Nudgd is selected as finalist in The Climate Smart Cities Challenge

Natalie Kamra-KregertDigital services and projects, Nudgd

200 applied. 45 shortlisted and 9 were selected as finalists for Curitiba, Brazil. Our platform Smart Nudges Mobility is one of the selected solutions that will contribute to zero-carbon neighborhoods in the city of Curitiba.

– I’m so proud and honored that Nudgd has been selected for this important challenge. Behavioral change is key to creating climate-smart cities. We’re looking forward to making sustainable choices easy for the residents of Curitiba, says Katharina Paoli, CEO at Nudgd.

The Climate Smart Cities Challenge aims to reduce the climate impact in cities through innovative solutions. In Curitiba, the challenge lies in energy generation, mobility, and waste management.

City of Curitiba – Photo by Rodrigo Kugnharski on Unsplash

With our digital platform Smart Nudges, we give residents a friendly push in the right direction. By using behavioral science in order to establish climate-friendly habits, we can reduce emissions while contributing to a better future for all.

Now entering the co-creation phase of the challenge, we’re excited to engage in working with multiple companies worldwide – all striving to make the city of Curitiba a climate-smart city. It will be an exciting and important time as we will work together on concrete solutions to make Curitiba a climate-smart city.

Want to know more?

Contact Katharina Paoli Brunat, CEO at Nudgd, about our participation in the challenge or book a meeting with us and we will let you know how our platform can help you shape sustainable habits within e.g. mobility, energy consumption, or waste management.

Curious to see what our platform looks like?

Watch our 1 minute video with a use case of how to create smart travel habits by using our platform.

This solution is part of an activity that has received funding from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). This body of the European Union receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

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