My name is Orjan Svane, and I'm Professor Emeritus in Urban Sustainable Development at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. First of all, I'm connected to the Stockholm testbed, and in the role as a senior adviser. There is in the testbed of Hammurabi before I start already a lot of ongoing activities that are connected to showing citizen initiative, which started some five, six years ago. Has ideas about how to improve the energy efficiency in buildings, through sharing knowledge about how to manage the buildings. So on the one hand, there is already an ongoing development and a strong coordinating actor down there called electricity. On the other hand, there is a contest that is unique, I think in the Technical University of Stockholm and the Royal Institute of Technology is a strong partner. So the motto there is the combination, the combined efforts of these two. The first thing is sharing around the reduced energy use and reduced climate impacts in the buildings. Main part of the buildings are owned as housing cooperatives, which means that the residence in association own the buildings. It's not an easy job for a layman to be real estate owner and associate with your neighbors. So sometimes they don't know that they don't know enough to be good managers of the buildings. But if they come together and are informed about that and share the experience of both learning how to be better owners and better managers, that's a good start for energy efficiency and climate impacts. If then they can move on to do real things together, they are now going to discuss how to do a joint purchase of energy management services from professionals and to support them in their role. So that's one thing, which we are going to study. Another thing is urban farming, which has not occurred spontaneously, but the city of Stockholm is providing land within or close to the tested area, where people are allowed to start doing small-scale farming. One thing, which is also ongoing driven both by the university and by the locals, is how to use the entrances of the buildings to make it easier to have deliveries of goods, things that are too big to be carried by the postman, which you now often have to go to pick up. That's a technical thing, but it's also social thing, and it calls for the involvement over distribution companies, et cetera. But it has a potential of reducing transport and also making the entrance more of meeting place for people. The project has what the researcher would call a normative approach. We are not interested in just studying what happens, we are interested in studying how sharing can contribute to urban sustainable development in its environmental and social dimensions. Also, studying what organization, what industry generalization that's needed to make this happen. One challenge is the short time of the project in relation to the inertia of change on the ground. In reality, at least large-scale change. So to study what are the opportunities of sharing that we can see now in the testbed. We intend to do scenarios situated in 2030, and we use methodology from future studies. This is not intended to be a prognosis, but rather exploring the opportunities of the sharing services we see. So we look for what could it contribute rather than the most probable development. The reason for that is of course, that the long term aims, goals for urban sustainable development. They are sometimes seen as something desirable, but to me, they are necessities. So put those necessities into 2030 and look back from 2030 till now and ask yourself how to get that. One thing that is very important for me is to remember that for change to happen, you must know who is in charge, so to speak. So if there is a thing about sharing which reduces the impact, the climate impacts from food, for example, is the household that decides what are we eating. So any other actor is outsider and can only influence indirectly. In the example of energy efficiency and reduce climate impacts, it's the realists data on a mostly then the housing cooperatives that are in charge, so to speak. So what electricity can do there is to inform, and persuade them, and give them the tools and the knowledge to change their energy systems and their use of that being bins. So any study of this transition through sharing must start with the observation. Who is the primary change agent? Who is the one who is to share? Sometimes it's the individual, a household, the realist data et cetera. Then if you want to see the effect on the safety distribute, you have to scale it up, so to speak. You must assume that so many household who share this and that, and then you can evaluate what it means once it on city district level.