The innovation camp will be organised by Development Goals Forum, as part of DGF2020
Globalisation, a sustainability forum that will take place in Oslo from the 1st to 6th of March. The teams
will receive guidance by professional mentors from Young Sustainable Impact (YSI) and Oslo Metropolitan
University (OsloMet), in the process of exploring the case and finding solutions that later on will be
tested and validated. This will result in a short report and presentation that gives Sparebank 1 Østlandet a
new concept to develop further.
The teams will present their ideas at the climate day during DGF2020, at Oslo Kongressenter on the 6th of March. A jury will choose the winning team that will be rewarded a gift voucher, and later on present their idea at the headquarters of Sparebank 1 Østlandet.
This workshop will cover three innovative financing landscapes that aim to reach financial transformation in the public and private sectors and raise new capital to help the achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Blue Bonds, Microfinance, Pension Funds & CSR. Following these three presentations, our interactive discussion will address the opportunities that these financing solutions offer and how to apply them in different industries to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges through the SDGs framework.Read more
The workshop focuses on the challenges that is discussed in the panel; How can climate journalism
communicate better with young people? And how can young people communicate with journalists? We will
creatively focus on several challenges and the overarching goal is to improve climate journalism. How is
climate change thematized, how should it be told or visualized, and how can young people be involved? The
workshop participants will also discuss issues of trust and responsibility and try to come up with new
ideas that will be useful for you.
The tickets are limited to 35 participants only.
How would you change the world’s energy situation? What choices would you make to
keep global warming below 2C?
Join DNV GL to play the Energy Transition Game, a highly interactive, role-playing game. It uses the En-ROADS simulation model to engage participants in exploring key technology and policy solutions for speeding up the energy transition. The game is conducted as a simulated emergency climate summit organized by the United Nations that convenes six groups of stakeholders, including fossil fuel industries, renewables’ investors, and others. The task is to establish a concrete plan that limits warming to the Paris Agreement goal of ‘well below 2 degrees’. The task is daunting, both in the game and in the real world. The game is a fun format that allows groups to explore energy options and see what it would really take to address this global challenge.
The tickets are limited to 40 participants only.