Award ceremony - Lund University Agenda 2030 Award
Welcome to join the ceremony for the Lund University Agenda 2030 Award! Listen to inspiring talks by the winner Timothée Parrique and the honorary laureates Kajsa Emilsson and Johan Kjellberg Jensen, enjoy Rebell Gitarrkvartett's music with a sustainability theme and mingle with refreshments.
The Lund University Agenda 2030 Award wants to promote innovative and interdisciplinary research on sustainable development by early career scholars at the university. The winner will be praised for innovative work connected to the UN sustainability goals at the event.
The award ceremony will be held in English and on-site and will not be recorded.
14.15 Mingle with refreshments and music by Rebell Gitarrkvartett
14.30 Welcome by Kristina Jönsson, coordinator of Lund University Agenda 2030 Graduate School
14.35 Announcement of the Award winner, in collaboration with Ulrika Viderum and Linda Nilsson, Elis Textil Service AB
14.40 Presentation by the 2023 winner of the award Timothée Parrique
15.10 Music with a sustainability theme by Rebell Gitarrkvartett
15.15 Announcement of and presentation by the two honorary laureates Kajsa Emilsson and Johan Kjellberg Jensen
15.45 Mingle with refreshments and music by Rebell Gitarrkvartett
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About the award
The award aims to promote innovative and interdisciplinary research on sustainable development. The winner will be awarded 25,000 SEK, and the announcement and prize ceremony will occur annually at Lund Sustainability Week.
The Lund University Agenda 2030 Award is a collaboration between the Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University and Elis Textil Service AB - Sweden's leading B2B textile service provider. It is the first company in Sweden to be third-party certified for its work with the Sustainable Development Goals.
Rebell Gitarrkvartett is a band playing contemporary classical guitar music with a twist. Through collaboration with composers, artists and creators, the quartet is constantly searching for exciting expressions and new concert venues. At the Lund Sustainability week, Rebell Gitarrkvartett will perform music written especially for the quartet on climate change and dreams of a more sustainable future.
This event is part of Sustainability Week 2023, an annual event organised in collaboration between Lund University and Lund Municipality. This year, over 60 lectures, guided tours, exhibitions, and more are arranged.
For more information about the programme, visit hallbarhet.lu.se