Climate Coworking Scholarship

During the last 30 years

from 1990 to 2020, the CO2-equivalent emissions in Sweden has been reduced by about 30%. From a level of about 72.000 tonnes CO2-equivalents to a level of almost 46.300 tonnes CO2-equivalents in 2020.

During the same period the global CO2-equivalent emissions have risen with about 62% according to a report commissioned by the European Union.

When it comes to real estate in Sweden, the emissions produced from heating buildings have decreased by a staggering 92% between 1990 and 2020. This is mostly because the transition away from oil-based heating systems.

With oil-based heating systems representing close to zero of the emissions in the real estate industry, combined with the fact the the electricity consumption for commercial real estate has gone down significantly, it’s clear that the majority of the emission reduction the last 15 years in the real estate industry comes from moving away from oil-based heating.


we strongly believes that it is time for the next wave of sustainability efforts

within the real estate industry. There is no longer room for improvement by transitioning away from using fossile energy sources. The next 20 years of creating a sustainable real estate industry come from the implementation of new technology and systems.

Therefore we are proud to take action ourselves by announcing our Climate Scholarship that will help promising scholars to take the next step in their work towards creating a sustainable real estate industry.

Daniel Olsson, Founder of The Climate Scholarship

Purpose of the scholarship

The Climate Scholarship of 10.000 SEK / $942 shall be used to catalyse and bring progress to promising projects and research within real estate sustainability.

Whom can apply?

Anyone who studies on a university-level, and is working with a project that has the intent of making the real estate market more sustainable, can apply.

When to apply and deadlines

The 2023 application is now open! Submit your application below before the 15th of December 2023.

The Scholarship board at will come back with results by the 10th of February 2024.

How to apply?

Apply by filling out the form below, include a motivation, description of the project or research and what the scholarship can help achieve in terms of next actions. Also include a point of contact in the message field.

Contact details

If you have any questions please contact:

Daniel Olsson
Head of Communications & responsible for the

Climate Scholarship

+46 (0) 70 491 32 44

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