Anders Danielsson, President & CEO Skanska Group, shares his concerns and vision for how we will drive positive change and enable decreased carbon emissions on a bigger scale.

By creating transformative solutions we will drive our business forward and help our customers succeed in fulfilling their ambitious sustainability goals. That’s how we will succeed - breaking our silos and working collaboratively across the public and private sectors.

Anders Danielsson: It's time to break silos

Watch our live stream recordings from COP26

In partnership with Business Sweden, we streamed seminars live from the blue zone. Group Executive Vice President Sustainability and Innovation Lena Hök and UK President and CEO Gregor Craig represented Skanska at this prestigious forum.

Energy transition for 1.5°C - scaled and enabled by energy efficiency, innovation and digitalisation
4 November, 1300 GMT
AFRY, Alfa Laval, Ericsson, Hitachi Energy, ICC and Exponential Roadmap Initiative and Lena Hök, Executive Vice President Sustainability and Innovation, Skanska Group.

The practicalities of international businesses working together to deliver net-zero
8 November, 0830 GMT
Volvo, SSAB and Gregor Craig, President and CEO, Skanska UK.

Transforming our urban environment: solutions that enable smart and sustainable cities
11 November, 1300 GMT
Ericsson, Ragn-Sells, Stora Enso and Gregor Craig, President and CEO, Skanska UK.


Built environment virtual exhibition

Powerhouse Brattørkaia in Norway, is featured in the COP26 built environment virtual pavilion, demonstrating how buildings and infrastructure can be a solution in tackling the climate crisis.

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Powerhouse Brattørkaia in Trondheim, Norway is the world's northernmost energy-positive building. Powerhouse is a standard for buildings of the future based on the Paris Agreement’s 1.5-degree target.

Experience the virtual exhibition

About COP26

The United Nations climate change conference, COP26, will take place in Glasgow between 31 October – 12 November. World leaders, negotiators, government representatives, businesses and citizens will participate in the global summit. With the period between now and 2030 identified as crucial in achieving the Paris Agreement climate targets, this year’s conference is especially important.

Take part virtually

Net-zero carbon by 2045 including our supply chain

At Skanska we’re telling the whole story about carbon emissions. We’re committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2045. And that includes our supply chain.

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