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Webinar: How to Achieve Climate Neutrality

Fossil-free, climate-neutral and climate-positive: sustainability is high on the agenda of almost all companies and increasingly highlighted in the public debate. But becoming climate neutral as a company requires a holistic approach to the entire value chain. A major task, not least for industry and retail.

We invite Bosch Climate Solutions and Lidl Sweden to talk about what shape the path to climate neutrality might take, what investments are required and what benefits await the companies that invest in their climate strategies. Bosch was the first global industrial company to become climate neutral in 2020 and today, through Bosch Climate Solutions, offers guidance to companies embarking on the same climate journey. Lidl Sweden has been offsetting the climate impact of its operations in Sweden for some years and opened the world's first climate-neutral supermarket in Visby on the island Gotland in 2020.

Listen to the experts' advice and lessons learned from the journey of creating a climate-neutral company:

Lisa Reehten, Bosch Climate Solutions

Lisa Reehten, Business Lead at Bosch Climate Solutions, helps companies develop their sustainability and climate strategies.



Caroline Kjerstadius, Lidl Sverige

Caroline Kjerstadius, Head of Sustainability at Lidl Sweden with a clear plan of the company's climate work. 



For whom 
The webinar is held in English and is aimed at Swedish and German companies interested in developing their climate and sustainability strategies.  

For members of the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, the webinar is free of charge. Non-members pay 480 SEK plus VAT.


German Swedish Tech Forum

The webinar takes place in the framework of the German Swedish Tech Forum, which was inaugurated in January 2017 by then German Chancellor Angela Merkel and then Swedish PM Stefan Löfven. GSTF is an innovation platform aimed at increasing cooperation between industrial companies in Germany and Sweden. The initiative was launched by the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce and the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).



Charlotte Renström

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13 May