Michael Ambjoørn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelambjorn/Tina Mayn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tina-mayn-2017/Lasse Jonasson: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lasse-jonasson-827568/Gorm Elikofer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gormelikofer/
Good morning and welcome to our Panel Talk on Why building sustainable cities through collaboration is the future.
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Hi from Paris!
Good morning Cindy :)
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Question 1: What are the innovation imperatives in meeting the sustainable development goals?
Hi Eithne from Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership here. Thanks for inviting me. Very interested about Velux looking to cover it's historic emissions - is that a first? Or are there other companies doing this?
Thank you for the question Eithne - apart from Velux, we know of a few other companies out there that have declared a similar strategy. Microsoft or Google are good examples.
Question 2: Can fostering interdisciplinary collaboration help make our cities more liveable and sustainable?
There is still time to submit any questions for our panelists through the Q&A function of Zoom - we will get to them in the second half of our Panel Talk.
For more info on Urbantech startups in cohort 2020, click here: https://urbantechprogram.io/startups-2/
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Thank you for interesting webinar; sadly need to leave now.
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