Programme

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Tuesday 17 May 2011
Arrival Day.  

  • Lunch Individual arrangements on your own
  •  3pm onwards Check-in @ Dragso.Light snacks 
  • Optional Activities
    • Karlskrona Tour
    • Marine Museum
  • 3pm-6pm WSEN Meeting @ Dragso
  •  6pm-8pm Dinner @ Dragso.  Light dinner

Wednesday 18 May 2011
Arrival Day. Summit Opening.

  • ALL DAY  Registration @ Dragso
  •  7am-8.30am Breakfast @ Dragso
  • Morning, TBD: Tour of BTH Green Buildings                
  •  12.30pm-2pm Lunch @ Dragso
  •  Supporting ProgrammeMorning/Afternoon Individual arrangements. Delegate Tours.   
    • Karlskrona Tour
    • Marine Museum
  • 6pm-9pm Welcome Dinner and Ice Breakers

Thursday 19 May 2011
Summit [Conserve]

  • 7am-8am Summer jive morning activities:  Yoga by the Sea with Maja Feldman
  •  7am-8.30am Breakfast @ Dragso
  •  9.20am-9.30am Welcome @ Rotundun (BTH)
  •  9.30am-11.00am Plenary @ Rotundun (BTH)
  •  11.15am-1.00pm Workshops
  • 1pm-2.15pm Networking Lunch @ Cafe J Bistro(BTH)
  • 2.15pm-2.30pm Bus BTH to Skärva
  • 2.30pm-10pm Skärva Eco-Farm

Friday 20 May 2011
Summit [Create]

  • 7am - 8am Morning activities: jog, walk, yoga by the sea.            
  • 7am-8.00am Breakfast @ Dragso 
  • 9am-9.30am Welcome & @ Multi-Salen
  •  9.30am-12pm Workshops
  • 10.30am-11.00am Networking Break Open Foyer. BTH.
  •  12pm-1pm Open space Creation Avenue. MSLS Facilitators Sustainability Forum Idea Creation. Blekinge region in focus.
    • Workshop 1- Economy (BTH)
    •  Workshop 2- Society (BTH)
    •  Workshop 3- Environment (BTH)
  • 1.00pm-2.30pm Networking Lunch Cafe J Bistro, BTH
  •  2.30pm-4.00pm Designing our sustainable future
  • 4.30pm-6.00pm @ Multi-Salen (BTH) Plenary Panel: "Creating sustainable futures:  Fighting a  losing battle?"
    Moderators:
    Marina Joarder, Harveen Narulla
  • 7pm-9pm Dinner @ Multi-Salen (BTH)

Saturday 21 May 2011
Summit [Collaborate]. Co-event ‘EU Youth Seminar’. ‘Live Green Festival’.

  • Summer jive Morning activities: jog, walk, yoga by the sea
  •  8am-9.00am Breakfast Dragso
  • 09.30 -10.00 Coffee & Registration @ Konsthallen
  •  10.00-10.15 Welcome  
    • Mats Johansson, Chair Blekinge Regional Board Region Blekinge
    • Lisa Wagnborg, YC3 Project Manager
  • 10.15-11.15 @ Konsthallen. Johan Ronnestam: Influence with social media
  • 11.15-12.00 @ Konsthallen. Irmantas Sujeta: Youth participation and influence
  • 12.00-12.45 Lunch @ Konsthallen
  • 12.45-2.30pm @ Konsthallen. The Good Tribe: What role did social media have in recent actions in Egypt?
  • 2.30pm-3.30pm @ Konsthallen. Dan Epstein: Sustainability and World Events: Case: London Olympics 2012
  • 3.45pm-4.45pm @ Konsthallen. Professor Karl-Henrik Robert: Sustainability Lessons from a Veteran
  • 5.00pm-6.30pm @ Konsthallen. Closing Ceremony
    • Special Speaker: Eiji Hatta
  • 6.30pm-Midnight Open evening Fun time!
    • Dinner @ Dragso
    • Live Green Festival @ Wamö Parken. 
    • Organic food market. 
    • Music festival.

Sunday 22 May 2011
Departure Day.

  • 7am-9.00am Breakfast Dragso Camp. 
  • 10.30-11.30 Post-summit Farewell @ Dragso
  • 12pm Check-out

 

 


 

As sustainability issues come to the fore on an even dramatic fashion, the World Student Environmental Summit invites students and young professionals to discuss the causes and triggers that lie beneath the surface and to examine how they can collaborate, conserve and create altogether as one entity - the human race.

The environmental landscape keeps changing fundamentally; tomorrow’s environment will be different, but no less rich in possibilities for those who are prepared. We are experiencing not merely another turn of the climatic cycle, but in some regions a restructuring of the climate itself.

Some countries including small island development states have near-term survival as the only agenda item. Others are peering through the fog of uncertainty anticipating what environmental catastrophe unheard of may surprise them.

What will a normal environment look like? What will a normal society look like? What will a normal economy look like?The “new normal” will be shaped by a confluence of powerful forces, some arising directly from the actions taken by institutions and governments and some that were at work long before it began.

Therefore, the Summit will analyze these complex sustainability issues and develop future prospects to ensuing questions of how to collaborate with the diversity of talents, how to conserve our current precious assets and how to create solutions for problems that do not yet exist. All these require courage and leaps of imagination. Young people as leaders of tomorrow and change agents in this context will be placed at the centre of the discussion.

Please take a look at the Summit theme below and to our schedule to learn more about the specific topics.


Conserve
Protecting the world heritage

On the one hand, we can congratulate ourselves for having preserved endangered species and for doing good by doing well. On the other hand, we cannot help feeling ashamed of a mess we leave behind for an innocent generation to clean up. What do we have that needs the most protection, while countries keep their high rate of growth? What best practices in environmental management can we learn from one another? How to influence our peers to conserve what we have as unique - the earth?


Create
Imagining a sustainable future for all

Our global village keeps shrinking, some say. Others say our world is flat. The economy is increasingly complex and dynamic. In this complex world, how do we ensure our future is common and not divided? What do we create to support over 10b people in the next few years? What shapes and forms should businesses and cities take to accommodate changing needs?


Collaborate
Thriving with the diversity of the human pool

Globalisation and mobility have reshuffled our idea of citizenship, nationality and patriotism. The mundane question ‘Where do you come from?’ leaves some people speechless. As we continue to live in a society that is increasingly materialistic, individualistic and ethno-centric, how do we come together to speak a common language for sustainability? What systems do we put in place to ensure that values are shared? How do we work elbow-to-elbow to design a common future for us and for our children?

 
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