Transformation Towards Sustainable Collective Mobility in Cities and Regions
The way we move and commute in our cities is always changing, driven by our need for livable common spaces and a will to reduce our carbon footprint. New means of transportation and effective systems for mobility are key to developing socially sustainable cities of the future. Join us for a talk and Q&A with company representatives of this transformation process and researchers from the School of Economics and Management and Faculty of Engineering at Lund University.
08.00 Drop in breakfast and mingle
08.30 Welcome and introduction of speakers by Sara Sari, Alumni Coordinator at LUSEM
08.35 Thomas Kalling, Strategy Professor at LUSEM introduces the Sustainable Urban Mobility programme.
08.50 Anders Wretstrand, Associate Professor Department of technology and society LTH and Public Transport Strategist at Skånetrafiken
09.05 Jonas Selén, Marketing Director at Ericsson
09.20 Sarah Bengtsson, Head of Collaborations at Planethon and founder of Money Meets Soul
09.35 Moderated Q&A and panel discussion, Thomas Kalling
10.00 Event concludes – opportunity to stay and mingle
Sign up and choose to join at the School of Economics and Management or Online (admin.alumni.lu.se)
Last day to day to sign up to participate on site is 11 April.
Sign up for the stream is possible up until the event.
The Sustainable Urban Mobility programme is a part of Sparbanken Skåne Centre for Sustainable Enterprising (SSCEN) which is financed through a generous donation from Sparbanksstiftelsen Finn, owner of Sparbanken Skåne.
Head of Collaborations at Planethon and founder of Money Meets Soul
Sarah Bengtsson is a sustainability leader, entrepreneur, and climate optimist. She is Head of Collaborations at Planethon and founder of Money Meets Soul which aims to fuel climate hope through finance and business and has also contributed to Ownershift, promoting greater ownership among women. She has many years of experience from the financial industry in Sweden, Norway & Switzerland and was recently named in the Aktuell Hållbarhet's 33 under 33-list listing” the sustainability talents who are shaping the future” of 2022.
Professor in Strategy at LUSEM
Thomas Kalling is a Professor of Strategic Management at LUSEM and a research leader within the Sparbanken Skåne’s Centre for Sustainable Enterprising in which he runs several projects, including the Sustainable Urban Mobility programme. He is also the Director of the Institute of Innovation Management which hosts several industry-academia research partnerships.
Marketing Director at Ericsson
Jonas Selén has 35 years of experience in international marketing, market analysis and business development. He has extensive experience in supporting strategic business development projects in relation to and with Ericsson’s key customers, with a long track record in supporting the introduction of new technologies such as 3G,4G and 5G across the globe, in particular when it comes to joint business and service creation between Ericsson and telecom service providers pre-dominantly in US, Western Europe and North East Asia.
Associate Professor Department of technology and society LTH and Public Transport Strategist at Skånetrafiken
Anders Wretstrand works as a strategist at the regional public transport authority Skånetrafiken. Main issues are sustainable transport policies and how the Region Skåne can contribute to the formation of a sustainable and shared transport market. He is also Associate professor at the Department of technology and society, focussing on governance and planning of public transport in cities and regions.
This event is arranged in collaboration between the School of Economics and Management and the Faculty of Engineering (LTH). The event will take place during 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