Green Week 2020
A sustainability-oriented event week organized annually for KTH students by KTH students
Date: May 2020
Our VISION is to create a better future for students, businesses and the world by connecting young talents with today’s leading actors within sustainability. Green Week is the main platform where KTH students can get inspired by, interact and network with professionals from different fields that works with sustainable development. This year’s edition is only the third time Green Week is organized, but due to the huge interest to this topic it has become the biggest and one of the most prestigious projects of THS Future.
Inspire students through lunch lectures or arrange visits to your office. Share your view on sustainability and give students insights in how they can work with sustainability at your company.
Engage with students through workshops or case solving events. Get students to work on projects or skills related to your business, or show how you approach and solve a case.
For a sustainable future it is important to not push the responsibility on to someone else. Therefore we are making sustainable choices and are striving to get the certification of “Miljömärkt event”
May 2, 2019
SJ Lunch Lecture
May 2nd, 12:10, Nya Matsalen
"To work with sustainability is about using your talent. Everyone can work with sustainability issues, regardless of education or specialization." Come and discover how, getting to know the digitalization efforts SJ has made.
May 3, 2019
Preem Lunch Lecture
May 3rd, 12:10, Nya Matsalen
Preem's vision is to lead the transformation towards a sustainable society. Come and listen to our lunch lecture where we talk about how we can be part of the solution to our greatest challenge today.
May 6, 2019
IKEA Lunch Lecture
May 6th, 12:10, Nya Matsalen
On stage you will meet with Per Stoltz, Sustainability Waste and Resource Change Leader and Daniel Haltia, Circular Business Design Leader who will elaborate on the ambitions IKEA has, what we have done in the past and more importantly how we are innovating and developing IKEA to transform to a more circular company.
May 6, 2019
May 6th, 15:30, Gröten
Sustainability leadership – how to get a job within sustainability. A workshop about careers in sustainable development & sustainability leadership given by Ida Berg from Sustainergies, a career platform for students wanting to drive sustainable development in their professional roles.
May 7, 2019
IKEA Breakfast Workshop
May 7th, 8:15, Gröten
During the morning workshop you will be co-creating together with Daniel Haltia and Peter Abrahamsson about disownership and what it would mean for you to not have the burden to own things anymore? We will guide you through some of our tools to empathize people’s challenges to create a better everyday life and how to use those insights to create an offer that meets people’s ambitions, removes pain and enable them to live a more sustainable life.
May 7, 2019
Climeon Lunch Lecture
May 7th, 12:10, Nya Matsalen
Join CEO Thomas Öström (named the Swedish person of the year for innovation by Fokus) and learn about Climeon's technology that uses the energy in waste heat from industries and low-temperature geothermal heat to generate electricity. Doing good for the environment has been a central part of Climeon since the company was founded and Climeon aims to become a global leader and the world’s number one climate solver.
May 8, 2019
Netlight Office Visit
May 8th, 17:30, Netlight's new HQ (Regeringsgatan 29 Stockholm)
Gain knowledge and get practical tools to create sustainable impact together with Netlighters and friends! We’re super proud to welcome you all to Netlight and Urban Escape: the worlds greenest office. Hear about the latest assignments where Netlighters leverage new technologies to reduce emissions together with our clients. Engage in discussions where we discuss Netlight's responsibility and contributions as a company.
May 9, 2019
Circular Economy Panel
May 9th, 17:10, Nya Matsalen
Join Green Week to hear Ragn-sells, Sotenäs Symbioscentrum, H&M, and Lokatt discuss the circular economy. Our changing world raises many questions about economic processes and a circular economy can be part of the answer. What is circular economy? What are the main challenges? Participate in the most interdisciplinary event of Green Week and hear panellists share their involvement on the topics waste management, industrial symbiosis and innovation and how they take part in closing the loop. At 7pm, there will be a mingle session.
May 10, 2019
Boliden Lunch Lecture
May 10th, 12:10, Nya Matsalen
Metals have a critical significance for the development of society. This is because metals are and is needed everywhere. Boliden produces base and precious metals through exploration, mining, molten operations and recycling.
Boliden’s ambition is to be the first sustainable link in the long value chain of metals by being a leading actor within the sector when it comes to environmental performance, efficiency and responsibility. We have a responsibility to extract as much as possible from the raw materials we handle and at the same time minimise the impact on humans and the environment.
During the lunch lecture, Sara Olsson EHSQ Coordinator Boliden Smelter, tell you about Boliden as an actor within Circular Economy and Urban Mining.
Martin Eman, Manager Employer branding will also present the career paths within Boliden.
Meet the team
Green Week Project Manager
More to be announced.
|Green Week is a European Commission Partner Event and is certified as an eco-labelled event by Keep Sweden Tidy.|
We, as Green Week team, believe in the high importance of sustainability in today’s business world. We want to encourage discussion about corporate sustainability and raise the awareness of sustainable practices in different sectors among KTH students. We hope to inspire them and improve their understanding of the topic to find solutions to both current and future environmental, economic and social challenges and build greener societies. If you work for an organisation that actively works with this topic and want to reach out young talents at KTH, do not hesitate to contact us!