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Climate neutral Nacka 2030

The purpose of the initiative is to strengthen the conditions for municipal planning to develop and implement innovative ideas and transformative solutions that contribute to meeting the climate challenge and set environmental and sustainability goals.

The initiative has three objectives:

  1. to identify, develop and test solutions that contribute to natural urban development;
  2. to create new knowledge about how different forms of governance and collaborative processes can increase the power of innovation and transition work;
  3. increase understanding of how the planning process can be organized to ensure quality and sustainability in planning and urban development projects.

The initiative mobilizes stakeholders and knowledge areas in a co-creative process organized in four work packages that together form a coherent portfolio of initiatives that increase the power of the transition work. The initiative has the potential to become an international pioneering example of sustainable urban development that accelerates and strengthens the climate transition.

Project manager: Per Enarsson

Total budget: SEK 12 339 000

Grant applied for: SEK 4 984 375

Start date: 2021-10-01

End date: 2024-09-30

Partners: Nacka municipality, Nacka energi, Nacka vatten och avfall, Sveafastigheter, Skanska, ICA-Maxi, JM, Storstaden Bostad, KTH, Kungsvåningen, Nacka-Värmdö FN-förening.



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The 2023 version of Climate City Contract 2030 was signed by the political leadership of the 23 cities and directors general from six government agencies and Viable Cities management on December 8. Photographer: Fredrik Persson
8 December 2023

With seven years left to achieve the mission of climate-neutral cities by 2030, radical implementation is required. 23 Swedish pioneering cities are currently engaged in a wide range of activities that contribute to the transition in different ways. On European Viable Cities Day, on 8...

Viable Cities Civic engagement in the city
3 July 2023

We are organizing 2 sessions, and partnering for a day at the Sustainability Arena at Teaterskeppet. We are looking forward to the sessions that have broad representation from political leaders in cities, key actors from national government agencies, the European Commission and our sister program in Spain CitiES2030. Together...

Swedish cities and government agencies inspire climate change in Europe
8 December 2021

23 cities and five government agencies are now working with Climate City Contract 2030 as a tool to achieve the mission - climate neutral and sustainable cities by 2030. During the European Viable Cities Day 2021, the work was manifested with a signing ceremony. European guests and representatives from...