Vasyl Myroshnychenko participated in the Swedish Institute Sustainability Forum. This year, the forum was organized under the theme, “Energy is Social,” which was slated on October 5th through 7th, 2015, in Stockholm, Sweden. Moreover, the Swedish Institute presented the third annual Sustainability Forum in partnership with the Swedish Energy Agency on the selected theme, “Energy is Social.” The theme of the 2015 forum, focused around the social aspects of energy, engaged around 45 practitioners from energy-related organizations worldwide. SISF 2015’s participants came from Belarus, China, Ethiopia, Finland, Germany, India, Italy, Kenya, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, and Zambia.
Furthermore, the Swedish Institute Sustainability Forum (SISF) is among the highly exclusive and creative 48-hour global think tanks with a sustainability theme. It is held annually in the tranquil outskirts of Stockholm, Sweden, which gathers 40 to 50 high-level individuals worldwide to exchange experiences and generate concrete solutions for global sustainability challenges.
Aside from this fact, it’s known for its low-key and inclusive approach. Besides, the Forum serves a dual purpose, the first one being to help companies deal effectively with some of the key sustainability challenges of the 21st century. In contrast, the second purpose is to help society be more resilient in meeting known and unknown challenges.