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Google endorses Swedish company that automates climate impact work

"Our idea is to automate climate reporting in order to democratize it"
Google endorses Swedish company that automates climate impact work
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With its software, Swedish Normative visualizes the climate impact of a company's actions and suggests ways of addressing and improving it. With financial support from Google, the company is ready to expand its services. "It should be as simple to retrieve one's climate accounting as searching for a restaurant on Google Maps," says co-founder Kristian Rönn.

Read more (in Swedish) in Dagens Industri.

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April 13, 2021

Google endorses Swedish company that automates climate impact work

"Our idea is to automate climate reporting in order to democratize it"
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