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THURSDAY 10 FEBRUARY 10.00 CET     DIGITAL DISCUSSION: MICHAEL SCHRAGGER/STICA WITH GUESTS     THURSDAY 10 FEBRUARY 10.00 CET     DIGITAL DISCUSSION: MICHAEL SCHRAGGER/STICA WITH GUESTS          THURSDAY 10 FEBRUARY 10.00 CET     DIGITAL DISCUSSION: MICHAEL SCHRAGGER/STICA WITH GUESTS        






 


Michael Schragger
Michael has been working at the forefront of the sustainability movement for more than twenty-five years. In 2010, Michael founded the Sustainable Fashion Academy (SFA) , a non-profit organization whose mission is to rapidly accelerate progress to science-based sustainability targets and the global sustainability goals. In 2019 Michael co-founded The Swedish Textiles Initiative for Climate Action (STICA) , a platform for ensuring Nordic companies and industry stakeholders set science-based climate targets and work actively to reduce GHG emissions in line with the 1,5 C degree warming pathway.
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Sandra Roos
Sandra Roos has been working as Head of Sustainability at the Swedish fashion brand KappAhlsince August 2020.  She holds a PhD in environmental systems analysis and has a background as a researcher in the area of life cycle analysis (LCA) and chemicals in textiles at the research institute RISE. In her dissertation, she combines her knowledge of LCA and chemicals in textiles to enable an overall assessment of the environmental performance of textile products in a life cycle perspective. During 2011-2019, Roos was one of the representatives of the interdisciplinary research on the textile supply chain in the Swedish large-scale research program Mistra Future Fashion.
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Kim Hellström
Kim is leading the long term climate strategy for H&M Group, working on their goal to becomeClimate Positive no later than 2040. He has a passion for communication and transparency guided by a strong sense of right and wrong. A special interest in corporate greenwashing and the challenges companies have around not misleading their customers or consumers all while still showing progress. Kim is committed to work with peoples’ mindset and ambitions trying to align these to science.
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Eva Eiderström
Eva is the Director of the Department for Ecolabelling and Green Consumption with The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and has held this position since 1989. The Department is responsible for the development and operation of the ecolabel Bra Miljöval (Good Environmental Choice). The Department is also engaged in mobilising consumer power globally through campaigning, and the establishment of steering mechanisms and policy frameworks supporting sustainable consumption patterns nationally and regionally. Eva's educational background is in international economics and development studies. She has participated in textile projects within re-use and re-design connected to Textilhögskolan as well as MISTRA Future Fashion phase 1.
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Åsa Andersson
Sustainability & Quality Manager at Peak Performance since 2011. She has over 20 years of experience of working in the textile industry with production, pattern, quality and sustainability. Peak Performance is a founding member of STICA, Swedish Textile Initiative for Climate Action, where Åsa holds a place in the steering committee. Peak Performance has also signed the UN Fashion Charter for Climate Action, in which Åsa is part of the work package for Raw Material.
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Cecilia Tall
Cecilia Tall is the Secretary-General at TEKO, Sweden's Textile and Clothing Industries Association and has previously held various managerial positions in the Swedish chemical industry and the construction industry and worked as an assistant director at the Swedish Petrol Trade Association. Cecilia has good knowledge of what the Swedish textile industry demand is in the future, both materials and new products and an overview of the Swedish research projects that exist in the field today as well as the challenges for the Swedish industry.
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Magnus Nikkarinen Magnus Nikkarinen joined the Swedish Trade Federation in 2018 where one of his assignments is to represent the retail sector in the Joint Action Group for Climate & Energy within the Confederation of Swedish Enterprises. Magnus has a long background working with international trade and development issues within the public sector, including 10 years as a Senior Trade Policy Director at the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation in Sweden. ︎   ︎