9:00 – 10:30
10:30 – 10:45
10:45 – 11:45
11:45 – 12:30
12:30 – 12:45
12:45 – 13:45
13:45 – 14:00
14:00 – 14:45
Welcome & Desired Outcome of the Day
First Session – Keynote speakers
Martin Farley – Making labs more sustainable with the LEAF green lab standard
Cristina Azevedo – Wet lab sustainability. Who, what and how?
Hayley Beharrell – Procurement and sustainable science: How are they linked and how can we influence?
Second Session – Keynote speakers
Nikoline Borgermann – High-impact green lab actions and how to get your colleagues on board
Cristina Greever & Star Scott – Connecting Sustainable Scientific Research and Social Justice
Short Talks – University of Copenhagen Speakers
Tomas Refslund Poulsen – Climate goals and challenges of the University of Copenhagen
Ann Schirin Mirsanaye – The power of local green initiatives: how to get started
Andreas Latif – ‘Common procurement agreements’ as tools to promote sustainability
Asger L. Christensen – Laboratory waste: where does it go when we throw it ‘away’?
1. Dilemmas when purchasing greener products: does ‘green’ equal ‘more expensive’ and ‘reduced quality’?
Companies: Axeb Danmark, Merck, Sustainables
2. Equipment: what characterizes a greener product and how can manufacturers and lab users make a green difference?
Companies: Stirling Ultracold, Inniti, and Holm & Halby
3. Plastic: how can manufacturers, vendors, and lab users fight the plastic waste problem?
Companies: Saveen Werner, Kem-En-Tec Nordic, and DanDiag
Wrap Up and Information on Next Year’s Symposium
Informal Networking Sessions: Meet the Speakers