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As climate change intensifies heatwaves, cities are experimenting with cooling techniques and initiatives, including urban greening and categorization.

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Our solution is a reaction turbine capable of collecting the kinetic energy of sea water to deliver a large amount of clean, renewable, and carbon-free energy.

Urban Green Space Index

The Husqvarna Urban Green Space Index (HUGSI) applies computer vision and deep learning techniques to satellite images, to measure and analyze urban green space.

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Our solution rewards the public and the private sectors for supporting the implementation of ambitious blue carbon projects, with a unique focus on wetlands.

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