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World Ecological Forum speaker package
Veera Rautioon 14 June 2010
Transcript of World Ecological Forum speaker package
• Wisby Strand Congress Hall and Gotland Ring are both located in the eco-municipality of Gotland
• Energy for the Congress Hall is generated from the sea and wind power
• All electricity used on Gotland Ring is 100 % wind power (30 % within the whole eco-municipality)
• The Hanseatic Capital of Visby provides all necessary services within a compact and picturesque area
• Transportation & other Logistics All hotels are situated within walking distance from Wisby Strand Congress Hall
• Airport and ferry terminal are located a couple of minutes from the hotels and event venue
• All official cars are zero- and low-emission vehicles
• Certain delegates, lecturers, speakers, and other contributing experts will participate through video conferencing
Climate Compensation Plan
• Travel-related off-set
• Investments in wind & solar power and possible other sustainable energy
• Strong emphasis on local suppliers (event-related material, ingredients for catering, etc.)
Our guiding slogan is: "Inspire and support". These tips will help you shine!
We expect our forum audience to come to our conference seeking "inspiration and support" - they will appreciate meeting people who are visionaries, planners, and doers, to exchange information and ideas - and to be touched by great stories of courage and dedication. They want their imaginations to be stimulated and challenged. As speakers we have invited "story-tellers", people who can go beyond "reporting" all the way to inspiration and emotional appeal.
1.Strive to create the best talk you have ever given. Reveal something never seen before. Do something the audience will remember forever. Share an idea that could change the world.
2.Show us the real you. Share your passions, your dreams ... and also your fears. Be vulnerable. Speak of failure as well as success.
3.Make the complex plain. Don't try to dazzle intellectually. Don't speak in abstractions. Explain! Give examples. Tell stories. Be specific.
4.Connect with people's emotions. Make us laugh! Make us cry!
5.Feel free to comment on other speakers, to praise or to criticize. Controversy energizes! Enthusiastic endorsement is powerful!
6.Please stick to the schedule and make use of the facilitator, who will discreetly remind you of the time left!
Our tech guys will document the event using photos and/or video. They've asked us to remind you of some basics to help them succeed and to help prevent 'death by powerpoint':
LESS IS MORE
A single, strong, graphic image or succinct line of text will tell your story better than a crowded collage or packed paragraph. Remember, people need to process everything you’re saying while simultaneously absorbing your slides. Rather than one complex slide, show several slides, each with one idea, image or data point.
Please eliminate slides that are essentially Headline + Bullet-Points.
If you're speaking in a workshop, you have 15 - max. 20 minutes allocated for your talk. Our facilitators will remind you discreetly about the time you have left at an interval of 5 min, 3 min and 1 minute. The workshops are intended to be interactive, so there is plenty of time after your 15 minutes to engage the audience.
In the plenary, you have 30 minutes speaking time. Our facilitators will remind you discreetly about the time you have left at an interval of 5 min, 3 min and 1 minute.
You rarely need more than six lines of text on a slide. Often, only a line or two will do.
Sans-serif fonts (like Helvetica) are easier to read at a distance than serif fonts (like Times New Roman).
A simple, elegant background behind your text should be used to complement and enhance the readability of your words. If using a dark or black background, you may want to make the text bold.
Yes, there are a lot of people in front of you, but they want to hear what you
have to say. Don't be afraid to be a little bit proud of what you are talking about.
You are on the stage for a reason.
Just before you speak...take a deep breath.
Remember, you were chosen to be part of a great group of people sharing ideas.
Then do it. Share what you have...
...don't worry - everyone is going to love you. A few technical considerations... Lastly... Welcome to Visby! We're honored to have you with us.
Everything is proceeding smoothly to make this an event to remember.
On the day of the Forum, the speakers for each session will be wired
with a headset microphone, if necessary. Speakers for each session shall
sit in the front row and will be introduced by the chairman of the session.
The facilitator/chairman of each workshop will take the time to be in touch
with you personally before your talk, and will discuss your introduction with you.
