Posts By: Sara Ersson

Leadership for a Better Future

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As part of the Tällberg workshop on leadership in Amsterdam our partner De Balie will be hosting a public session where we will be asking the questions; What are the best practices of making a difference in a complicated global environment? Are we moving toward a more collaborative, rather than competitive leadership style?

The White Desert

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This summer, the Cousteau Divers and Tällberg Foundation visited the EGRIP research station in Greenland to understand the history and man-made effects of climate change in the region. As part of their mini-series, Cousteau Divers have released a video exploring the White Desert of Greenland.

Abrupt Climate Change

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During the Tällberg Foundation’s recent trip to the East Greenland Ice Core Project, delegation member Juan Enriquez sat with scientist Jim White, Director, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado, for a conversation about abrupt climate change.

How on earth can we live together?

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This question, which has driven the activities and initiatives of the Tällberg Foundation for years, resonates louder and louder as the 21st century evolves. There are no easy answers, but the urgency of our exploration has intensified as the global situation has become increasingly fraught. Read about the four areas of focus for 2016.

The Global Leadership Prize winners 2015

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The 2015 Tallberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize is awarded to Jamila Afghani, a Women’s Rights Activist in Afghanistan, and Martín von Hildebrand, an Environmental Activist in Colombia, in recognition for their Innovative, Principled, and Courageous Leadership.

Tällberg Foundation Fiddler Scholarship 2015

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Erik Gunnars Risberg is the 2015 recipient of the Tällberg Foundation Fiddler Scholarship with the motivation: “A fiddler with a technically driven way of playing and a musical curiosity that drives him to try the violin’s many expressive means, both in Swedish folk music and other genres.”