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Explained: Cost & Co-benefits in Climate Investment Plans

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Climate o’clock? Here’s how cities turn the budget from blocker to backer

2023 has started with a bang. An injection of large-scale financial commitments to climate change is unfolding; from enabling green tech industries to thrive across Europe, to a..

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Halfway to 2030 – showtime for city climate financing?

An important deadline is approaching. In 2023 we are closer to 2030 than to 2015, the year when the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 2030 Agenda were adopted in New..

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Shizuoka – the first Japanese city on ClimateOS

Amid renewed calls for all-encompassing and faster climate action after COP27, ClimateView enters the Asian market with partner ISID and Shizuoka City joining the ClimateOS..

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Case study: Cincinnati

Cincinnati has raised the standard for city climate action in the U.S. Since 2008, they have worked on a holistic Climate Action Plan with an aim for 80% emission reduction by..

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Coverage of ClimateView’s efforts to bridge the city climate funding gap

“Swedish start-up ClimateView has released an ‘Impact Intelligence’ upgrade to its SaaS platform ClimateOS, in order to help planners unlock crucial funds for city decarbonization..

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Climate Investment Plans - experiences from Helsingborg

City climate financing is a hot topic. The sentiment among city climate strategists is that investing as soon as possible will save money in the long-term. So perhaps it comes as..

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Explained: Climate Investment Plans in ClimateOS

Cities are the most important players to help the world reach net zero as they make up 70% of global emissions. For years, cities have had the imperative to build Climate Action..

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Why we created impact intelligence

Five years ago I asked myself a question: how can climate action gain traction? I needed to learn about the shortest possible route to zero carbon. It turned out that 70% of the..

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The U.S pioneer – Cincinnati – makes a strong case for investment

Cincinnati becomes the first U.S city to publish a ClimateOS dashboard. To meet their climate action goals, Cincinnati will now focus on gathering the necessary funds. They..

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