Articles | Volume 19
https://doi.org/10.5194/asr-19-51-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/asr-19-51-2022
20 Jun 2022
 | 20 Jun 2022

How to develop new digital knowledge transfer products for communicating strategies and new ways towards a carbon-neutral Germany

Swantje Preuschmann, Tanja Blome, Knut Görl, Fiona Köhnke, Bettina Steuri, Juliane El Zohbi, Diana Rechid, Martin Schultz, Jianing Sun, and Daniela Jacob

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The main aspect of the paper is to obtain transferable principles for the development of digital knowledge transfer products. As such products are still unstandardised, the authors explored challenges and approaches for product developments. The authors report what they see as useful principles for developing digital knowledge transfer products, by describing the experience of developing the Net-Zero-2050 Web-Atlas and the "Bodenkohlenstoff-App".