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Together for Helsingborg 2030

- listening, understanding and laying the foundations for action

The feasibility study will explore how Helsingborg can further increase the pace of the climate transition work by strengthening the collective capacity for transition. The ambition is to create a process for the city's administrations, municipally owned companies, and voluntary organizations to participate and engage more citizens in the transition.

During 2023-2024, Helsingborg will develop a new climate and energy plan. In connection with this, at least 25 climate dialogues with residents will be held. In parallel, forums will be created for joint learning and exchange of ideas among different actors working with Helsingborg's role in the climate transition.

The initiative is part of the Viable Cities call #13.


  • Stakeholders: Helsingborg Climate Agreement, Helsingborg Municipality and Lund University.
  • Amount requested: Approximately SEK 835 000
  • Total cost: Approximately SEK 1.7 million.