Inclusion for action
Science has established, beyond doubt, that the window for action is closing rapidly. In November, Egypt will host COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, with a view to building on previous successes and paving the way for future ambition. There's a golden opportunity for all stakeholders to rise to the occasion and tackle effectively the global challenge of climate change facilitated by Egypt on the African continent. The overall theme for the conference is "Inclusion for action".
Selected by the United Nations, Doconomy will present Global Climate Inclusion 2.0 at UN Climate Change Pavilion and Democratizing Climate Action at the Climate Action Hub. We're also partnering with Business Sweden and will present and collaborate with other Swedish companies at the Swedish Pavilion.
"Democratizing Climate Action" at the Climate Action Hub
Doconomy will open Finance Day by presenting "Democratizing Climate Action", a session on how to use global collaboration for innovation to combine existing efficient structures with the passion of the grassroot movement to put an everyday price on carbon and educate the many.
The Climate Action Hub is organised by the UN Climate Change secretariat and while the rest of the COP is dominated by Party negotiations, the Action Hub is a place for non-Party Stakeholders to showcase their efforts in tackling the climate crisis.
"Global Climate Inclusion 2.0" at the UN Climate Change Pavilion
Doconomy is once again selected to represent Sweden as a part of the official Swedish Business Delegation coordinated by Business Sweden.
As presenters at the Swedish Pavilion, we will join forces with ClimateView, Scania, Nasdaq, AstraZeneca, Stockholm Exergi, Ragn-Sells, iBinder, Alfa Laval, Tetra Pak, Polestar, Normative, Minesto, Skanska, SSAB, Afry, IKEA, Hitachi Energy, Einride, Volvo Cars, Spowdi and BCC. This platform will serve as a hub for collaboration, discussions, and the promotion of innovative, evidence-based solutions from Sweden for a greener world.
All sessions will be live-broadcasted, find more information on the link below.
Presentations at the Swedish Pavilion
Doconomy will present 4 days in a row at the Sweden Pavilion, covering the following topics:
Driving climate action globally, together with Einride, Vinnova and Nasdaq.
Enabling the world’s citizens to make climate smart decisions, together with UNFCCC, Mastercard and Einride.
Collaboration for climate innovation and inclusion, together with Nasdaq, Spotify and Leeson Media international Ltd.
Individual versus industrial change, together with Tetra Pak, Spotify and Alfa Laval.
Our team at COP27
CEO & Co-Founder
Mathias Wikström, born at 329 ppm, is a Sweden based sustainability business leader and creative strategist who aims to innovate as well as making the complex communicate. He founded Doconomy together with Johan Pihl and spearheaded globally awarded forefront projects in Finance, Sustainability and Human Rights. He has received an EMBA with honors at Stockholm School of Economics with focus on Leading Innovation.
Mathias has won several Grand Prix at Cannes Lions and served on many award juries, as President for Innovation in Eurobest amongst others. He is a high scoring speaker at industry summits in Europe, USA, Asia and Latin America as well as with the UN and UNFCCC.
Our team at COP27
Katarina Wangler Björk
Applied Impact Partnership Manager
Katarina Wangler Björk’s role at Doconomy is to expand our capabilities in showing our partners the way to a more sustainable tomorrow. She represents a unique combination of expertise, experience, and engagement with a combined track record in innovation, sustainability, and design. Her career includes working as an Advisor for environmental services firm 2050 for two years; before that, she was heading the innovation, sustainability, and design team at EY Nordics. She is also a member of the Board of Advisors at the digital creative business school Hyper Island.
Our team at COP27
Milton Malmestrom is responsible for driving the strategic innovation agenda of Doconomy, where creative ideas for catalytic climate action is in the DNA. A member of Doconomy’s LAB, he devises disruptive solutions aimed to accelerate our collective effort to future-proof life on the planet. Milton was formerly at the United Nations Capital Development Fund in New York establishing the Least Developed Countries Investment Team. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia and a Master of Philosophy from Cambridge.