Stockholm is one of Europe's fastest-growing cities and has a population of almost 1 million. Stockholm’s climate work is driven by two key goals; making Stockholm fossil fuel-free and climate-positive by 2040 and making the city administration fossil fuel-free by 2030. The city’s plan for how the city will become climate-positive by the year 2030 has been approved by the European Commission through a so-called Mission Label.

Stockholm aims to reduce emissions by 2030 from the transport sector by 80 percent compared to 2010. Measures are taken to reduce private motorist, noise and water pollution and improve the quality of air. At the same time, car traffic also needs to decrease to increase and create a safer and more vibrant city with more space for people instead of cars. More people should be able to choose public transport, cycling and walking. The city works for increased accessibility for walking, cycling and public transport per the city’s strategy for accessibility.

The City of Stockholm is involved in the following Polis working groups: Clean vehicles and air quality, Active travel and health, Traffic efficiency, Governance and integration, Urban freight, Road safety, Economic & social access and Parking.

The City of Stockholm is/was involved in the following EU projects: Civitas Eccentric, Life aspire, Grow smarter, IntelligentSea, Zeeus, NextGen Link, Prosfet & The Northern ScanMed Ports – Sustainable Maritime Links.

The City of Stockholm has published the following documents:

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