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Poetry and dialogue
In May 2011, the 3rd Nobel Laureate Symposium on Global Sustainability gathered some 50 of the world’s most renowned thinkers and experts
on global sustainability – half of them Nobel Laureates.
Part of the Symposium was an open seminar ntitled The Stockholm Dialogue on Global Sustainability – Seizing Planetary Opportunities. The seminar ook place at The Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, 19 May 2011. Through panel debates and networking, Nobel Laureates, scientists, policy-makers, entrepreneurs, and representatives from business, civil society, and culture will discuss solutions and possible actions for global sustainability.
Added to the flair of hosting such an event at The Royal Dramatic Theatre, Swedish actresses Stina Ekblad and Ylva Ekblad read poetry by Nobel Laureate Wislawa Szymborska during the seminar.
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