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The world’s most promising startups - ClimateView on Impact100 list

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5 Things Every U.S City Should Know About the Inflation Reduction Act

The U.S. has passed the Inflation Reduction Act – the biggest climate step ever taken by the federal government. It bundles an investment of $369b to prioritize climate planning,..

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Climate Pioneer #1: Dr. Kimberly Nicholas on power, potential and the planet

Climate Pioneers' is a series featuring people who think big. We meet with change-makers and innovators and explore their vision for the climate transition in cities and beyond...

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Q&A and Networking: Getting started in ClimateOS, US Edition

Cities need digital tools to speed up action on the commitments of the Paris Agreement. To help our Northern American cities adopt ClimateOS, we are hosting periodic Q&A Sessions..

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Q&A and Networking: Getting started in ClimateOS, US Edition

Cities need digital tools to speed up action on the commitments of the Paris Agreement. To help our Northern American cities adopt ClimateOS, we are hosting periodic Q&A Sessions..

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DACH Q&A Session July 2022

Gute Kommunikation von Klimaschutzplänen ist eine der wichtigsten Aufgaben überhaupt, wenn es um nachhaltige Unterstützung vonseiten der Bürgerschaft geht.   Städte und Kommunen..

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Meet your new ClimateOS Plan Visualization: accessible, auto-generated, authoritative

With the ClimateOS plan visualization, all city stakeholders can collaborate. Your plan is accessible. Cooperation between city council, sector departments or climate strategists..

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How innovative collaboration drives Malmö’s climate action 

  The city of Malmö, Sweden’s third largest, has successfully reinvented itself. From an industrial city, the city has become a city of knowledge and culture. It has achieved..

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The ace up the sleeve at UN Stockholm +50: Climate Tech

Both the 1972 UN Conference and 2022 UN Conference took place in Stockholm. Both underlined the urgency for environmental action. Now fifty years later, there are solutions. The..

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ClimateView at Stockholm+50

In 1972, the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment took place in Stockholm. This led to the creation of the Stockholm Declaration and the UN Environment Program..

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