About this Event
On 30th January 2020, Stockholm Environment Institute will host an event at Södra Teatern, Södermalm, on the circular management of nutrients in the Baltic Sea Region. A panel discussion will feature perspectives from stakeholders in the region.
This discussion will build upon the outcomes of the inquiry by the Swedish government into a possible ban of sewage sludge spreading on farmland and the introduction of a phosphorus recycling requirement.
The event will begin with a screening of “Sea of Opportunity”, an 18 minute film produced by BONUS RETURN highlighting solutions for recovering and reusing nutrients in Europe.
15:30 Welcome and registration
15:45 Introduction by Karina Barquet, SEI, Project Cordinator, BONUS RETURN
16:00 Film Screening: ”Sea of Opportunity” (Watch the trailer)
16:20 Panel discussion – Moderated by Sten Stenbeck, RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden)
- Jennifer McConnville, Dept. of Energy and Technology, SLU
- Mats Johansson, Ecoloop
- Jan Eksvärd, Inspire Action and Research AB
- Elin Kusoffsky, Uppsala Vatten
- Jakob Granit, Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
- Annica Blix, NIRAS
17:45 Closing remarks and mingle
19:45 Bar closes
About BONUS RETURN
BONUS RETURN is a project exploring how ecotechnologies can turn nutrients and carbon from environmental problems into circular solutions in the Baltic Sea Region. This three-year project started in 2017 under the coordination of Stockholm Environment Institute, together with the following partners: Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS), Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), Uppsala University(UU), RISE Research Institutes of Sweden and University of Copenhagen (UCPH).
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