Green Growth Innovation
The government commits to making Norway the number one country for green investments. What does it mean to translate that ambition into innovation policy?
A policy direction that is smart, inclusive and takes advantage of ‘green’ as the next big technological and market opportunity. We explore what the role of the State is in ensuring whether opportunities are taken, and the importance of direct public investment for promoting the creation of public goods and courageous risk-taking in research and innovation in both the public and private sectors. This BI seminar gives you the theory and practical examples you need to get updated.
The seminar is free, incl. lunch, but limited attendance and binding registration required. Final date for unregistering is 4th May. No-show gives administration fee of 250 kr.
- Tid:torsdag 11. mai 2017 09.00 - 15.00
- Sted:BI Norwegian Business School, Nydalen Oslo
- Pris:Free attendence, Kr 250 no-show fee
- Kontakt:Bogdana Fedorak (email@example.com)
Part 1 - The role of Green Growth in Innovation Policy
Welcome by Governing Mayor Raymond Johansen: Oslo - The Leading Green Innovation City?
“Smart green growth” innovation for a prosperous society
Carlota Perez, professor, London School of Economics
Radical Innovation from The ‘Drawdown’ Project
Paul Hawken, author
Institutional Innovation for Securing Green Growth.
Arild Vatn, professor, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
What implications does green growth have for Norwegian innovation policy?
Part 2 - More for Less? - Norwegian Smart solutions
Shelf Life Indicators for Smarter, Better Food
Kristen Hovland, CEO, Keep-It Technologies
Realizing the Smart Grid with Big Data.
Knut Johansen, CEO, eSmart
Roof Power to All
Andreas Thorsheim, CEO, Otovo
Smarter Buildings in Smarter Cities
Toril Nag, CEO, Lyse
Fast growing sustainable timber into hardwoods
Christian Jebsen, CEO, Kebony
Ethical Green Impact Investment
Kjell F. Løvold, CEO, Cultura Bank
Part 3 - Green Growth as Innovation Policy
Re-inventing Prosperity with 13 New Policy Solutions
Jørgen Randers, professor, BI
Medarbeidernes rolle i å drive grønn innovasjon
Vegard Einan, Parat&YS-Privat
X2 - Innovation Center - Et nytt liv etter oljen?
Christian Rangen & Linn Jensen
Hvordan gjør vi Norge til "det beste landet for å investere i private, grønne bedrifter"?
Per Koch, Innovasjon Norge
De nye innovasjonspolitiske utfordringene: System re-design
Håkon Haugli, Abelia
Med økende arbeidsledighet; Hva vil regjeringen gjøre for å innovere frem de nye arbeidsplassene?
Politisk panel: Partileder Jonas Gahr Støre - (AP), statsminister Erna Solberg (H) fasilitert av Per Espen Stoknes, BI
Closing comments by the partnership Abelia, YS-forbundet Parat & Cultura Bank