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2030 Compass CoLab partners

2030 Compass CoLab is a collaboration between the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence (CCI) and the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).

The MIT Center for Collective Intelligence (CCI) brings together faculty from across MIT to conduct research on how people and computers can work together more intelligently.

CCI’s CoLab platforms, including Climate CoLab and Futures CoLab, engage large groups of people online to address complex problems of significance to the world.

Inspired by Thomas W. Malone's Superminds: The Surprising Power of People and Computers Thinking Together, CCI's Collective Intelligence Design Lab (CIDL) helps organizations to design innovative new kinds of collectively intelligent systems—superminds—to solve important problems.

Stockholm Environment Institute is an international non-profit research and policy organization that tackles environment and development challenges. We connect science and decision-making to develop solutions for a sustainable future for all.

Our work spans climate, water, air, and land-use issues, and integrates evidence and perspectives on governance, the economy, gender and human health.

Across our eight centres in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, we engage with policy processes, development action and business practice throughout the world.

The Agenda 2030 Compass collaborators 

Compass 2030 CoLab is part of a larger project, The Agenda 2030 Compass Methodology and toolbox for strategic decision making, funded by Vinnova, Sweden's government agency for innovation. The other collaborating organizations for that project are:

The strategic innovation program for metallic materials is part of Vinnova's, the Swedish Energy Agency's and Forma's investment in strategic innovation programs and brings together Sweden's metal industries: steel, aluminium, cemented carbide, cast steel, cast iron and cast non-ferrous metals.

The aim of the program is that the Swedish metal industry will have created a unique creative environment for translating new advanced metallic materials into sustainable solutions for society by 2025.

The program is coordinated by Jernkontoret, the Swedish Steel Producers' Association, and funded by Vinnova, the Swedish Energy Agency, and Formas.

Jernkontoret is the Swedish steel producers' association. It safeguards the steel industry's interests by working for the best possible preconditions for operations in Sweden.

The Vision of Swedish steel industry "Steel shapes a better future" is leading up to 2050 and it implies three undertakings: we lead technical development; we nurture creative individuals; and we create environmental benefits.

Swedwise is a Swedish Software Development and IT Licenses Provider. The company has extensive experience providing solutions for Systems Integration, Information Management, Application Development and Digital Process Automation. 

The Company’s brand promise is to ‘Make Time for The Good.’ By providing in-depth competence related to its focus areas, Swedwise assists organisations in making more time for innovation with increased focus. 

Swedwise contributes with Mathematical Programming, Modeling, UX and Interface Development, and is committed to the highest standards in sustainable management and CSR. 

Vinnova, Sweden's innovation agency, has provided funding for the project. It seeks to contribute to sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovation. Vinnova is part of the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation and the national contact authority for the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.