21 min

44: Tomer Shalit of ClimateView - Open agile climate action platform for cities Impact Hustlers - Entrepreneurs with Social Impact

    • Entrepreneurship

Tomer Shalit is the founder of ClimateView. ClimateView was founded on the principles of agile: a philosophy built for the very purpose of tackling complex problems. When cities and nations address climate change  – visualisation, collective intelligence and transparency are the main pillars they focus on. HighlightsHow Tomer got Sweden as his first clientHow to convince a whole country to become a customerTomer's background and how he first addressed the problemWhy an open collaborative platform is importantHow visualisation, collective intelligence and transparency became the main focus of ClimateViewBreaking down tasks and zooming into actionsGetting interest from Sweden's transport sector and VattenfallUseful links:Climate View - https://www.climateview.global/Tomer Shalit -https://se.linkedin.com/in/tomer-shalit-6153a91Time Stamp:[02:00] Climate emergency is getting traction, but how are cities managing?[04:00] Sweden now has a public road mapProject management vs accountability[05:00] Applying agile development and visualisations[06:00] Setting up a "Project Owner" for Sweden[09:00] Getting Sweden as a client[11:00] Dealing with red tape in government[13:00] Collaboration of government and private sector[16:00] Who else can use ClimateView?[18:00] How to take climate action[19:00] View from 2030Go to ImpactHustlers.com (https://www.impacthustlers.com/)Visit FastForward 2030 (http://fastforward2030.com/) and Real Changers (https://www.realchangers.com/)Impact Hustlers is hosted by Maiko Schaffrath, connect on Linkedin (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/maikoschaffrath/en) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/maikoschaffrath)This podcast is produced by Podcast Publishing (http://podcastpublishing.help/) Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/impacthustlers)

Tomer Shalit is the founder of ClimateView. ClimateView was founded on the principles of agile: a philosophy built for the very purpose of tackling complex problems. When cities and nations address climate change  – visualisation, collective intelligence and transparency are the main pillars they focus on. HighlightsHow Tomer got Sweden as his first clientHow to convince a whole country to become a customerTomer's background and how he first addressed the problemWhy an open collaborative platform is importantHow visualisation, collective intelligence and transparency became the main focus of ClimateViewBreaking down tasks and zooming into actionsGetting interest from Sweden's transport sector and VattenfallUseful links:Climate View - https://www.climateview.global/Tomer Shalit -https://se.linkedin.com/in/tomer-shalit-6153a91Time Stamp:[02:00] Climate emergency is getting traction, but how are cities managing?[04:00] Sweden now has a public road mapProject management vs accountability[05:00] Applying agile development and visualisations[06:00] Setting up a "Project Owner" for Sweden[09:00] Getting Sweden as a client[11:00] Dealing with red tape in government[13:00] Collaboration of government and private sector[16:00] Who else can use ClimateView?[18:00] How to take climate action[19:00] View from 2030Go to ImpactHustlers.com (https://www.impacthustlers.com/)Visit FastForward 2030 (http://fastforward2030.com/) and Real Changers (https://www.realchangers.com/)Impact Hustlers is hosted by Maiko Schaffrath, connect on Linkedin (https://uk.linkedin.com/in/maikoschaffrath/en) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/maikoschaffrath)This podcast is produced by Podcast Publishing (http://podcastpublishing.help/) Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/impacthustlers)

21 min