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Keys to a better future: Recommendations from the scientific report Stockholm+50: Unlocking a Better Future

Join us in a conversation about keys to change and how the conditions for delivering on commitments made for a better future must improve.

2 June 2022 at 13:30 CEST

ending at 14:45 CEST

Stockholm, Sweden and Online

Stockholmsmässan – Side Event Room 5

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The science is clear: decisive and bold action is urgently needed. In this event, leading experts debate recommendations put forward in the Stockholm+50: Unlocking a Better Future report. The report, launched by SEI and CEEW ahead of the Stockholm+50 international meeting, provides a scientific basis to the meeting and proposes actions leaders can take now to accelerate systemic change. 

This event is co-organized by SEI and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW).

Time: 1700-1815 IST | 1330-1445 CEST | 0730-0845 EDT

Location: Stockholmsmässan – Side Event Room 5


  • Dr Philip Osano, Centre Director SEI Africa, SEI
  • Chris Kiptoo, Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Environment, Kenya
  • Dr Åsa Persson, Research Director and Deputy Director, SEI
  • Dr Arunabha Ghosh, Chief Executive Officer, CEEW
  • Dr. Sébastien Treyer, Executive Director of IDDRI
  • Ms. Isabella Lövin, former Minister of Environment, and Deputy Prime Minister, Sweden.
  • Dr. Andrew Norton, Director International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
  • Ms. Jaee Nikam, SEI Asia, coordinating author of the Stockholm+50 Youth Report
  • Prof. Saleemul Huq, Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD)
  • Mr. Mats Engström, Writer and analyst, Senior adviser at the Swedish Institute for European Policy
  • Dr Danilo Türk, Former President of the Republic of Slovenia

SEI participants

Philip Osano
Philip Osano

Centre Director

SEI Africa

Åsa Persson
Åsa Persson

Research Director and Deputy Director

SEI Headquarters

Read the reports

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