2021-11-17 14:42Press release

Glasgow COP26: What does it mean? [LAST CHANCE]

The Glasgow COP is now history. The future is being created not by what was agreed, but by how business and politics interpret the decisions. This is your first-best opportunity to find out what lies ahead. 

Tomorrow, November 18th, 2021, politicians, diplomats and our business partners will meet here in Stockholm to discuss:

  • how Per Bolund interprets the Glasgow agreements
  • what political impacts there will be here in the Nordics
  • who the winners and losers are at this point
  • how climate action is being delivered by business

The event is being broadcast live and digital tickets are available for the general public.


Would you like to attend the summit in person or digitally?


Please get in touch with me for more information or to attend.  


Best regards,

Sean Williams


About Nordic Green News

The Nordic countries are some of the most dynamic and successful economies in the world. They are also leaders in sustainability, from renewable energy, biofuels, carbon capture and storage and the hydrogen economy, circular economy business models and battery development, the Nordics are pioneers in policy design, technology development and consumer uptake. Mundus Nordic Green News is covering this transition for the international community. Every day we clip the stories of most relevance to international businesspeople and policy experts from the flow of news. Mundus Nordic Green Indices summarise the meta-data from our daily coverage to enable easy tracking of trends. We supplement these with our own opinion pieces and commentary.


Sean Williams
Commercial Director, Mundus International
Sean Williams