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ZeroAtlas - closed beta

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Frequently asked questions

Why are you building ZeroAtlas?
What is ZeroAtlas?
What does the ZeroAtlas name mean?
Who is Devkittens AB?
How can I help?
What can green companies do?
Can we trust the information in ZeroAtlas?
Does it cost to be in ZeroAtlas?
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Information providers

We list green companies, organisations and projects from these databases.

BRA MILJÖVAL(Swedish society for nature conservation)

YOU(Coming in open beta)

Why education?
Coming soon?
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Pre-subscribed customers

We're collaborating with many green companies in different sectors.

BZZTC-LABSOLCELLSKOLLENTRINEYRGOSOLAR INITIATIVEGREEN GOTHENBURGMOVEABOUT
What does Eco Friend mean?
What does in the spotlight mean?
Ranked high or low?
What are your thoughts on sustainability?
How can ZeroAtlas contribute to social, environmental and economic growth?
Is there a risk that ZeroAtlas could impair any aspect?
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What people say

Where others see opportunity & potential.

“We at TRINE are looking forward in joining ZeroAtlas new innovative discovery platform with their widespread games.”

Sam Manaberi

CEO of TRINE

“ZeroAtlas will highlight solar research being done in the EPOC programme at Chalmers in a new and innovative way, aiming to reach out to new audiences.”

Jenny Forshufvud

Programme Co-ordinator of Solar Initiative

“It is extremely important to make sustainable initiatives visible. We at BZZT see ZeroAtlas as an exciting, very innovative way to influence & inspire green projects underway.”

Sven Wolf

CEO of BZZT

“Being featured in ZeroAtlas, we hope to further reach out with our transformative & integrative way of engaging in sustainability transitions to reach other actors in society.”

John Holmberg

Professor of physical resource theory (Challenge Lab)