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Combining climate change adaptation with urban development to gain greater value from investments

Cities around the world increasingly face the adverse effects of climate change, including rising sea levels, climbing temperatures, longer periods of drought and stronger storms. When combining these phenomena with the challenges of increasing urbanisation and the fact that most cities have extensive areas of impermeable surfaces, the need for rethinking urban development is clear.

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Tour De France’s green route in Denmark

29 June 2022
Tour de France Grand Départ will roll through Denmark’s most historic cities and beautiful landscapes. This is your guide to the top sustainable sights along the first three stages in Denmark.

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Wood Hood

7 June 2022
Faced with both a local need for flexible urban development due to a growing population and the global climate crisis, the City of Cologne is is looking to expand its urban territory in a way that meet the demand for housing, while at the same time both respect and deal with an even more pressing cl

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Oberbillwerder

7 June 2022
Ambitious urban development designed from an integrated climate adaption strategy and the future of mobility In the future, Oberbillwerder will not only be the second largest district of Hamburg, its 105th, it is also envisioned as its most sustainable. One of the main challenges was, from the very

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The Braunstein Taphouse

2 June 2022
Designed for craft beer and disassembly – a combined breweries visitor center and community pivot at the Koege Harbour Located at a stretch of municipality owned quay that is a potential part of the climate strategy of the city of Koege, the Braustein Breweries was faced with a huge challenge

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Energy Outlook shows Vietnam's path to climate neutrality by 2050

2 June 2022
Based on a nearly decade-long energy collaboration between Vietnam and Denmark, a new Vietnam Energy Outlook Report 2021 was launched on 2 June. The report explores how Vietnam can reach climate neutrality by 2050 at the lowest possible cost and with the greatest benefit for the economy and its people.
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