ClimateView, which develops tools to track greenhouse gas emissions, has received an investment of $ 2.5 million.
ClimateView, a Swedish-based software company, announced that it has received investments. ClimateView, which set out to be a global climate platform, focuses on gas emissions. ClimateView, which develops tools to track greenhouse gas emissions, has received an investment of $ 2.5 million.
Although Corona virus outbreak changes our agenda for problems, global warming and climate changes are still one of the biggest problems of today. The ClimateView initiative, which allows monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions, allows cities to collect important data on climate change.
Setting out to combat climate change and global warming, ClimateView provides useful information for cities that have problems with climate change. Thanks to the data provided by ClimateView, founded by Tomer Shalit in 2017, cities can develop plans to combat climate change. Let’s add that ClimateView works with “The Swedish Climate Policy Council” in Sweden.
According to shared information, ClimateView participated in the $ 2.5 million investment tour by Norlarken Foundation, founded by Klarna co-founder Niklas Adalberth, Nordic Makers, Unity Technologies, Nordic Makers, Max Ventures and GGV Capital, founded by the founders of Zendesk.