After  the Paris agreement – the role of stakeholders in implementation

After the Paris agreement – the role of stakeholders in implementation

Datum: 2016-06-10 till 2016-06-10

Tid: 08:45 - 12:00


Historiska museet


The Paris climate agreement (“Accord de Paris”) reached in December 2015 was the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.  The agreement set out a global action plan to put the world on track to limit global warming to well below 2°C. It was complemented by an action-oriented “agenda for solutions”, calling for a wide range of stakeholders – private sector, academia, local government and civil society – to contribute to the implementation of the agreement. 


The seminar will particularly focus on the implementation of the COP21 agreement and the consequences for various stakeholders. It will notably explore the follow-up of the COP21 “agenda for solutions” focusing on the role of French and Swedish private sector to promote solutions to tackle climate change. It will also be an opportunity to share lessons learned and good practices of innovative Swedish and French projects.


Among the speakers are Jacques LAPOUGE, Ambassador of France to Sweden, Amal BELCAID Head of Mission, Moroccan Embassy in Sweden, Katarina ARESKOUG MASCARENHAS, Head of EU Commission representation in Sweden, Johanna LISSINGER-PEITZ, Deputy Chief Climate Negotiator for Sweden, Anders WIJKMAN, Chair of the Cross-Party Parliamentary Committee on Environmental Objectives, Johan HASSEL, CEO Global Utmaning, Maria SUNÉR FLEMING, Director Climate Policies, Confederation of Swedish Enterprises, Sylvain DEVOS, Managing director, Renault Nordic, Scania, Olivier MERCIER, Head of controlling, Saint-Gobain Nordic&Baltic.

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