Competence development

Webinars

Here you have the opportunity to participate free of charge and develop your skills in sustainability. Greentime's webinars is for anyone who wants to listen and learn from professional experts. Together, we want to develop skills, motivate and inspire industry players to work with sustainability at events.

All our webinars are recorded. If you are a customer of Greentime's planning tool, you have the opportunity to watch the recordings afterwards via the tool. 

Webinar series: The Sustainable Development Goals

31 August 2022

Goal 9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Goal No. 9 is about building resilient infrastructure, working for inclusive and sustainable industrialization and promoting innovation. To meet future challenges that we humans and our planet face, our industries and infrastructures must be made more inclusive and sustainable.

We are guests Stefan Book, senior consultant at TheVision Partner, who gives his perspective on goal number 9 - Sustainable industry, innovations and infrastructure.

  • What does Objective 9 mean?
  • How can innovation give power in the transition?
  • Tips for organizers

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: August 31 at 09.00 - 09.45
Registration: You sign up here
Cost: Free of charge

September 29, 2022

Goal 14 - Life below water

Goal 14 is about conserving and utilizing the oceans and marine resources in a sustainable way for sustainable development. The world's oceans - their temperature, chemistry, currents and life - drive global systems that make the earth habitable for humanity. The oceans cover 70 percent of our planet and over three billion people depend on the marine and coastal biodiversity for their livelihoods. 

How is this relevant for sustainability work at events? We will find out during this webinar.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: September 29 at 09.00 - 09.45
Registration: Link coming
Cost: Free of charge

October 28, 2022

Goal 8 - Decent work and economic growth

Goal 8 is about working for lasting, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment with decent working conditions for all. We must protect the rights of workers and, once and for all, stop modern slavery, human trafficking and child labor. By creating good conditions for innovation and entrepreneurship as well as ensuring decent working conditions for all, sustainable economic growth that includes the whole of society is favored. 

How is this goal relevant to the sustainability work at events? We will find out during this webinar.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: October 28 at 09.00 - 09.45
Registration: Link coming
Cost: Free of charge

24 November 2022

Goal 11 - Sustainable cities and communities

Goal 11 is about making cities and settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. More than half of the world's population lives in urban areas, and the proportion is expected to rise to 70 percent by 2050. Growing cities can create new opportunities for economic growth, but can also contribute to increased social gaps and strains on ecosystems. The rapid and large influx into cities places new demands that need to be met in an ecologically, economically and socially sustainable way.

How is this goal relevant to the sustainability work at events? We will find out during this webinar.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: November 24 at 09.00 - 09.45
Registration: Link coming
Cost: Free of charge

January 2023

Goal 15 - Life on land

Goal 15 is about protecting, restoring and promoting the sustainable use of land-based ecosystems, sustainable forest management, combating desertification, halting and reversing land degradation and halting the loss of biodiversity. Sustainable ecosystems and biodiversity are the foundation of our life on earth. Meeting humanity's needs for food, energy, water, minerals and raw materials without harming biodiversity and ensuring the sustainable use of ecosystem services is a crucial challenge for our survival.

How is this relevant for sustainability work at events? We will find out during this webinar.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: Announced
Registration: Link coming
Cost: Free of charge 

February 2023

Goals 16 & 17 - Peaceful and Inclusive Communities & Implementation and Global Partnership

Objective 16 is about promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, providing access to justice for all and building effective, inclusive institutions with accountability at all levels.

Goal 17 is about that pstrengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development. The world today is more interconnected than ever before and Global goals can only be realized through global partnership and cooperation. The implementation of the objectives requires global solidarity, capacity building and the mobilization of economic resources to ensure that no country or group is left out of the development.

How is this relevant for sustainability work at events? We will find out during this webinar.

 

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: Announced 
Registration: Link coming
Cost: Free of charge

Completed webinars - in Swedish

19 Nov 2020

Sustainability at events, Theme Gender equality

We are visited by Sara Wiggberg with broad experience and expertise from gender equality work in areas such as the sports movement, the music industry and events.

  • What does it really mean to work with gender equality in an organization?
  • Why is it important?
  • How can you act at events?

Date: November 19
Time: at 9.00-9.45
Place: Zoom (online)

9 Dec 2020

Sustainability at events, Theme Pledge collection

We are guests Carita Classon, product manager at Returpack / Pantamera, with broad experience and expertise in event work with deposit collection.

  • Shelf life according to Returpack
  • How Returpack has helped organizers through the ages
  • How does it work with deposit collection at events?
  • Future reconnaissance

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: December 9 at 9-9.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.

