Towards understanding digital support contributing to climate neutral, inclusive, and beautiful cities: A systematic literature review
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Original versionIEEE/ACM 7th International Workshop on Green And Sustainable Software. 2023, 1 (1), .
Climate change is an existential threat to Europe and the world, and is impacting and influencing people. At the same time, the urbanization of the world is increasing, meaning that these challenges need to be solved mainly in cities. Cities are also increasingly using digital technologies to become smarter, which will be a crucial part of the future cities. The EU has initiated the European Green Deal in order to overcome these challenges, and to make Europe the first climate neutral continent by 2050. A part of this is the EU Cities Mission aiming for climate-neutral transitions in frontrunner cities by 2030. The EU-funded project Creating Actionable Futures (CrAFt) bridges these ambitions with the New European Bauhaus principles, to ensure that climate-neutral transitions in cities will be sustainable, inclusive, and beautiful. This systematic literature review was performed to understand digital tools in this specific context.