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Author - Matilda Gennvi-Gustafsson

Sustainability Director, Ericsson

Matilda Gennvi-Gustafsson

Matilda Gennvi Gustafsson is Sustainability Director for the Ericsson Group worldwide, and reports to the Vice President for Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility. She has worked for Ericsson during the last 17 years in various positions in the areas of sustainability, strategy execution and General Manager within Sales & Marketing, In her role as Sustainability Director, Ms Gennvi Gustafsson has, since 2009, focused on driving Ericsson’s sustainability strategy work together with the company’s commitment to sustainable cities and climate change. During the early and mid 1990s Matilda Gennvi Gustafsson worked for Procordia Food AB as Environmental Manager and Head of two production sites. Ms Gennvi Gustafsson holds a Master of Science in Industrial Management including Environmental management.


The transformational role of ICT in The New Urban Agenda

Matilda Gennvi-Gustafsson | May 4, 2015

Next year in Quito, Ecuador, the United Nations will hold its third United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, also known as Habitat III. Habitat II was held 19 years ago, in 1996, in Istanbul, and Habitat I was held 1976.

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The New Urban Agenda has been adopted with ICT integrated as enabler to sustainable urbanization!

Matilda Gennvi-Gustafsson | October 24, 2016

Between 18 and 21 October, Habitat III – the third UN conference on urban settlement took place in Quito, Ecuador, and on its opening day, the Habitat III Conference welcomed 30,000 people.

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