Bringing together innovators, disruptors and transformers taking action in line with 1.5°C to scale exponential climate action and solutions
Exponential Solutions – COP27
Emissions need to halve by 2030. We can succeed if we focus on exponentially scaling climate solutions in energy, transport, food and nature, shifting away from the fossil economy. Transformative and disruptive companies are leading the way, but stronger policy, finance and utilization of digitalisation is required to accelerate the race to the top.
At COP27, we are partnering up with We Don’t Have Time and the UN Backed Race to Zero campaign, hosting three high-level sessions showcasing how we can exponentially scale climate solutions in food & nature and energy systems.
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Exponential Climate Action Summit VII – Science & Solutions
The seventh of the Exponential Climate Action Summit series— brought to you live from the COP27 Climate Hub in Sharm El Sheikh.
How can business and society contribute to increased resilience, adaptation and mitigation? Join us as we explore nature-based solutions and carbon capture, decarbonization of industries and how digitalization and finance act as enablers.
Solutions House – Climate Week NYC
Hosted by Futerra, the Exponential Roadmap Initiative and Google, the motto of Solutions House was ‘answers only’. Every one of our debates, showcases, ideation sessions and workshops was held in that spirit.
Leaders, experts, entrepreneurs, youth activists, storytellers, innovators and influencers gathered with one objective: drive exponential climate solutions that help halve emissions before 20230.
Exponential Climate Action Summit VI — Maximizing impact with digitalization
The sixth of the Exponential Climate Action Summit series— brought to you live from SPACE arena in Stockholm with 1.5°C aligned front-runners like Ericsson, Google, BT Group, Netflix and many others.
The digital industry has a leadership role in racing towards net zero value chains, but also accelerating the movement to halve emission in all supply chains. It is crucial to halve emissions in all other sectors, while also enabling sustainable choices and raising climate awareness among people.
Exponential Race to Zero- Stockholm+50
Hosted at the Sthlm+50 Climate Hub, with over 31 million viewers from 160+ countries and 1000+ delegates in physical attendance, the Exponential Race to Zero was hosted together with We Don’t Have Time, United Nations’ Race to Zero and We Mean Business Coalition.
The series of events focused on the game-changers in energy, transport, plant-based food and maximizing positive impacts from digitalization.
Exponential Climate Action Summit V — Nature in the Race to Zero
Hosted on Earth Day, the fifth Exponential Climate Action Summit explored the role of nature in the Race to Zero, including how nature-based solutions can help us deliver a third of the greenhouse gas reductions needed by 2030 to meet the Paris Agreement.
We need to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century to keep the global temperature below 1,5°C. While the focus has primarily been on reducing fossil fuel dependency, there is no viable route to limiting global warming and building resilience without urgently protecting, managing, and restoring nature
Exponential Climate Action Summit IV — COP26
Daily live broadcasts from COP26 in Glasgow, and from hubs in Stockholm, Helsinki, Washington DC and Nairobi- hosted by We Don’t Have Time. Exponential Climate Action Summit VI covered Food Production & Nature-based solutions, Innovation & Digitalization, Energy & Transportation, Finance and Industry & Buildings.
Exponential Climate Action Summit III — Circularity and the Race to Zero
Our third Exponential Climate Action Summit focused on the challenges, opportunities, and creative solutions regarding circularity and resource efficiency. We bring together transformers, disruptors, and enablers to explore how a circular economy can contribute to lowering emissions while also addressing human needs
Exponential Climate Action Summit II — Financing the Race to Zero
At our second Exponential Climate Action Summit we bring together transformers, disruptors and enablers focusing on how to finance the Race to Zero. Our societies need to halve CO2 emissions by 2030 and continue toward zero by 2050, by scaling climate solutions exponentially. Capital must enable the exponential transformation and the financial sector must be exponentially transformed.
Exponential Climate Action Summit I — Race to Zero through digitalization
Hosted at Climate Week, the Exponential Climate Action Summit brought together the foremost thinkers and doers in climate action to discuss what innovations and policies exist that can bring the change required in order to halve emissions by 2030 in the Race To Zero.
We have explored how digitalization can enable sufficient action in businesses and governments. We have also discussed the solutions that digitalization brings in the sectors of energy, transport and industry, along with the frontrunners of each sector.
Earth Day Week broadcast
Hosted during Earth Day week, the program featured the brightest minds to discuss solutions to the climate crisis, covering the themes: finance, circular economy& consumption, big ideas & education and food & agriculture. 450 000 daily viewers from 140+ countries tuned in to this online no-fly climate conference.
500 business leaders and scientists say “We Can Do It”
“We Can Do It” is an international call to action to channel the spirit of inspiration, determination, and optimism of the now famous Second World War campaign. We Can Do It has already been signed by more than 500 prominent business leaders, scientists, investors,...
“There is no other plan at this scale”: the most important story at COP27
Will we get a disruptive moment at COP27? Will we get a moment that unlocks trillions of dollars for exponential action? My money is on Mia Mottley, the prime minister of Barbados. She has come to Sharm el-Sheikh armed with a plan to reform the World Bank and the...
Exponential Solutions (in the Race to Zero)
Emissions need to halve by 2030. We can succeed if we focus on the scale-up of climate solutions exponentially, shifting out the fossil economy. We need a laser focus on how to scale the climate solutions 5X faster than today in all sectors, including energy, food...
