What happens when people, companies and organizations start collaborating? Throw some hydrogen into the equation and soon we have created solutions that can actually help us reach the Paris Agreement.
What felt reasonable a couple of years ago is completely out of fashion today thanks to the super fast transition. Will we be able to reach the Swedish mountains by train soon, or should we rather invest in a hyperloop? Or just stay at home?
How much can you fit in a week, really? We have dug deep into emission factors and calorific values this week, discussed sustainability in the IT sector, citizens’ salaries and baking bread in Fellingsbro as a path to happiness in life, eaten excellent candy from Ockelbo, held our breath over the world’s largest iceberg’s worrying journey towards South Georgia and pondered whether or not to celebrate the five-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement. We’re not doing that well after all.
It’s complicated. This is how last week’s issue of climate compensation can be summarized. Thanks for all the input! The original question was about how an entrepreneur in western Dalarna could become “climate neutral” even though he is linked to the municipality’s not-so-fossil-free district heating system.
We like speed. It’s required right now, but at the same time it must be more right than wrong. Otherwise, we run the risk of losing commitment and speed. So, the final squeeze on today’s mind spin is simply: Think big, start small and prepare for strong progress. Then you don’t have to look back and wonder what happened.