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Integrating an intelligent and holistic approach to city planning and transportation management to create more sustainable cities

Our cities are growing and so are the challenges to make them liveable. It is estimated that 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050. This increase in urbanisation demands an intelligent, holistic and integrated approach to city planning and transportation management in order to meet the societal challenges faced by cities all over the world.

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World Hydrogen Week 2024

24 March 2024
On 30 September to 4 October, Denmark will open its gates to hydrogen experts from across the world as World Hydrogen Week comes to town. Striving to foster collaboration through in-depth discussions, networking opportunities, and presentations of cutting-edge technologies, World Hydrogen Week serve

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Climate partnerships

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Climate ministers convene in Denmark to set the course towards COP29

11 March 2024
For the third year running, COP discussions get off to an early start at the Copenhagen Climate Ministerial. This year’s ministerial, hosted by Denmark in cooperation with the former and current COP presidencies of the United Arab Emirates and Azerbaijan, will prepare the path towards a successful COP29 in Baku.

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Air pollution

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The Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance presents handbook to help cities utilise bio-based building materials

7 March 2024
Launched at this years Buildings & Climate Global Forum in Paris, the City Handbook for Carbon Neutral Buildings by Arup seeks to support cities in evaluating how to reduce whole life carbon in construction, using bio-based building materials.

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Urban planning and development

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Aarhus appointed part of EU’s climate-neutral and smart cities mission

22 February 2024
Alongside 25 other cities in the EU, the City of Aarhus is set to pilot innovative solutions in energy planning, citizen engagement, and interdisciplinary collaboration, with the aim of becoming climate-neutral by 2030.
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