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How cities and ClimateView are making climate action happen

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

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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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Developing Europe’s most advanced climate roadmap, with the city of Malmö

ClimateView is delighted to partner with Malmö – Sweden’s third largest city – to help create the most advanced and most evidence-based climate roadmap to date, with the aim of..

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IPCC Report: What’s in for cities?

The second and third sections of the IPCC’s latest comprehensive review of climate science present new knowledge about the implications and risks of climate change, as well as..

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ICLEI Webinar: The best practice behind Malmö’s innovative climate work

The City of Malmö is pushing to accelerate climate action on many fronts with a focus on the social impacts of their actions.

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CDP Webinar: Can a new framework accelerate climate action in cities?

It is commonly expected for cities to embark into bold climate action. But few cities succeed in creating robust climate action plans today for a very simple reason: there is a..

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ClimateView listed among top 100 energy and mobility start-ups of 2022

The SET100 list is now out and ClimateView was selected by Start Up Energy Transition as one of the top 100 energy and mobility start-ups of 2022! 

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From 25 to 100: Unlocking the potential of GovTech

GovTech has an enormous potential. It is a market worth more than $400 billion that is gaining steam, but that remains notoriously difficult to enter and scale. 

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