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copenhagen - the first carbon neutral capital in the world

Mayors, town planners and politicians from all over the world have often visited Copenhagen in recent years to study its bicycle traffic, district heating system or its waste management. In various respects Copenhagen is a role model for many of the world’s big cities when it comes to sustainable town development.
The first carbon neutral capital in the world

Copenhagen - The first carbon neutral capital in the world

Copenhagen intends to become carbon neutral by 2025, and already in 2015 to reduce carbon emissions by 20 per cent.

Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan

Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan

This plan is Copenhagen's starting point for incorporating the necessary climate adaptation into thinking in all areas of the city’s development in good time.

Danish bicycle culture in New York

Bicycle culture in New York

The Department of Transportation, New York City, found great inspiration in the streets of Copenhagen on how to make New York City more bicycle-friendly.

Swimming in Copenhagen Harbour

In Copenhagen – the capital city of Denmark – one of the trendiest spots is the public outdoor swimming facility in the Islands Brygge area where Copenhageners come to relax during the summer.

Green rooftops in Copenhagen

Green rooftops in Copenhagen

Meet a green rooftop enthusiast who takes you for a sightseeing in Copenhagen to show you some of the city's green roofs.

Copenhagen Harbour

Copenhagen Harbour - winter swimmers' paradise

Around 20,000 Danes swim in the sea during winter, and swim even when the water is frozen over and icy. During the last decade, Copenhagen harbour has become so clean that it’s almost always suitable for swimming, both during  summer and winter.

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