Panorama is a platform that visualizes one possible path for Sweden’s climate transition. Here, you can see which parts of society are transitioning and how it is going. The platform also demonstrates what is required to achieve the target of net-zero emissions by 2045 – meaning that Sweden will not emit more greenhouse gases than what we capture.
Panorama visualizes the emissions that take place within Sweden’s borders, the ongoing transitions that can reduce them, and indicators that show the progress of the transition. The platform presents a selection of important policy instruments and initiatives that can contribute to the transition. The target-based scenario is one of several possible ones for Sweden’s path towards net-zero emissions and takes its starting point in the latest official emissions statistics. The transitions and their estimated contributions to emission reductions are based on assessments from various reports and sources, from authorities as well as the business sector.
The three agencies behind Panorama – the Climate Policy Council, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and the Swedish Energy Agency – have a joint editorial responsibility for continuously updating the content. Feel welcome to explore and get an overview of the current situation and the solutions that can help us achieve the climate goals!
If you have any questions, suggestions, or feedback about the tool, please feel free to send an email to email@example.com. or write directly in the form within the tool. Your input is valuable and helps in improving the tool and its functionalities. Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts and contribute to the development of Panorama!
Chair, Swedish Climate Policy Council
Vice Chair, Swedish Climate Policy Council
Professor in Political Science at the University of Oslo
Associate Professor of Psychology at Umeå University
Professor in Zooecology at Lund University
Professor of Economics (with specialization in energy, natural resource and environmental economics) at Luleå University of Technology (LTU)
Professor at the Department of Environmental Change, Linköping University
Professor of Climatology at SMHI