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‘We Don’t Have Time’ plans Stockholm Climate week this April

Stockholm Climate Week

We Don’t Have Time climate social network has plans to host Stockholm climate week, ahead of the world Earth Day celebrations in April.

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The Stockholm climate week has been scheduled to take place between April 18 and April 22, ahead of the World Earth Day celebrations that will happen on April 22. This climate hub is a follow-up of last year’s, (2022) similar event, dubbed Stockholm +50.

Stockholm Climate Week
File/Courtesy: ‘We Don’t Have Time’ Social Network during one of their climate change forums

This auspicious event will be broadcasted on the ‘We don’t have time platform as well as its social media sites. The climate-centred network is set to have onsite sessions at four of their hubs, that is; Stockholm, Space Arena, Washington, and Nairobi hub which will be hosted at the Mount Kenya University, main campus.

As climate change becomes a cause for concern for the entire world, the four-day climate marathon will incorporate key industry players and the big fish in environment ministries, to share possible remedies to climate change headaches.

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The major issues set to be discussed during the four-day broadcast are:

April 18 — Regenerative agriculture, nature-based solutions, and green local governance.

April 19 — Energy Security

April 20 — Exponential solutions

April 22 — Earth Day celebrations.

During their Stockholm +50 broadcast in 2022, the 5-day broadcast was themed ‘Exponential race to zero series’, with each day having a specific sub-theme to match. The topics that dominated the Stockholm +50 were:

Day 1- exponential race to zero (Green energy)

Day 2- exponential race to zero (Transport)

Day 3- exponential race to zero (food and land)

Day 4- exponential race to zero (climatic action summit VI)

Day 5- exponential race to zero (World Environmental Day)

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Their 2022 Stockholm UN conference proved to be a smashing success with over 31 million views on Twitter, from more than 160 countries.

‘We Don’t Have Time’ organization is a social media network for climatic solutions. It was founded by Ingmar Rentzhog in 2016. It incorporates everyone who wants to be a part of the solution to the climate crisis.

Stockholm Climate Week
File/Courtesy: ‘We Don’t Have time’ Founder, Ingmar Rentzhog, alongside his team

This organization also prides itself in engaging with stakeholders, business people, and leaders to take action as far as climate crises are concerned. ‘We Don’t Have Time’ is currently the largest climate social network for climate review platforms.

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