Urgent Innovations Now
What can we do to improve humanity's resilience to an escalating climate crisis? How can we better prepare and support families and communities to cope with climate-related disasters?
On Tuesday, November 28th at 17.00 Petra Wadström, founder of Solvatten and winner of the KTH Great Prize 2022 will give a presentation about her journey of developing the innovation Solvatten and how it is now being used by 630.000 people in Subsaharan Africa.
After that, a panel conversation with Petra Wadström, Nina Wormbs, Professor in history of technology, Anders Nordström, former Ambassador for Global Health and advisor to WHO + guest will have a conversation about the importance of innovations that have the power to build resilience for both people and the planet. The panel will be moderated by the science journalist and writer Eva Krutmeijer.
The climate crisis hits the most vulnerable populations in multiple ways. How can we better prepare and why is a just transition so important when it comes to global climate action? These are some of the questions that will be adressed to the panelists.