A webinar about Copenhagen’s sustainability story will take place Wednesday, January 27, 10:00 – 11:30 CET.
The webinar on January 27 will provide insights on Copenhagen’s climate adaptation plan, its ambitions to become CO2 neutral by 2025, and the use of clusters as a tool for climate adaptation. The session is organized by Quercus Group as an active member of the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), who is the host of the webinar.
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About the presenters
Bo Asmus Kjeldgaard has been personally committed to finding solutions where sustainability and quality of life are combined.
He has had the opportunity to realize some of the solutions as mayor of Copenhagen for several years and chairman/member of a number of major environmental companies. He has been involved in the development of the old Copenhagen into a modern greener city with wind turbines, harbor bath, super bike lanes, climate adaptation and an ambition to become the world’s first carbon-neutral capital.
Bo Asmus is today founder and CEO of Greenovation. The company has advised and facilitated a range of projects such as test and campaigns for electric bikes, study tours for top government representatives about green solutions, or green employment projects.
Nicolai Sederberg Rottbøll was one of the main driving forces behind the development of Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster. The cluster turned out to be the largest and fastest growing cluster initiative in Danish history. Nicolai served as Head of Secretariat from 2008 – 2012 where he also initiated the International Cleantech Network (ICN), providing a partnership platform for various international cleantech clusters across Asia, Europe and the USA.
Nicolai is founder and CEO of Quercus Group. The company advises governments, counties and municipalities in cluster development and multi stakeholder projects focusing on green growth, agribusiness and smart cities.
Quercus Group became a member of CTCN in October 2015. More information about the webinar can be found at this link.