ABOUT THE SUSTAINABILITY TECH AWARD
WE’RE CHAMPIONING THE TECHNOLOGY CREATING INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS THAT LIMIT THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIETAL IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE.
As the future of our planet hangs in the balance, we believe that technology has a role to play both in reducing our carbon footprint and by becoming an enabler of sustainability. We’re not alone in this belief. There is a groundswell of incredible projects and game-changing innovations leveraging technology for a sustainable future across all sectors.
The inaugural Capgemini Sustainability Tech Award celebrates those organization and people already on this sustainable IT journey. It follows the successful Sustainability Tech Forum launched by Capgemini in the Nordics in November 2021.
Our region has an appetite for innovation and a vision to be the most sustainable region in the world. The Capgemini Sustainability Tech Award aims to help bring that vision to life.
Register for the online award event
November 30th 2022 | 19:00-20:00 CET
Who will win the 2022 Sustainability Tech Award in your country? Register for the live event to find out.
Be inspired by Sustainable IT champions from across the Nordic region.
What to expect from
The live broadcast takes place from the Nobel Prize Museum in Stockholm, from where we will be welcomed by Laura Sprechmann, CEO of Nobel Prize Outreach. She will give us an insight into this year’s Nobel laureates, those outstanding recipients of the Nobel Prize.
Before the Sustainability Tech Award winners are announced, inspiring keynote speaker Märtha Rehnberg, who describes herself as a “techy political economist entrepreneur and climate freak”, will give us give us her compelling perspective on how “technological intuition” sits at the center of creating powerful visions.
Read more about Märtha Rehnberg and her keynote
Martha’s presentation will be followed by the highlight of the evening – the award ceremony itself – when we will be announcing the four winners from our Nordic countries.
We’re sure you will be inspired by the amazing projects that our winners have created in the name of sustainability.
Laura Sprechmann, CEO of Nobel Prize Outreach – Opening address
Märtha Rehnberg – Keynote speaker
Announcement of the winner from Finland
Announcement of the winner from Norway
Announcement of the winner from Denmark
Announcement of the winner from Sweden
Closing of the event
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Märtha Rehnberg is a climate freak by heart, political economist by training, entrepreneur and policy-advocate by practice. She is the co-founder of Copenhagen-based think-tank DareDisrupt, specialized in responsible disruption and exponential technologies. Märtha’s drive lies in creating better visions for the future. For her, it’s not about a crystal ball, or about predicting the future. It is rather about understanding how our dreams and visions about the future have a performative effect in the present. If our dreams are big enough and vocalized smart enough, they attract attention, talent, capital and, eventually, they self-actualize.
In her talks, Märtha demonstrates how our so called “technological intuition” is at the center of creating powerful visions. With a perspective on this decade’s new technologies and the radical business models they ignite, she dares you to lean into the future with curiosity, courage and a mindset of action.
THE SUSTAINABILITY TECH AWARD JURY
Policy making and business leadership form the backbone of our impressive panel of judges. With expertise in sustainability and technology, the jury members all believe in harnessing tech to alter the current climate trajectory and accelerate progress on the path to net zero. They are passionate about using technology for good and to get the future we want.
Former Prime Minister, Denmark
Chairman of the Board at Boliden, Mölnlycke and Climate Leadership Coalition (CLC) and board member of Vestas and NXP
CEO Senior Sustainability Advisor, Ethos
Vice Chair of Board, Telia
President and CEO of FAM
CEO at H2 Green Steel, Board Member and Author
Professional board member
CEO at Teknologiateollisuus – Technology Industries of Finland
Øystein E. Søreide
THOUGHT LEADERS IN SUSTAINABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE IT
Capgemini is committed to becoming a net zero business with science-based targets and is on track to becoming carbon-neutral no later than 2025. Our Thought Leadership program is integral to these ambitions as we play a leadership role in ensuring technology creates a sustainable future for all.