Along with "Makes You Wonder..." you will receive additional material with extended conversations from some of the people interviewed, extra footage, notes from the filmmakers. In addition to the short films on allemansrätten – the Swedish Right of Access to Nature – which are in English, with Cecilia & Lars Nordström, Lars Trägårdh, Bo Ekman and others. We also now include extended conversations on climate change, business, governance, technology and nature, with meteorologist Martin Hedberg, Nina Ekelund of the Haga Initiative, the chair of the Cross-Party Council on Environmental Objectives, Anders Wijkman, Matilda Gustafsson Gennvi who works with sustainability at Ericsson and serves on an UNFCCC panel and Göran Gennvi, founder of the Nature Academy.
Part 7: Sweden's environmental movement stems from the inspiration by an American scientist's book. Her insight also can also be found in an American law on the books that compels us to act on climate.
Meteorologist Martin Hedberg has probably given more climate presentation than even Al Gore! Taught by the legendary Bert Bolin, Martin tells it like it is. And one should be warned, it's not for wide-eyed optimists.
The energetic and passionate Nina Ekelund directs a network of leading corporations, Swedish and multinationals, that work for a profitable business without climate impact – one of the early voices for a Fossil Free Sweden.
Matilda works with sustainability at Ericsson, serves on a UNFCCC panel and tells just about the best story of allemansrätten with an American twist. Göran founded the Nature Academy, which brings people out into nature, a deep leadership experience.