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GIN2012: Where research meets industry

How do we utilise unwanted materials? By converting garbage, waste and spill into valuable commodities? Stopping industrial processes? During six creative Sustainability Jam Sessions: researchers will meet practitioners.

Converting environmental challenges into sustainable and profitable business solutions.
Linköping University, Sweden. October 22-24, 2012

The Greening of Industry Network (GIN2012) conference provides more than 20 scientific sessions and presentations from 25 countries, including keynote talks from:

  • Minister for Trade and Foreign Affairs - Ewa Björling
  • County Governor of Östergötland, Elisabeth Nilsson
  • CEO of Qlean Scandinavia, Petra Hammarstedt
  • Vice-Chancellor of Linköping University, Helen Dannetun will open the scientific part of the GIN2012 Conference

However scientists from across the globe will not be visiting Sweden just to listen to the latest scientific findings. During the creative workshops, experiences will be exchanged and a dialogue will be initiated with, what the scientific community call, practitioners - i.e. those of us that work practically with sustainability issues at businesses, organizations and in the public sector.

Six Sustainability “Jam Sessions” will be held in Linköping, Norrköping and Mjölby. The hosts are:

  • Toyota Material Handling in Mjölby
  • Tekniska Verken in Linköping
  • Holmen's paper mills in Norrköping
  • E.ON on the island of Händelö in Norrköping
  • Vreta Clusters in Linköping
  • SAAB Group in Linköping

“There will be three interesting and busy day,” says Olof Hjelm, Professor in the Department of Environmental Technology at Linköping University.

Where & When
Venue: Konsert and Kongress in Linköping, Sweden October 22-24.

Press Conference
Konsert and Kongress venue in Linköping, Sweden on October 24 at 12:00

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Monica Westman Svenselius Wed Oct 10 09:13:00 CEST 2012

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