A few key dates: June 17th: Please send your presentations in to
firstname.lastname@example.org They can be in any format, we want
to check them with our computers and
projector. June 30th: 19:00 pm VIP Event We would like to meet you at 18:30 at the lobby of Clarion Wisby Hotel, Strandgatan 6, Visby to walk together to the Governor's residence Governor’s Residence (Strandgatan 1, Visby).
July 1st: Wisby Strand Congress & Event (Strandgatan 4)
Please be at the venue between 8:00am and 8:45am.
Some final thoughts... As the conference organizers, it is our duty to ensure all of your questions are answered. We appreciate your patience with this process as we work on some of the other aspects of the conference. Be assured that we have done everything we can to make this a very enjoyable experience for you.
If at any time you have questions or feelings of unease, please let us know. We are doing our utmost to make this an unforgettable event for everyone.
It has been a pleasure putting this event together, and our sincerest gratitude to you all for your enthusiasm, support
and patience. We are less than two months away from something wonderful.
We can be reached most easily by email: email@example.com
Mobile Phone number: +358 40 911 1226
...working furiously with a fantastic team of individuals committed to making this great.
Thank you so much for being involved,
Sari & Alec Arho Havrén
SPEAKERS: GUIDELINES to INSPIRE & SUPPORT Speaker Information Prezi
For those who have not delivered their presentation in advance, our tech guys can look at your presentations on the screen, give you a feel for the room, and answer any technical questions or considerations you might have. July 1st: 8.00 am last-minute check-up PS... After the event, we will do our best to provide everyone's presentation online for those who missed your talk in person. Please let us know if you do NOT wish to make your presentation publically available online.
As one of our invited speakers , you have a tremendous opportunity to get to know some amazing people. Make the most of the networking potential available!
We have been approached by Environmental Practice magazine with a call for submissions. If you're interested in publishing an article, please contact DCARRO17@depaul.edu.
We are launching a green elearning stream and welcome cooperation with our expert speakers as content providers under a revenue sharing model. If you're interested, please contact Sari after the event.
Where? The address is: Strandvägen 4
www.wisbystrand.se Plenary sessions will be facilitated by a dedicated person to help everything flow smoothly and keep us all on schedule.
Workshops will be headed by a chairperson and led by a facilitator. Participants will receive a conference bag including materials for the workshops.
Ms. Veera Rautio, Founder, Presense Ltd.
WS: Green Leadership and Management
WS: Green Business Innovation and Investments
Ms Carola Wictorsson
WS: National and Regional Environmental Policies
Ms. Susanna Perko
Consultant, Kestävä, Sustainable Business Concepts
Baltic Sea Environmental Strategies
Facilitators will receive detailed instructions by email. Facilitation Professor Johan Rockström
Honorary Key-Note Speaker
Executive Director of Stockholm Environment Institute & Resilience Centre
Acceptance Speech, Winner of the World Ecological Forum Global Impact Award
Outstanding Environmental Publication/Scientific Research and its Communication
Dr. Lars Bylund
Professor, Energy Management
Bergen School of Architecture , BAS, Bergen Norway
Vice President, eCity Consulting Ltd.
Climate Active Building and Infrastructure –seminar
Mr. Greger Flodin
Executive Director, Carbon Origination & Structuring
Global Financial Markets, Robobank International (London)
Climate and the Role of Financing: Does Carbon Financing Work?
