The Swedish case

On the first day of 2018, Sweden introduced a new climate law stating that the country should be at net-zero fossil emissions by 2045. Six months later, the Swedish Climate Policy Council commenced a pilot to determine whether it’s possible to create a new arena for organisation and collaboration amongst and between Swedish governmental agencies, cities, regions, businesses and citizens.

When released to the public in June 2019, Panorama – powered by ClimateView – will constitute the world’s most comprehensive view of a country’s climate transition.

Panorama Process 2019

The software platform chosen for this pilot was ClimateView. Reason being: it was created to serve this very purpose.

The council’s project was named the Swedish Panorama. An editorial group within government organisations was set up to populate the tool with emissions data, solution potentials, indicators and actions. Essentially, they formed Sweden’s dashboard of the nation’s path towards a carbon-neutral future.

The panorama process enables a dynamically updated view of alla data on a monthly basis – visual for all stakeholders, including the public.

Panorama (Swedish)

The full Swedish Panorama.

Panorama demo (English)

(Demo of the Swedish Panorama, not yet fully translated. Will come later.)

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