June 22, 7:45am - 9:00am CEST. Hosted at Göteborgs Konserthus
part of a series on Survival
About the speaker
The last CreativeMornings breakfast of the season is all about survival, and with the Paris Agreement being so in focus lately we all know one critical part to ensuring that: sustainability.
David Andersson is a researcher at Chalmers and does interdisciplinary work around sustainability, which, among other things, includes coming up with solutions for how to creatively engage and inform individuals about their carbon footprint. Whether it’s a tv-show, an app, or inviting young teenagers to take part in the work, David has a passionate approach to this challenging topic.
Remember to bring your mobile phone to the talk as it will be interactive. June 22 is the date and if you’ve been to any of our previous events you know one thing: It’s gonna be awesome!
The Gothenburg Symphony is our main partner. Not only do they let us use their concert hall every month, they also film the events using their broadcast quality tv equipment and are our biggest fans. The Gothenburg Symphony rock! Big time!
This month’s breakfast partner is Billes – one of Sweden’s most environmentally friendly printing companies, working with both physical prints and digital solutions. Since 2011, Billes has been a carbon neutral company and today they have reduced their carbon footprint by more than 70%.
Stendahls is a long-term partner to CreativeMornings Gothenburg. This month they provide us with brilliant filming, transportation and other vital parts needed to pull off an event like this.
Please note that this event is on a Thursday!