How can authorities better capture the public's need for environmental information?

Knowledge of citizens' needs is required for authorities to make environmental information easy to find and easy to understand. Citizens have the right to be able to participate and increase their knowledge so that the opportunity to make smart choices for themselves, and for the environment, is increased.

How can authorities better capture the public's needs for environmental information?

In order for authorities to be able to make environmental information easy to find and easy to understand, knowledge of citizens' needs is needed. Citizens have the right to participate and increase their knowledge so that the opportunity to make smart choices for themselves, and for the environment, is increased.

Starting from the needs of the public gives authorities the opportunity to develop more efficient processes and services that the public needs to act in an environmentally friendly manner. Authorities get a greater understanding of what the need for environmental information the public has and can then show the environmental information better. Read more under "full description" below.

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In order for authorities to be able to make environmental information easy to find and easy to understand, knowledge of citizens' needs is needed. Citizens have the right to participate and increase their knowledge so that the opportunity to make smart choices for themselves, and for the environment, is increased.

Starting from the needs of the public gives authorities the opportunity to develop more efficient processes and services that the public needs to act in an environmentally friendly manner. Authorities get a greater understanding of what the need for environmental information the public has and with the help of that understanding, environmental information can be displayed and visualized better. But if authorities are to listen more to their target groups, in this case the public, and become more "customer-centered", changes in working methods, processes and the like may also be required in order to be able to continuously capture the public's input and needs.

With the help of the ideas put forward on this challenge, municipalities, county administrative boards and authorities can be inspired by your and my contributions to developing new and learning from each other. The challenge is one of many to work with within the framework of the Government's mission to increase the availability of "smarter" environmental information.

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Hur kan myndigheter bättre fånga upp allmänhetens behov av miljöinformation?

För att myndigheter ska kunna göra miljöinformation enkel att hitta och lätt att förstå behövs kunskap om medborgares behov. 
Medborgare har rätt att kunna delta och öka sin kunskap så att möjligheten att göra smarta val för sig själv, och för miljön, ökas.

Att utgå från allmänhetens behov ger myndigheter möjligheter att utveckla mer effektiva processer och tjänster som allmänheten behöver för att agera miljösmart. Myndigheter får en större förståelse för vilka behov av miljöinformation allmänheten har och kan då visa miljöinformationen bättre. Läs mer under "full beskrivning" nedan.

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För att myndigheter ska kunna göra miljöinformation enkel att hitta och lätt att förstå behövs kunskap om medborgares behov. 
Medborgare har rätt att kunna delta och öka sin kunskap så att möjligheten att göra smarta val för sig själv, och för miljön, ökas.

Att utgå från allmänhetens behov ger myndigheter möjligheter att utveckla mer effektiva processer och tjänster som allmänheten behöver för att agera miljösmart. Myndigheter får en större förståelse för vilka behov av miljöinformation allmänheten har och med hjälp av den förståelsen kan miljöinformation visas och visualiseras bättre. Men om myndigheter ska lyssna mer på sina målgrupper, i detta fall allmänheten, och bli mer ”kundcentrerade” kan det även krävas förändringar i arbetssätt, processer och liknande för att kontinuerligt kunna fånga upp allmänhetens input och behov.

Med hjälp av idéerna som läggs upp på den här utmaningen kan kommuner, länsstyrelser och myndigheter inspireras av dina och mina bidrag att utveckla nytt och lära av varandra. Utmaningen är en av många som finns att arbeta med inom ramen för Regeringens uppdrag att öka tillgängliggörandet ”smartare” miljöinformation.

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Collection of ideas

Environmental gain

Team 4: Lena, Gunnar, Jennie, Manuela, Johan (SLU, city of Stockholm, Sgu, NV, sea)
School competition for the best garbage sorter with class trip as profit. App that starts with local sports profile that recycle anything with funny related to their sport. Through the app gathers class score by attfota barcode and QR code linked to recycling stations. In this context, given knowledge about recycling and alternative choice that gives different score. Ongoing score submitted on the kommmunens website where the class can follow the competition.

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Smarter life-an app for sustainable living

Starting point: Interviews hav that many are doing things that are "miljöbra" but perhaps not mainly therefore, i.e. that it is good for the environment. Man bikes because it's crowded in the city. You travel by bus because you don't want to have a car that's too expensive, etc.

Build on it and collect points from how you behave, but the point is calculated indirectly from positive environmental effects.

An app that collects points from your choices you make in your everyday life. The score has a bearing on the environment but in indirect form via indicators based on how you behave in everyday life.
Data is collected "under the hood" i.e. you do not write them himself, and the score will be calculated through the available environmental information. You get instant updates when you make choices that show be smart for the environment.
You can level up, you compete against your friends.
You can see their own development and if you want to compare with friends, people online, tv, national and international.

