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Copenhagen – the pragmatic smart city champion

Copenhagen – the pragmatic smart city champion

The Danish capital placed first in a recent global ‘smart’ cities index [1]. But in Copenhagen, technology is first and foremost at work to enhance the pleasure of life.

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Hydrocarbon-free Stockholm: the 6-point pledge

Sweden’s capital has committed itself to become fossil fuel free by 2040. First imperative: to decarbonise transport.

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In Stockholm, Renault trials new sales channels for its electric vehicles

Electric vehicles demand new sales channels, especially given that their target ownership is first and foremost city-dwellers. In Sweden, Renault has recently opened a store in one of the capital’s shopping malls. It’s an example that is already being emulated.

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Bouygues Construction will transform a disused railway yard in Cardiff into a campus dedicated to innovation

Cardiff University in Wales, has awarded a contract worth 134 million euros to Bouygues UK, the British subsidiary of France’s Bouygues Construction, to build two high-tech centres on the site of a disused railway yard. Designed by architecture practices Hawkins Brown and HOK, construction on the project will begin in September.

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Cycle super-highway in the Ruhr

A cycle super-highway four metres wide,…...

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Copenhagen: a city of sustained – but carbon neutral – growth

With Denmark’s capital continuing to attract more young people and families, the municipality’s urban planners must abide by strict constraints. Because the city has committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2025.

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Minarc – Where Iceland meets California

Use of reclaimed materials, natural colours and minimalism, all rooted in the local surroundings: the two Icelandic architect-designers behind Minarc are imprinting their style on Santa Monica

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