COP27 session: IKEA’s 4 Climate Pillar strategy
COP27 session: Pär Stenmark, Chief Sustainability Officer, Inter IKEA Group, highlights their 4 Climate Pillar strategy to reduce IKEA's emissions and the emissions they influence. Live from the We Don't Have Time's COP27 Hub at the Nature Positive Pavilion, as part...
COP27 session: Reaching net zero through the value chain
COP27 Session: Hosted at the Business Sweden Pavilion, this session highlights how Normative, BT Group and Ericsson are taking action across the 4 Climate Pillars of the 1.5°C Business Playbook to cut their emissions and the emissions they influence. ...
Exponential Solutions: Energy
The energy transformation is the single most significant investment opportunity of our generation. COP27 is a moment to connect investors to scalable solutions in wind, solar, storage, hydrogen and digitalisation. The energy transition must be just and equitable for...
Exponential Solutions: Food & Land
As outlined in the recently published Exponential Roadmap for Natural Climate Solutions, greenhouse gas emissions from food & land need to reach net zero by 2030, and we must end deforestation by 2025. This is a huge opportunity for businesses to drive the most...
Dear changemakers and leaders everywhere. We can do it! We, the undersigned, are the impatient optimists among business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, disruptors, innovators, scientists, influencers and policymakers worldwide. Join this climate call to action...
Exponential Climate Action Summit VII – Science & Solutions
How can business and society contribute to increased resilience, adaptation and mitigation? Join us as we explore nature-based solutions and carbon capture, decarbonization of industries and how digitalization and finance act as enablers. Speakers include: Prof. Dr....
Exponential Roadmap Initiative at COP27
Emissions need to halve by 2030. We can succeed if we focus on exponentially scaling climate solutions in energy, transport, food and nature, shifting away from the fossil economy. At COP27, we are partnering up with We Don't Have Time and the UN Backed Race to Zero...
Solutions House at Climate Week New York: Reinventing supply chains to halve emissions by 2030
For many companies, most emissions are locked in their supply chains. These emissions are difficult to reach and even more difficult to control. Watch our broadcast from Solutions House at Climate Week NYC to hear how companies such as Ericsson, Polestar, Apple and...
Solutions House at Climate Week New York: Launch of 1.5°C Business Playbook 2.0
The first 1.5°C Business Playbook was a hit and is supported by companies with a combined revenue of over 900 billion dollars. Watch our launch event from Solutions House at Climate Week NYC to hear how climate leaders like Ericsson, Netflix, IKEA and Ørsted apply the...
Solutions House at Climate Week New York: Natural Climate Solutions
This session on Natural Climate Solutions, some of the world’s leading experts presented the latest research on climate solutions from land, forest, agriculture, peat and wetland. They will introduce a new report, the Exponential Roadmap for Natural Climate Solutions....
Exponential Climate Action at Climate Week NYC
This NYC Climate Week, you are invited to Solutions House. Leaders, experts, entrepreneurs, youth activists, storytellers, innovators and influencers will gather with one objective: drive exponential solutions. Solutions House is dedicated to exponential climate...
Exponential Roadmap Initiative at Stockholm+50
Watch the 3 minute video from the Exponential Race to Zero events, with over 31 million viewers from more than 160 countries. Hosted by We Don’t Have Time, Exponential Roadmap Initiative, United Nations’ Race to Zero and We Mean Business Coalition, the events...
227 Swedish companies urge politicians to speed up the climate transition
More than 220 companies in Sweden – together accounting for almost one-fifth of the country’s GDP – have undersigned an opinion piece urging Swedish politicians to focus on the great business opportunities of the climate transition instead of treating it as mainly a...
Stockholm+50: Exponential Race to Zero
Within the Stockholm+50 Climate Hub, the Exponential Race to Zero events had over 31 million viewers on Twitter from more than 160 countries, with more than 1000 delegates in physical attendance. Hosted by We Don’t Have Time, Exponential Roadmap Initiative, United...
Exponential climate action needed at Stockholm +50
As decision makers and business leaders meet for Stockholm+50, the Exponential Roadmap Initiative will shine a light on the game-changers in energy efficiency, green energy, travel & transport, plant-based food, regenerative agriculture, protecting & restoring...
Highlights- Exponential Climate Action Summit II
EXPONENTIAL ROADMAP INITIATIVE: On Earth Day we hosted the second Exponential Climate Action Summit- Financing the Race to Zero, together with We Don't Have Time and Ericsson. Watch highlights from Johan Falk, Johan Rockström, Nigel Topping and Mats Pellbäck Scharp,...
Top Climate Economist Lord Stern Will Say Achieving Net Zero Emissions by 2050 is the Growth Story of the 21st Century.
WE DONT HAVE TIME: ‘Financing the Race to Zero’ Takes Centre Stage at Exponential Climate Action Summit, hosted by We Don't Have Time, Exponential Roadmap Initiative and Ericsson.
Earth Day 2021 Is Set to Galvanize Climate Action
UNFCCC: Earth Day, celebrated annually on 22 April, will again see more than 1 billion people participating in activities around the world to draw attention to the urgency of the climate crisis and environmental degradation and the need for immediate action. This...
Big Businesses to halve Emissions before 2030 to Win the UN’s Race to Zero
“We don’t need the ever-increasing number of pledges and petitions, we need companies to set clear targets, start exponential action and communicate progress. “, says Mats Pellbäck Scharp, Head of Sustainability, Ericsson in the support for the initiative.
We Don’t Have Time Conference
Johan Falk | Exponential Roadmap