Group: Kristina, Robin, Ann-Katrin, Niklas, Kajsa, Pia, Bernt

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Practice on friends and family to get an outside perspective

Of course we all want to explain so that others will understand, but they fall easily into the lingo. For my own part, it happens now and then that I use family and friends-they "read" and they usually give honest feedback. Then I'll tell you about the environmental protection agency's work with smarter environmental information for them, I quickly notice what works and where I lose them; Often it's about fast enough to get to the heart of the matter. I also get a reason to look for explanations and examples that matters from their perspective (work/school/everyday). Even celebrations can be a good "litmus paper" then you often are expected to tell you briefly what you work with-what do you say when you have a minute to arouse anyone's interest if you are passionate about in your professional everyday life?

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Green cache points on your sustainable actions

Green cache is an app that gives you points when you, in your daily lives, make choices that are good for the environment based on different themes of transport, recycling, food etc. You can see your results during each week's time and compare your results with your friends and family by giving your app access to your social-media account. You'll also see what good effects your actions made globally.

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The right choice at the grocery store

A exémpel on the right information at the right time. Group 5 Lars Sonesten, Per S, Agneta Jonsson, Ann Lundström, Lars Johan Hansson, Claes Svedlindh, Elizabeth Thompson. When a customer scans an item displayed on the environment e.g. CO2 emissions. To make the right environmental choice. Scanner connected to mobile with bluetooth.

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Desktop info on air quality

Roy wants to know how the air is at hornsgatan when she is there. She will find the information in a display on the lampposts
-high levels of nitrogen oxides and particulate matter: red numbers
-low levels of green numbers
The data comes from the local government, the environmental protection agency's and SMHI's solution.

Bernt etc

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Eco-friendly Travel Planner

We offer a digital tool for the travel industry, business and the public where you can see the environmental impact of various travel choice. The tool can be used on the internet pages of travel bookings and provides a quick and easy-to-understand picture of what effect different travel options have on the environment. The information will also be available on the booking of the trip. There are 3 different concepts. One for vardagsresenären, one for business and one for Vacation Planner.

Cecilia H
Ulrika Samuelsson
Therese Nordenvall
Jacob Nisell
Richard J
Ann Westerdahl

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Environmental gain

Team 4: Lena, Gunnar, Jennie, Manuela, Johan (SLU, city of Stockholm, Sgu, NV, sea)
School competition for the best garbage sorter with class trip as profit. App that starts with local sports profile that recycle anything with funny related to their sport. Through the app gathers class score by attfota barcode and QR code linked to recycling stations. In this context, given knowledge about recycling and alternative choice that gives different score. Ongoing score submitted on the kommmunens website where the class can follow the competition.

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Compare the environmental impact of your car driving

Many people want to reduce the environmental impact of his car running, but how do I know how I lie? Many want feedback, eg how performing I compared with the neighbor, city residents, other countries ...? We propose to develop an app where you can see in real time the environmental impact of their driving, and where the data is put in relation to other groups. Good with signal if you distinguish you (good or bad) compared to the average, such as a smiley face, a beautiful melody, beep et c. it might also be able to compete with near and dear ones, for example, you can compete with your wife in a month. The app can also provide tips that relate to your driving, often linked to how you save money in your driving (gruppidé from worksohp during the kickoff Digital first-Smarter environmental information, from Magnus, Anders, Gustaf, Matts, Kristin and Asa).

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Digital fishing packages

If he wants to go to olle fishing a lake and retrieves info via the app.
-can I fish here, in this case pay digital fishing licenses
-What is this and where can I dispose of my garbage
-where can I swim, barbecue, camping, camping
-can I eat fish, in this case, tips on recipes
-I want to see something more, here are tips on other attractions
-I want to give my teen an experience in gift and purchase a digital fishing packages to her
-Oh it's raining, when it ends
Bernthsson, Daniel, Emma, Anna, hans, kerstin

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Compare the environmental impact of your car driving

Many people want to reduce the environmental impact of his car running, but how do I know how I lie? Many want feedback, eg how performing I compared with the neighbor, city residents, other countries ...? We propose to develop an app where you can see in real time the environmental impact of their driving, and where the data is put in relation to other groups. Good with signal if you distinguish you (good or bad) compared to the average, such as a smiley face, a beautiful melody, beep et c. it might also be able to compete with near and dear ones, for example, you can compete with your wife in a month. The app can also provide tips that relate to your driving, often linked to how you save money in your driving (gruppidé from worksohp during the kickoff Digital first-Smarter environmental information, from Magnus, Anders, Gustaf, Matts, Kristin and Asa).

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App of choice of restaurant from a sustainability perspective

The consumer via an app to be able to get information as from environmental regulatory agencies, food transport emissions, locally produced, former customers ' rating of the restaurant, nutritional content, etc. Data is collected and the result is an overall rating of the restaurant. Can also appear on various social media.

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