Mr. Ilkka Herlin
Ph.D. (history), Chairman of the Board, Cargotec Corporation & BSAG
Baltic Sea Environmental Strategies –seminar
Dr. William Hogland
Professor in Environmental Engineering and Recovery
The School of Natural Sciences, Linnaeus University
Mr. Hannu Hoviniemi
Business Opportunities in the Rural Energy Market of China
Mr. Niclas Ihrén
Director, Tällberg Foundation
Thrivability, Climate Innovation and Space
Mr. Mart Jüssi
Member of Parliament, Estonia, Estonian Green Party
Baltic Sea Environmental Strategies –seminar
Mr. Björn Karlström
Vice President, Tech-ops Sevcon Inc
Chairman of the Zero & Low Emission Vehicles -seminar
Ms. Saara Kankaanrinta
Secretary-General of BSAG, Content Leader of Baltic Sea Action Summit 2010
Baltic Sea Environmental Strategies -seminar
Mr. Nils Lannefors
Regional Sales Director, Global Power Sales Nordic & Baltic, Alstom Power Sweden AB
Climate and Technology: Clean Power Solutions
Dr. Lars-Erik Liljelund
Director General, The Swedish Prime Minister Office
Climate Change - Greenhouse Emissions Containment
Mr. Johan Ljungberg
Senior Director, Nordic Investment Bank
Environmental protection of the Baltic Sea through Financial Instruments
Dr. Peter Lund
Professor, Department of Applied Physics,
Aalto University of School of Science and Technology
Mr. Tomas Otterström
Deputy CEO at GreenStream Network Plc
Chairman of the Climate Strategies and Invements –seminar
Climate Strategies and Invements –seminar: Climate and investment opportunities: how can you invest in climate?
Ms. Susanna Perko
Consultant, Kestävä, Sustainable Business Concepts
Building a Sustainable Business Culture Sustainable Strategy
Mr. Aape Pohjavirta
CEO, Sendandsee Ltd.
Role of technology in enabling sustainable development: Case Afganistan – elementary education to everyone through mobile learning
Mr. Marcus Püttmer
Managing Director of Ingenieugesellschaft Püttmer mbH and Ventury GmbH Energieanlagen
Energy Paradigm and Climate Active Building and Infrastructure –seminars
Dr. Anna-Maija Raeste
Eco-philosopher, surgeon, entrepreneur
Bottom of the Pyramid - green tech solutions for the rural and poor areas – case study of an ecological mobile hospital
Dr. Hans Rosling,
Participating through video presentation
Ms. Simone Ruiz
European Policy Director at the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Towards a Climate Deal: Binding and Global?
Mr. Bill Russo
President Synergistics Limited and Senior Advisor, Booz & Company
Automotive Green Technologies -seminar: “China - will the largest automotive market in the world take a green tech leap?”
Mr. Pasi Rutanen
Columnist, Former Ambassador of Finland to OECD and to the Peoples Republic of China
Global Green Wave: Governments and Business
Professor Derek Shearer
Former US Ambassador to Finland and professor at Occidental University
Chairman of the Plenary Sessions
National and Regional Environmental Policies: From National to Regional: USA-California-Los Angeles-Santa Monica
Mr. Andrew Skinner
The Global Lead for Green IT Community, Accenture
Ms. Sabrina Soussan
Global Head Marketing, Business Unit Building Automation, SIEMENS
Climate Active Building
Mr. Jens Thomassen
Associate Director, HgCapital
Climate Strategies and Investments –seminar: Climate and financial investors: requirements and expectations
Ms. Sue Toigo
Chairman of Fitzgibbon Toigo Associates
Social Entrepreneurship - How do we create sustainable business models?
Mr. Kai Wartiainen
Creative Director, Professor, Architect
Climate Active Building and Infrastructure
Dr. Petri Vasara
Principal, Pöyry Management Consulting Ltd.
Energy: More – and less – than meets the eye?
Dr. Markku Wilenius
Senior Vice President, Allianz
Professor, Finland Futures Reseach Centre, Turku School of Economics
Dr. Yi WANG
Professor, Deputy Director-General of the Institute of Policy and Management (IPM), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Deputy of the National People’s Congress of China
Balance between Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability Dr. Po Chi Wu
Visiting Professor and Co-founding Executive Director of the Global Innovation Research Center, Peking University and Co-founder and Managing Director of DragonBridge Capital, California, USA
Venture Capitalism, Green Tech and Environment
Chairman of the Green Business Innovations and Investments –seminar
Green Business Innovations and Investments –seminar: “Venture Biosphere”
Ms. Sarah Wu
Director-General, Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office
National and Regional Environmental Policies – seminar
Dr. Matthew Yuen
Professor, Vice President for R&D
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
www.worldecologicalforum.com See you in Visby!