Sweden plans to cut its emissions to net zero. A new digital visualization shows exactly what it’s doing to reach that goal—and is designed to help policymakers move faster to fill in gaps in the current plan and make sure it actually succeeds. It’s also fully open to the public, so anyone can hold the government accountable...
A typical government climate report might be 2,000 pages long, take months to complete, and could be outdated by the time it’s published... a single report... translated into 6.5-foot-long poster ... Everyone saw the value in a tool that presented the big picture and made a complex issue more manageable...
lets nonprofits and others give feedback and propose new solutions. For government agencies ... it makes it easier to understand the problem and work together... The dashboard will also be updated monthly
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