Global Outlook 2023, aimed at the global warming, inequality, Chinas aggression and the war in Ukraine, during the "Arendalsuka" Monday. And how important it is to still support new businesses despite the attacks on the country.
Monday August 14th, 12:00 -14:00 at Arendal kulturhus. Se livestream her:
Did you miss out on the 2022 event? The title of Global Outlook 2022 was "The 2020’s: A transformative decade".
The new decade is bringing large-scale and rapid changes as the world transitions to renewable energy and applies new digital technology. Competition between great powers has intensified and a major war is being fought on the European continent. Global Outlook will assess central changes across a range of sectors and explore key implications for business, politics and society.
Did you miss out on the 2021 event - Global Outlook 2021 – Recovery?
The overarching theme of Global Outlook 2021 was ‘Recovery?’ and it assessed the key trends for the coming decade as the world attempts to re-ignite the economy, rebuild political ties and tackle the climate and nature crisis.
Ine Eriksen Søreide, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that the relationship between USA and China will define the political era we enter in to.
Did you miss out the Global Outlook 2020 Live stream or want to see it again?
You can now watch Global Outlook 2019 in full.
The theme for the annual Global Outlook in 2019, which kickstarted Arendalsuka, hit the nerve with a packed Arendal Kulturhus.
We ask fasilitator at this years Global Outlook, Anita Pratap, how business can lead to a more sustainable world.
Here you can look at the pics from Arendalsuka!
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide, presented her perspectives on the important geo-political trends of our times when she spoke at the Global Outlook conference at Arendalsuka Monday. But first, we had a little chat about what she is going to do with Trump´s trade war.
Geanne van Arkel, Head of Sustainable Development in Interface, believes that we will only be able to engage people in solving global warming when we take a positive approach. And by creating a sustainable business strategy. Monday you can hear her speaking at Global Outloook.
Much of the problem is caused by big business, believes the award-winning international journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, Anita Pratap. But she also thinks that business can play a big role in the solutions they can offer in terms of innovation, technology and skills.
And by the way, she draws similarities between Norwegians and the Japanese.
The Chairman of Global Resources Partnership (UK) and President of the The Bosphorus Energy Club made this point in his talk at Global Outlook 2016 in Arendal Monday.
"There is a momentum for ambitious corporate sustainability action", says Kevin Moss.
“That is the question we have asked ourselves" , says Dan Domeracki, Vice President Government and Industry Affairs at Schlumberger.
For the third year running, Global Outlook Norway invites international speakers to Arendal to share their perspectives of the world and the world of business.
Global Outlook Norway 2015 was a big success, Around 150 registered guests attended the conference at Tyholmen Hotel in Arendal. Speaker David John Jarvis talked about the quality with 3D-printing in the industry.