- Climate tech pioneers Doconomy and Kayrros to promote climate literacy and empower consumers to shape their climate future.
- ‘2030 Forecast’ is being launched during World Environment Day in Stockholm with public displays on digital billboards, a world’s first.
- Emissions from energy, industry, road transportation and domestic aviation will be measured to track Sweden’s path towards 2030 emissions reduction goals.
Climate tech startups Doconomy and Kayrros have launched ‘The 2030 Forecast’, a first of its kind climate literacy initiative that uses outdoor digital displays to show a weekly snapshot of Sweden’s carbon emissions footprint from energy, industry, road transportation and domestic aviation.
The formal launch of the 2030 Forecast platform will take place during the World Environment Day on Sunday June 5, 2022 with near real-time national emissions data displayed publicly on the streets of Stockholm, for the first time.
The initiative aims to track Sweden’s progress towards its 2030 emissions-reduction targets, based on the belief that environmental emissions data should be available to everyone. Doconomy and Kayrros want to raise awareness and promote a sense of collective responsibility for greenhouse gas emissions by tracking our progress towards 2030 climate goals on a weekly basis.