Session 1 Stenegård 09:00 Measuring progress (indicators, data & certifications). What are the different ways a company/destination can chose to certify their work as sustainable, and what tools can they use to ensure they are in fact working towards their goals?
Speakers: Stewart Moore Jeppe Klockareson Marie Jürisoo Ingunn Sörnes, Ing-Mari Sandström
Swedish Fika 10:15
Session 2 10:45 How do we create Nordic cooperation? Which areas should the Nordic countries pioritize, how should the co-operation be executed in the best way for all parties and what do we gain by cooperating within the Nordic region?
Speakers: Sigríður Dögg Guðmundsdóttir Signe Jungersted Linda Vismer Maria Wetterstrand
Partner: The Nordic Council of Ministers
Lunch Stenegård 12:00 Enjoy a delicious locally sourced lunch at Stenegård, a cultural center dating back to the 19th century.
Session 3 13:00 COP 15 and the Role of Tourism in the Global Biodiversity Framework. Is it “just another framework?” or how can we make the Global Biodiversity Framework effective in restoring biodiversity, and what is the potential for businesses that take the lead?
Speakers: Torbjörn Ebenhart Pim Bendt Erik Brandsma Jens Larsson Mikael Botnén Diamant Carl-Johan Schultz
Field trip to Vildriket 14:35 The unique park that since 1992 has worked to preserve biodiversity by promoting a wilder world. Together with visitors, research and industry they work for positive change – and a wilder Nordic region. Welcome to the Wilderness!
Free time 17:00 Explore the local area or prepare for the coming evening.
Mingle and Session 4 Järvsöbaden 18:45 – 19:30 Sustainable events. How can the festival/concert industry become more sustainable? Speakers: Tobias Ekman Elias Afeiche
Partners: Jubel & Northvolt.
Dinner 19:30 – 22:30 Dinner at the historic Hotel Järvsöbaden. The establishment dates back to the 16th century and is now run by the fifth straight generation of the same family.
Session 5 08:30 Building Inclusive Communities – Local Agency & Negotiated Identities. What are the strategies civil society can use to influence tourism to be more socially sustainable?
Speakers: Solène Prince Susanna Heldt Cassel Mats Leivig Po Tidholm Amanda Sandahl My Fransson
Swedish Fika 10:00
Summarizing Session 5 10:30
Session 6 10:50
Financing Transformative Tourism – making the business case for sustainability. How can the tourist sector finance the sustainable transformation, and what economic advantages emerge from being an early adopter of sustainability?
Our call to action – summary of actions. What’s happening now, looking ahead and planing for next year!
Speakers: Mikael Botnèn Diamant Carl-Johan Schultz Fredrik Nilzén, Mia Forsgren Ida Ryentorp Linda Mannerby
Closing session 12:00 Time to reflect on this years summit as well as setting sight on Järvsö Summit 2024 and what we would like to have achieved by then.