19 Jan 2021

Sustainability at events, Theme Safety

We are visited by security coordinators Jens Nexberg, a freelancer with a background as a site manager in event and film production, who shares his perspectives.

  • What is security for you?
  • The added value of a safety culture
  • Event security - hard versus soft values

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: January 19 at 9-9.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.

16 Feb 2021

Sustainability at events, Theme Diversity & inclusion

We are guests Marie Fall, expert in diversity and inclusion and with many years of experience of working strategically and operationally in the field. Marie also runs the "Inclusion Podcast with Marie Fall" which focuses on the keys behind equal organizations and inclusive leadership. Content of this webinar:

  • Diversity, inclusion and business benefits, "what's in it for me"?
  • Concrete tips and tools for creating an inclusive culture
  • Future exploration 2021 in diversity and inclusion: trends, perspectives and challenges.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: February 16 at 9-9.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.

25 March 2021

Sustainability at events, Theme Climate Report

We are guests Sara Rydenstrand from Tricorona Climate Partner. Sara works as a client relations manager and works mainly with customer contact, needs analysis, quotation and contract procedures as well as guiding and advising existing and potential customers on the climate issue. Content of this webinar:

  • Get started with your climate work - why should you have a climate work and what should you think about? 
  • Climate report for events
  • Climate compensation
  • Reducing the climate footprint - what matters?

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: March 25 (date to come) at 9-9.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.

April 15, 2021

Sustainability at events, Theme Work environment - conflict management

Here you get concrete tips to get to grips with what's rubbing! We are guests Anneli Hammarsten and Anna Eliasson who together drive Brave Communication. They are driven by missionary work on the courageous leadership in various ways. They train and develop employees and leaders individually and in groups. Conflict management is often an important part of courageous leadership. Creating psychological security and trust in a group is the basis for a good work environment. Content of this webinar:

  • When to deal with a conflict?
  • How do we conflict?
  • What do you do when it starts to chafe?
This webinar lasts longer than the previous ones in the webinar series and contains interactive features.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: April 15 (date to come) at 9-10.15
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.

19 Aug 2021

Goal 1 & 2 - No poverty & Zero hunger

We get a nice visit from experienced Sabina Grubbeson who tells about their own experiences of working with poor and vulnerable people. Sabina is the general secretary of the Loza Foundation, where she works, with the help of an intervention team, to lift families with children out of extreme poverty. On the agenda:

• What is poverty and why is it so complex?
• How do poverty and hunger relate to the other global goals?
• How can you contribute to goals 1 and 2 at events?

Goal 1
is about eradicating poverty in all its forms and giving all the people of the world a chance at a dignified and secure life. Peaceful societies and freedom from violence are both a goal and a means of sustainable development. Inclusive, responsible and fair institutions are the basis for good governance free from conflict, corruption and violence. All people are equal before the law and should have equal access to justice and opportunities to exercise influence and accountability over decision-making. 

Eliminating hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture is what Objective 2 is about. Världen är idag mer sammankopplad än någonsin tidigare och Globala målen kan bara förverkligas genom globalt partnerskap och samarbete. Genomförandet av målen kräver global solidaritet, kapacitetsutveckling och mobilisering av ekonomiska resurser för att säkerställa att inget land eller någon grupp lämnas utanför i utvecklingen. 

How is this relevant for sustainability work at events? We will find out during this webinar.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: 19 August 13.00 hrs -13.45 hrs
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: free for customers (Sustainability journey)

16 September 2021

Goal 3 & 5 - Good health and Well-being & Gender equality

We are visited by Sara Wiggberg with broad experience and expertise from gender equality work in areas such as the sports movement, the music industry and events.

Simon Strandvik will focus on goal no. 3 and how it is possible to apply the goal around meetings and events. Simon will also link this goal to goal 5. 

  • What do each goal mean for an organization?
  • Why is it important?
  • How can you act at events?

Goal 3 is aboutensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for everyone of all ages. Good health is a basic prerequisite for people's ability to reach their full potential and to contribute to the development of society. Human health is affected by economic, ecological and social factors and goal 3 includes all dimensions and people of all ages. 

Goal No. 5 is about achieving equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. Equality between women and men is a prerequisite for sustainable and peaceful development. Gender equality is about a fair distribution of power, influence and resources. All forms of violence, discrimination and harmful practices against women and girls affect both the individual and society as a whole. 

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: 16 september 10.00 hrs -10.45 hrs
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: free for customers (Sustainability journey)

21 october 2021

Goal 4: Quality education

The goal is to ensure an inclusive and equal education of good quality and to promote lifelong learning for all.

