2018 – 2019
2018 – 2019
Every year, the WIN WIN Gothenburg Sutainability Award arranges and participates
in a number of activities connected to sustainable development and the theme of the year.
Here you can read about some of the activities that the WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award
will participate in or arrange, or has already participated in and arranged during the last year(s).
WIN WIN Award Ceremony 2019
Save the date for this years award ceremony that will take place at the GöteborgsOperan Thursday 31st of October 2019. More information to come.
Lovisa och Staffan from the WIN WIN office will visit the Food Tech 2019 event that takes place in Örebro in march. Food Tech 2019 is a future oriented cooperation between Alfred Nobel Science Park and DI Digital where the most innovative food tech companies, desicion makers and investors meet up to focus on new digital solutions whitin the business.
Gothenburg Filmfestival, together with WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award, present SOYALISM with a following Q&A. A classic exploratory documentary revealing how big companies ruthlessly sacrifice the environment to maximize the production chain between soybeans and pork.
After the film screening there will be a Q&A with the directors Enrico Parenti and Stefano Liberti, Johanna Stål (WIN WIN Award) and Marion Bastos Lima (Chalmers).
2018.10.23 – 24
In 2018 we drew attention to the theme of industrial symbiosis. In connection with the award ceremony, we organised a 2-day conference on industrial symbiosis at the Dome of Visions at Lindholmen in Gothenburg. The first day of the conference, we primarily focused on the construction sector and circular material flows. On the second day of the conference, we discussed opportunities for cooperation and the need for a platform for industrial symbiosis in western Sweden.
Act! Sustainable is an entire week filled with activities and inspiration around sustainable development issues for all university students in Gothenburg! Act! Sustainable is organised by the Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV), in collaboration with the University of Gothenburg, Chalmers University of Technology and Gothenburg Students for Sustainability Alliance (GSSA). We invited students, scientists, industry, politicians and organisations to an afternoon of talks and seminars about industrial symbiosis.
The Swedish Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) is an independent academy whose mission is “…to promote the engineering and economic sciences and the advancement of business and industry for the benefit of society.” In September 2018, Emma Dalväg and Nathalie Bödtker-Lund participated in IVA’s workshop Recycling and Industrial Symbiosis within their ReCE (Recycling and Circular Economy) project.
2018.07.04 – 06
During the Almedalen Week 1–8 July 2018 in Visby, WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award was cohosting two seminars.
Waste Becomes a Resource – Industrial Symbiosis
Collaboration in production – Underutilised Potential
During the International Science Festival in Gothenburg, juror Emma Dalväg gave a presentation on industrial symbiosis together with Peter Carlson from the symbiosis centre in Sotenäs.