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Nordic Climate Solutions - Bella Center, Copenhagen – Towards and beyond the COP 15

On 25 & 26 November 2008 the Nordic Climate Change will unite business leaders, political stakeholders and researchers around a conference and trade show.

25 November 2008 - 26 November 2008

Towards and beyond the COP 15

Mounting pressure on world leaders to fight climate change is driving the development of solutions for low-carbon life styles, while rewarding businesses and industries catering for the low-carbon economy we are now entering. Climate change and energy demand are complex global issues that require an international and holistic approach as well as the involvement of all sectors. Towards and beyond COP15, Nordic Climate Solutions will attract over 1,000 business leaders, political stakeholders and researchers to take part in the most important conference and trade show within cleantech, energy and climate change in Northern Europe.

We hope you will be one of them!

The 70 speakers at the conference include:
Fredrik Reinfeldt, Swedish Prime Minister, Henrik Fisker, CEO, Fisker automotive; Ed Crooks, Energy Editor, Financial Times; Jeremy Oppenheim, Director, McKinsey & Co.; Thomas Bergmark, Manager Social & Environment Affairs, IKEA; Vinod Khosla, CEO, Khosla Group; Roland Risser, Director for Customer Energy Efficiency, PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric Company); James Mahoney, Director, Cleantech Group China; Connie Hedegaard, Danish Minister for Climate and Energy; Mark Whitby, CEO, Rambøll Whitbybird; Erik Rasmussen, CEO, Monday Morning and Founder of Copenhagen Climate Council; Halldór Ásgrímsson, Secretary General for the Nordic Council of Ministers; Johnny Åkerholm, President and CEO, Nordic Investment Bank; Salla Ahonen, Senior Manager, Environmental & regulatory affairs, Nokia; Klas Eklund, Senior Economist and author, SEB; John Grant, Consultant and author of "The Green Marketing Manifesto"; Dr. Paolo Frankl, Head of the Renewable Energy Unit, International Energy Agency; Elisabeth Grieg, President, Norwegian Shipowners' Association CEO Greig International AS, Thomas Bergmark, Manager of Social & Environmental Affairs, IKEA, Thomas Brachmann, Senior Engineer, Automobile Technical Public Relations, Honda Europe, Hunter Lovins, President of Natural Capitalism.For further information, visit:


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