Swedish green steel pioneer SSAB and TRIWA have presented the world's first watch made using fossil-free steel. The unique watch, named Time for Decarbonization, has been created using fossil-free steel powder. After a quick detour to the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 a short while ago, the watch was launched on 6 December. The first drop has been limited to 20 watches, with the aim to scale up production in May 2023. The watch case is made using fossil-free steel powder from SSAB Oxelösund and comes in two different versions, with either an automatic or quartz movement. The dial color scheme and the oversized hour markers and hands have been inspired by SSAB´s steel production.TRIWA, founded in 2007, is an acronym for Transforming the Industry of Watches. It believes a watch can be a statement symbol for change and creates watches with stories that transcend style, trends and status and chooses to work with innovative materials, organizations and ambassadors that care about creating a better world. With its mission Time for Change, TRIWA has previously launched Time for Peace watches made from recycled illegal firearms and Time for Oceans, made from recycled ocean plastic. In 2020, TRIWA made carbon footprint calculations on all its products and identified steel as the biggest polluter. In pursuit of solutions, TRIWA came across Swedish steelmaker SSAB and the idea Time for Decarbonization was born.