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School of Business, Economics and Law

Winner announcement 2024

Welcome to one-day conference on "Inclusive transition" in Gothenburg, where the winners of 2024 will be announced.

Winner announcement 2024
Winner announcement 2024

Time and place

18 apr. 2024 08:00 – 15:00 CEST

School of Business, Economics and Law , Vasagatan 1, 405 30 Göteborg, Sweden


The transition to a climate-positive world demands significant societal changes in a short period. This entails an increased risk of uncertainty, conflicts, and resistance. To succeed, it is crucial that these changes are perceived as inclusive and just.

WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award, Urban Futures, Wexsus, and Reväst cordially invite you to a half-day conference and masterclass focused on achieving a fair and inclusive global and local climate transition. Throughout the day, you'll engage in insightful lectures by renowned speakers such as philosopher and author Jonna Bornemark and transformation researcher Per Olsson. Additionally, you'll be the first to learn about the winners of the WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award 2024, with this year's theme being "Inclusive Transition".

In the afternoon, we extend a special invitation to a deep dive masterclass for a limited number of conference participants. Here, we will delve deeper into the morning's discussions and the conference theme, providing opportunities to share your experiences and ideas. Our experts and speakers, including Per and Jonna, will guide us through this enriching session.

When registering for the conference, you may also express your interest in the masterclass. Selections will be based on your motivation, ensuring a diverse representation across various sectors. Both the morning conference and the afternoon masterclass are free to attend.

You are warmly welcome!



8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00 Welcome to the Conference 

Featuring the Burnstein Orchestra and Malin Aghed, Moderator

Lecture: Understanding Inclusive Transition and Its Critical Importance 

Per Olsson, Deputy Science Director at the Stockholm Resilience Centre

With a focus on complexity and systems thinking, Per Olsson's current research explores navigating transformations towards a just and sustainable future. He collaborates with change agents worldwide, enhancing the ability to effect changes beneficial to both people and nature. Per sets the stage for the day by explaining the significance of inclusive transition.

Announcement of the WIN WIN Award & WIN WIN Youth Award Winners 

Inspiring international examples of effectively implementing inclusive transition will be presented by Annie Hohlfält, Chair of the WIN WIN Award jury, and Alexandru Al-Qassam, Chair of the WIN WIN Youth Award jury.

10:05-10:35 Coffee Break

Lecture: Shifting Perspectives – Cultivating Our Relationship with Nature 

Jonna Bornemark, Professor of Philosophy at the Centre for Practical Knowledge, Södertörn University

Starting from modernity's skewed relationship with nature, philosopher and author Jonna Bornemark explores avenues for cultural change. Ignorance, sensuality, desire, imagination, and mortars are at the heart of this endeavor to redirect our worldview.

Moderated Discussion: Exploring Inclusive Transition Locally and Globally

Featuring: Tove Lund, Strategy Coordinator, Democracy and Citizen Services, Gothenburg City

 Andreas Litsegård, Lecturer in Peace and Development Research, University of Gothenburg 

Sandra Roos, Sustainability Manager at KappAhl 

Kristina Grange, Professor of Urban Development Theory, Chalmers University of Technology 

Malin Aghed, Moderator

12:00 Morning conference concludes

Malin Aghed, Moderator

Afternoon Masterclass 

Selection of participants for the afternoon will be based on expressions of interest.

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-15:00 Masterclass in Inclusive Transition 

Featuring in-depth lectures and workshops by Per Olsson and Jonna Bornemark


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