Framework

Built on science and physics

Since 2018, ClimateView has built an open framework together with leading actors across Europe. The platform operationalizes the framework.

Built on science and physics

Operationalizing science

Our framework harmonizes economics, co-benefits, and physics through an open model. Enabling groundbreaking system-wide scenario planning.

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#1 Balancing behaviour and physics
The strict logic that separates physics from human behaviour enables measurability and balancing of resources across the transition.

The strict logic that separates physics from human behaviour enables measurability and balancing of resources across the transition.

#2 Measuring benefits
Using a physics perspective, the economics of the transition can be compared. This helps us quantify the benefits of moving from high to low-carbon activities.

Using a physics perspective, the economics of the transition can be compared. This helps us quantify the benefits of moving from high to low-carbon activities.

#3 Intervention to outcomes
The framework enables quantifiable and measurable strategies, monitoring and reporting.

The framework enables quantifiable and measurable strategies, monitoring and reporting.

#4 Transition Atlas
The framework models activity shifts across all sectors of a city.

The framework models activity shifts across all sectors of a city.

White papers, reports and case studies

We work in the open, sharing models, framework and supporting all actors in this space.

Data-driven transitions
DECEMBER 2023
White paper: Data-driven transitions
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Data-driven advisory

The scenario-based method is the basis for the advisory services provided by ClimateView, partnering with both public and private sector actors.

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"This framework is already guiding thinking in the public sector for a better implementation of the transition – one within planetary boundaries"Lisen SchultzStockholm Resilience Center