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GreenGO!

www.Green.University
by

Lars Føleide

on 29 October 2016

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Transcript of GreenGO!

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Vision
Increase market attractiveness for the local stores and ATB - loyalty and increased number of consumers
Provide data to municipality
Vastly reduce CO2 emissions
The Joint Venture
Stakeholders
-spreading to other cities
-expose GreenGO to tourists
-spread best practices thorugh ICLEI
Innovative Potential
Alexander Danielsen-Haces - alexada@stud.ntnu.no
Justyna Szynkiewicz - justyna@kids.ai
Lars Føleide - Lars@Green.University
Marcela Reggiani - marcelareggiani@gmail.com
Sander Skjulsvik - rednas.1604@gmail.com
Thank you!
Problem
- High emissions from the transportation sector and the increasing use of light vehicles in Trondheim
- How to engage individuals to shift into greener habits and reduce their carbon footprint?
Joint-effort to develop sustainable habits and flexibilize the transportation patterns through positive reinforcement and a reward solution
Trondheim Citizens
Local Businesses
Municipality
TRACK AND LEARN
GREEN AND HEALTHY
MOTIVATING SOCIAL INTERACTIONS
REWARDS AND BENEFITS
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