter is also a regular lecturer at the Stockholm University Law Faculty on the U.S. legislative process.

        • Sean Williams

          Sean Williams

          Commercial Director, Mundus International

          Sean Williams began his career in the oil industry Australia. After working internationally in commercial roles with BP in South Africa, the UK and Singapore Sean moved to Sweden with his family in 2009.

          Sean worked in business development and then as the Strategy and Growth Director for NASDAQ Commodities from 2009 to 2015. He holds an engineering degree from Adelaide University and an MBA from the Darden Business School at the University of Virginia.

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