pan·orama [panəˈrɑːmə] noun
1 a view of a wide area
2 collaboration tool for climate transition
Panorama is a collaboration tool that visualizes and accelerates Sweden’s climate transition. Panorama gives the user an overview of the present state and what is needed in order to reach the Swedish climate targets. Extern actors will in the future be able to leave their own proposals, which makes Panorama a platform for collaboration.
The tool visualizes the climate emissions that takes within Swedish boarders, how they can be reduced, which policy instruments that exist (for example taxes and regulations) together with information about how the transition is going. Everything is built upon open data. While the emissions and policy instruments are facts the solutions for how the emissions should be reduced and their potential are based on estimations and originates from different reports and studies.
Collaboration is made possible as extern actors can present their own proposals and inputs. An example of an input could be to suggest a policy instrument or show one’s own commitments and activities that contribute to the transition. The three authorities supporting the tool – The Swedish Climate Policy Council, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the Swedish Energy Agency – have created an editorial group that is responsible for keeping the content up to date. The idea of Panorama originates from Vattenfall and ClimateView, the company that has created the software platform behind Panorama. The Fossil Free Sweden initiative supported the project in beginning and many other actors have contributed with their expertise.
Click the link to go to the tool. Panorama works in Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Microsoft Edge. If the link doesn’t work copy-paste the address https://app.climateview.global/sweden into any of the mentioned browsers.
Feedback on Panorama can be posted within the tool, any other questions are welcome to firstname.lastname@example.org