Welcome to a seminar on climate, poverty, inequality and politics with, amongst others, Johan Rockström, Anders Wijkman and the national coordinator for the 2030 Agenda Gabriel Wikström.
The starting point of the discussion will be the book Earth for All: A Survival Guide for Humanity, in which leading economists and scientists present five extraordinary, transformational turnarounds that will enable prosperity for all on Earth, within the planetary boundaries, and within a single generation.
The book also marks the 50th anniversary of The Club of Rome’s report ‘The Limits to Growth’ and is the result of a joint project engaging over 40 leading thinkers from around the globe.
Implementing Earth4All’s vision will require strong support from every facet of society towards transformational change and economic systems change, creating the conditions for reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This seminar is organised by book editors Natur & Kultur and Arena idé together with Stockholm Resilience Centre and Global Utmaning.
Johan Rockström, director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, world leading climate and sustainability scientist.
Anders Wijkman, honorary chairman of The Club of Rome and one of Sweden’s leading thinkers on climate and environmental issues.
David Collste, sustainability researcher who was involved in developing the simulation model behind Earth4All, Stockholm Resilience Centre.
Elinor Odeberg, chief economist at the think tank Arena Idé, specialised in climate issues.
Eva Svedling, CEO of the think tank Global Utmaning and former state secretary at Isabella Lövin.
Gabriel Wikström, politician and national coordinator for Agenda 2030.
The moderator will be Lisa Pelling, head of the think tank Arena Idé, specialised in democracy and welfare issues.