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Visual Agenda

The global goals in a visual context
Zero Hunger; Quality Education; Life On Land; Life Below Water; Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure; Sustainable Cities and Communities; Climate Action; Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions; Reducing Inequality; Good Health and Well-being; Clean Water and Sanitation; Responsible Consumption and Production; No Poverty; Gender Equality; Partnerships for the Goals; Affordable and Clean Energy; Decent Work and Economic Growth

Norrkoping Science Park has a wide network of tech companies and always strives to convey the latest trends as well as creating opportunities for business to meet. Norrkoping Science Park is also a part of the regional innovation initiative Visual Sweden.

Visual Sweden is a part of the region’s strategy for smart specialization, wherein visualization and simulation are some of the prioritized segments. Visual Sweden is an initiative based in Ostergotland, Sweden, oriented at promoting innovation and regional growth within the visualization and image analysis fields. The visionary aim of the initiative is to establish the region of Ostergotland as the most attractive innovative environment for visualization and image analysis in Europe.


This is the decade of action. Agenda 2030 and the Global Sustainable Development Goals (GSDG) are a global agenda for creating a future where no one is left behind. The 17 targets were adopted in September 2015 by all UN Member States.

The goals encompass all aspects of human and planetary well-being and are a universal call for measures to eradicate poverty, protect the earth, resolve the climate crisis, promote peace and justice and reduce inequalities and injustices in the world.

There are a lot of different initiatives based on agenda 2030 where the common goal is to create a change and to ”break habits” in order to reach the global goals before the year 2030.

To fulfill the global goals there are a lot of different methods, one of them is nudging. A nudge helps people make better choices for themselves without restricting their freedom of choice. It accomplishes this by making it easier for people to make a certain decision. For example: putting fruit at eye level counts as a nudge. Banning junk food does not.


The challenge is to create a visual representation for an innovative vision of how nudging could accelerate change and to make people more aware of there environmental impact on earth, based on the global goals. 

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