Project “Smart map”
Gothenburg won in 2017 won with the project “smart map”.
Gothenburg has been inspired by the global collaborative movement and local grassroots initiatives to encourage residents to live in a more sustainable way. Its smart mapping tool, which shows where residents can and things to hire, borrow, share and swap, is helping to change behaviour, reduce emissions and inspire new services.
Objective is to promote products life extension by combining shared economy and circular economy. Digitalized map that demonstrate local initiatives for swapping, renting, sharing, maintaining.
Outlined results and focuses
- Developed open source map
- Citizens and community engagement
- City of Gothenburg
- Lund university