Let’s turn Oslo into the world’s first climate positive city!

The City Council of Oslo Municipality has adopted a climate target where Oslo will cut 460,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalents between 2015 and 2020. The goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Oslo by 50 percent compared with 1990 levels by 2020. In 1990, emissions in Oslo were 1.1. million tons. This means that emissions must be cut by 600,000 tonnes during 2020.

Oslo municipality wants to cut a lot, but we will cut even more than the CO2 cut target set for this year.
– In total, we have ambitions to cut over 180,000 tonnes of CO2. This project was launched recently and we are already over halfway! On that note, this is something that comes in addition to Oslo’s adopted climate target. We believe that both the business community and individuals must contribute to taking their responsibility, explains Martine Kveim, one of the founders of CHOOOSE.

The project 100% Oslo will be completed October 2019 with a climate report to be handed over to the UN, the Oslo municipality and the Government as a relay stick to Lisbon which is next year’s climate capital.

Do you want to help make both yourself and Oslo climate positive?  For just kr 588,- per year you delete 11 tonnes CO2, more than the average personal environmental footprint. Additionally, you help fund UN-verified CO2-reducing projects in developing countries that produce clean energy.

Go to https://chooose.today/oslo2019-en/and help us reduce greenhouse gas emission in Oslo!