For outstanding contributions
towards a more sustainable future.

The world’s leading sustainability award aims to recognise and support outstanding contributions from around the world.
Our goal is to stimulate creativity and achieve lasting synergies as we strive to strike the right balance between ecological, environmental and social needs.
The prize has been presented in Gothenburg since 2000.

Who can win?

Any organisation, movement, business, group of people or individual whose work has resulted in greater change and contributed to a more sustainable future.



WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award is a non-profit organisation financed by the City of Gothenburg, Region Västra Götaland and several member organisations and companies. You can learn more about our members under Partners. The winners of the award are appointed by an independent jury.

The WIN WIN Secretariat

Our office is located at the Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) in Gothenburg, Sweden. GMV is a co-operation platform for sustainable development and environmental research mandated by both Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg.

The secretariat consists of a strong and diverse group of people from all kinds of backgrounds. What brings us together is the drive and motivation to create real change for the better!



The Secretariat members

Nathalie Bödtker-Lund,
Executive Director

Madeleine Jostedt Ulrici
Director of Business & Communication

Lisa Kolarby
Project Manager, WIN WIN Youth Award

Ingrid Moen
Communications Officer

Sofia Ribeiro Johansson
Project Manager, WIN WIN Youth Arena & Youth Network

Staffan Alfredsson
Chief Accountant & Payroll Administrator

Lovisa Ralpher
Project Manager (on parental leave)

The Jury

Each jury consists of seven members that together represent a wide range of experience, from the business community to academia and the public sector, and all hold great knowledge within the field of sustainability.

The WIN WIN Award jury
Chair: Emma Dalväg, Coest AB
Jury members: Anna Lidström, Jörgen Larsson, Sverker Jagers, Susanne Ekstedt and Jill Bederoff & Max Mohammadi.
Expert advisor 2022: Patrik Henriksson, Researcher in Aquatic Foods.

The WIN WIN Youth Award jury
Chair: Ahmed Al-Qassam, Friluftsfrämjandet
Jury members: Mia Edofsson, Ludwig Bengtsson Sonesson, Viveca Reimers, Alexina Thorén Williams, Ingmar Rentzhog and Eva Eiderström.
Expert advisor 2022: Stefan Heilscher, Senior Manager at SIWI.

WIN WIN Youth Award Ambassador

Daniel Samuelsson has taken over the megaphone as the WIN WIN Youth Ambassador 2021-2022!

Currently, Daniel is one of the Swedish Youth Representatives to the United Nations High-Level Political Forum and is passionate about issues regarding sustainability and youth inclusion. In his role as a Youth Representative, he acts as a link between the youth movement and decision makers, raising issues important to youth as well as increasing meaningful inclusion of young people in such processes.

Daniel believes that young people are crucial for creating a sustainable world and is therefore excited to be the WIN WIN Youth Award Ambassador.

The Jury Selection Committee

The jury selection committee is responsible for making sure the WIN WIN jury consists of knowledgeable and qualified members.

The jury selection committee consists of:
Rebecka Jorquera Hallén, Head of Operations at Agenda 2030 West.
Jonas Wilhelmsson, Head of Innovation and Sustainability at Ericsson Göteborg.
Sara Pettersson, Planning Officer Environment and Climate at the City of Gothenburg.
Filip Eklund, Sustainability Strategist at Göteborg & Co.
Ann-Christin Sande, CEO at Gunnebo Slott.
Else Ingeborn, former Global Client Executive at SEB.



The Board

The board is made up of representatives from our members. Three representatives from the City of Gothenburg, two representatives from the Region Västra Götaland and two representatives from our other partner companies and organisations.

The present board consists of:
Chairperson: Emmyly Bönfors (C), municipal commissioner in the City of Gothenburg.
Vice chairperson: Kerstin Lindeberg Göransson, Akademiska Hus
Other board members: Karin Pleijel (MP), municipal commissioner in the City of Gothenburg, Magnus Berntsson (KD), chairperson of the environmental committee, the Region Västra Götaland, Evalena Öman (V), 2nd vice chairperson of the environmental committee, the Region Västra Götaland, Gustaf Göthberg (M), chairperson of the permit committee at the environmental administration of the City of Gothenburg, Eva Halvarsson, CEO the Second AP Fund and Jonas Solehav, Senior Sustainability Advisor at SEB.



Are you interested in being a part of the WIN WIN organisation? If we have any opportunities available we will list it below. If we don’t have any current opportunities available, feel free to send a general application to

Video production

Internship / Video production

For the Autumn of 2021 we’re looking for an intern who already knows the ins and outs of video making, but wants to learn more and have the possibility to produce inspiring content for us. The description is in Swedish but we also accept applicants who do not master the Swedish language.


Internship / Influencer marketing

For the Autumn of 2021 we’re also on the lookout for an intern who has the knowledge and wants to learn more about social media and influencer marketing. The description is in Swedish but we also accept applicants who do not master the Swedish language. It’s important to possess great knowledge of English in this role.


Influencer marketing