This webinar is visited by Charlotte Gimfalk, an experienced training leader in film, TV, stage and events who now works at the Film - & TV industry's Professional Committee. Charlotte will share experiences about strategic competence supply and how it can lead to sustainable development. On the agenda:
 
• How is the goal “Good education” relevant in the sustainability work at events?
• Method to bring effect to those who work with the event
• How do we get competence for implementation? To attach the competence. 

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: 21 oktober 10.00 hrs -10.45 hrs
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: free of charge for customers 

30 Nov 2021

Goal 6 - Clean water and sanitation

Goal no. 6 is about ensuring access to and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.Water is a basic precondition for all living things on earth, and thus also a precondition for human health and sustainable development. We are visited by Sofia Barré at Svenskt Vatten, Magnus Wiklund at MittSverige Vatten & Avfall and Lars Westberg at Miljö och Vatten i Örnsköldsvik AB who together will share experiences about water use at events. 

  • How does goal 6 become relevant at events?
  • Crane marked event
  • Concrete tips for organizers 

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: November 30 at 10-10.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: Free of charge 

21 Dec 2021

Goal 7 - Affordable and clean energy

Objective 7 is about ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. Access to sustainable, reliable and renewable energy and clean fuels is a prerequisite for being able to meet several of the challenges the world faces today, such as poverty, climate change and inclusive growth. 

We are visited by Patrik Björklund at Varberg Energi, who will share experiences about energy use and link this to events. On the agenda:

  • Sustainable energy in a global perspective
  • Goal 7 - Sustainable energy in Sweden
  • Concrete tips for organizers connected to goal 7
 

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: 21 dec kl. 10-10.45
Registration:Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: Free of charge  

24 Feb 2022

Goal 12 - Responsible consumption & production

Objective 12 is about ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns. Achieving sustainable development requires that we reduce our ecological footprint by changing the way we produce and consume goods and resources.

We get a trend survey on the theme of Greentimes Simon Strandvik and we are visited by Johanna Nissén Karlsson, CEO of Vividye. The company has developed a completely new production technology that makes it possible to remove motifs on garments, print new prints and dye the same garment over and over again.

  • How is goal 12 going?
  • Vividyes travel
  • Concrete tips for organizers around goal 12

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: 24th Feb at 10-10.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: Free of charge 

April 29, 2022

Goal 10 - Reduced inequalities

Objective 10 is about reducing inequality within and between countries. The basis for a sustainable society is a fair distribution of resources and economic, social and political influence in society. 

We are guests Robert Inghamn, Fundraiser on Individual Human Aid (IM) which will share the organization's work where the starting point is Objective 10.

  • Women's supply with, among other things, microloan clubs
  • The work to take girls out of child marriage
  • Support for foreign-born people linked to various legal and bureaucratic problems that they encounter in Sweden.    

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: April 29 at 10.00-10.45
Registration:Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: Free of charge

June 8, 2022

Goal 13 - Fight climate change. Guest: Sara Rydenstrand, Tricorona

Objective 13 is about taking immediate action to combat climate change and its consequences.

Climate change is a real and undeniable threat to our entire civilization. Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise and as a result we risk reaching an average global warming in excess of two degrees, which would have serious consequences for ecosystems, ocean acidification, human safety, food production, water supply, health and increased risk of natural disasters.

We are guests Sara Rydenstrand from Tricorona Climate Partner. Sara works as a client relations manager and works mainly with customer contact, needs analysis, quotation and contract procedures as well as guiding and advising existing and potential customers on the climate issue.

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: June 8 at 09.00 - 09.45
Registration: Is closed. Feel free to sign up for our other webinars.
Cost: Free of charge 

25 May 2021

Launch: Updated tool & new concept

During this webinar, we will go through the news that is being launched for Greentime's planning tools. We show the new design and the new functions that are available, such as a calculator and translation. Content:

 

  • Greentime planning tool 
  • The Sustainable Event certification
  • New concept - a package for you who really want to change
  • Questions and discussion

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: May 25 at 13-13.40
Registration: Is closed

June 3, 2021

Sustainability at events: Building blocks for sustainable leadership

We are visited by Therese Johansson at the Nordic Leadership Center. During this webinar, you will gain insight into how a business builds from the inside out to embrace sustainability. We look up and look at the importance of leadership. Content of this webinar:

  • Understand the business and culture
  • Go from talking to doing!
  • Train your brain

Place: Zoom (online)
Date & time: June 3 at 10-10.45
Registration: takes place at info@greentime.se. Enter "building blocks for sustainable leadership" and write your name, email and organization