How cities and ClimateView are making climate action happen
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.
Cities today see themselves confronted with increasing demands on their financial and human resources as they need to transform no less than their entire way of operating while..
Launching today is the KlimatKollen.se project (Climate Checker), a website created by Våra barns klimat, KlimatKlubben.se, WWF and ClimateView, to help the general public in..
Emissions inventories are the first essential step to undertake in climate action planning. They push cities into introspection and provide a picture of where they stand and which..
Today, February 22, we are proud to announce that we are welcoming Lisen Schultz and Maria Wetterstrand into ClimateView’s board of directors.
This week, the BBC podcast The Climate Question investigated whether electric vehicles (EVs) are really the answer for building greener zero carbon economies in cities. The bottom..
Nottingham is a sustainability frontrunner, boasting the highest per capita reduction of core city emissions in the UK, with a 52% per capita reduction since 2005. For the last 20..