Opening ceremony

Mobility and sustainable cities

In this seminar, we seek to understand how mobility is key to reverse climate change and mitigate environmental impacts – and how we shape the transport agenda in order to reach the goals within the given timeframe of 2030.

Sparebank 1 will present their new mobility concept and join us for a debate on mobility and sustainability challenges. The seminar is followed by an interactive workshop with limited participant seats. Here, we want you to contribute with your ideas on how to achieve sustainable mobility solutions for the future.


Stine Lise Hattestad, KPMG Pure Sustainability

Stine Lise Hattestad

Partner, Advisory/ KPMG Pure Sustainability

Stine has 20 years of experience working as an advisor. The last 12 years specialized within the Sustainability field. Started Pure Consulting in 2010 and sold the Company to KPMG in 2020. Stine is now partner and leading the Sustainability team in KPMG Norway, she is also a «Champion» in the global KPMG Network of specialists within the field; KPMG Impact. She is one of the pioneers on Sustainability strategies in Norway and working with many of the leading Norwegian companies working globally.

Fredrik Bjørge Johansen, SpareBank 1 Mobilitet AS

Fredrik Bjørge Johansen

Daglig leder, SpareBank 1 Mobilitet AS

Fredrik is the leader of the SpareBank 1 Alliance's newly started mobility company, and in recent years has been involved in various projects and initiatives related to mobility in the alliance. Johansen has a varied background from banking / finance and has in recent years worked as a business developer.

Hanne Cecilie, CEO, Development Goals Forum

Hanne Cecilie

Sosialantropolog med doktorgrad i informatikk, OsloMet

Hanne Cecilie Geirbo is a technology anthropologist and an associate professor in sustainable transitions at the Department of computer science, OsloMet. Her research and teaching focus on the interaction between technological systems and societal development and the role of systems design in achieving sustainable transitions.

Mia Walle Hansen

Mia Walle Hansen

Mia is a graduate economist from NHH and the head of finance in DGF. She also works with regional development, cities and society for Multiconsult. Furthermore, she has a passion for dancing, exploring new places and meeting new people - and she's determined to create positive impact for society in some way or another.