Svenska Bostäder och Nudgd has received funding from Avfall Sverige to increase recycling and improve order in the housing company’s recycling rooms. Avfall Sverige is the municipalities’ industry organization within waste management. They have recently launched a new sign system that will make it easier to sort waste correctly. Svenska Bostäder will now use the new signs in its properties. In connection with this, they also want to test nudging for behavior change.
We are very happy that Umeå municipality has chosen to work with our mobility service Smart Travel Habits. Smart Travel Habits is part of Umeå municipality’s work for more sustainable travel. The work is done within the mobility management project Sustainable Business Travel in which Umeå municipality participates. The service gives employees access to personalized and well-timed nudges, along with tips for more sustainable travel. Both to and from work and during free time.
Gothenburg is growing rapidly. This growth is creating new opportuntities as well raising sustainability challenges. The city of Gothenburg chooses Nudgd’s Smart Travel Habits when developing its new district Masthuggskajen. The City is using Nudgds mobility service to make it easier for residents in the area to travel smoothly and more sustainably – during construction, current pandemic and in the future.
Out of 400 applications, Nudgd has been selected by Fast Track Malmö to join their program, with only 8 other companies. Fast Track Malmö is an accelerator that helps European startups to accelerate their growth and raise their first VC round. They have been voted the best accelerator program in Sweden and are one of the highest quality accelerators in Europe with an acceptance rate of just 1 %. Melinda Elmborg at Fast Track Malmö, tells us why Nudgd was … Read More
Nudgd has been invited to this year’s virtual POLIS Conference where cities and regions meet with experts, practitioners and decision makers in urban mobility to showcase achievements in transport. POLIS is the leading network of cities and regions working together to develop innovative technologies and policies for local transport. The conference will cover a wide range of urban mobility topics, including road safety, electric mobility, data, parking, new mobility services, automation, traffic management, active travel and more. At 2:30 PM … Read More
Nudgd’s innovation Smart Travel Habits has, after several months of screening, by independent internationally recognized experts, been placed on the list of the world’s most sustainable solutions and awarded the Solar Impulse Efficient Solutions Label. Only 1000 innovations can fit and so far only 553 have been selected. The Resvana platform is one of them. The founder of Solar Impulse is the sustainability celebrity Bertrand Piccard who in 2015 became the first in the world to fly around the globe … Read More
Heja smarta vanor! We have been granted funding from Vinnova (Sweden’s innovation agency) of SEK 300 000 to devlop a digital coach. The main purpose is to make it easy for organizations to use nudging as a method in their sustainability work and make it easy to start, operate and measure the effect of nudges and behavioral activities. Nudging and behavioural design have proven to be powerful tools for contributing to the behavioural changes required to transition to a sustainable … Read More
Right now we are all travelling less than usual, but sustainable transport will be ever so important as we return to a less restricted life. On the 14th of May a webinar on sustainable travel was live sent as a part of Talking Climate by Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project Europe. The two Climate Reality Leaders Katharina Paoli Brunat, CEO Nudgd, and Horst Bayer, founder of TravelHorst hosted the webinar and discussed different solutions and what can be done at … Read More
Did you know that there is a gigantic plastic island in the Pacific Ocean which is about three times bigger than the area of Sweden? This plastic island consists of 79 000 tons of plastic and is situated between California and Hawaii. The reason that plastic collects in the ocean is the movement of the sea currents and the fact that we, people, throw away plastic in nature – on the beach for example. What can we do to help … Read More
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