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7 Reasons for visualizing your climate plan

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Nuria Albet and her keys for making climate actions happen

Climate professionals like Nuria Albet Torres, from La Palma Renovable (Canary Islands, Spain) face too often obstacles when trying to make climate projects move forward. But,..

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The base for successful climate cooperation

Climate transitions will require extensive collaboration between and within government bodies – central and local – and collaboration amongst governments, industry and society as..

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Swedish climate professionals training and networking with ClimateView

Climate professionals from Swedish Government Agencies and municipalities came together past January 16 in Stockholm for our course “Practical tools and processes for your climate..

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ClimateView at the World Economic Forum in Davos

This week, Exponential Roadmap has been presented using ClimateView at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where the first Playbook for exponential action on climate emergency has..

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Västerbotten is investing in a better climate

"Can a web tool contribute to a better climate? The County Administrative Board in Västerbotten wants to investigate this with the tool Panorama, developed by Climateview from..

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ComputerWeekly on how ClimateView enables public involvement with democracy

"Tomer Shalit, chief executive and founder of ClimateView, says it is important that people have a shared plan for decarbonisation. “We believe the only way to do this is to do it..

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CNBC and Wired magazine cover the advantages of train travel

Read more about why ClimateView’s founder and CEO Tomer Shalit likes to spend time on the night train: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/12/03/tips-for-minimizing-flight-shame-guilt.html..

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Västerbotten and Kronoberg publish on ClimateView

Two Swedish regions have now published their live roadmaps towards carbon neutrality on ClimateView, Panorama Kronoberg and Panorama Västerbotten. ‍ The Swedish newspaper..

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ClimateView on BBC5

Declaring climate emergency, then what? 1200+ cities and nations have now declared climate emergency globally. In BBC’s late night radio show, ClimateView is in conversation with..

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