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Articles | Urban Life

Get on your bike, mate!

Copenhagen and Prague inspire Australia when it comes to climate-friendly and cost-effective mobility incentives.

Articles | Connected Society

How to support an unsupported tower

How do you make the world’s longest three-tower cable-stayed bridge elegant and sturdy? By designing an innovative, world-class cable solution.

Articles | Urban Life

Building for the future

Offsite construction, material reuse and alternative sources can help optimise and green the building industry.

Articles | Green Transition

How to save an endangered fish

Until a few years ago the production at a lot of Danish fish farms was damaging the populations of wild fish in the creeks. A large-scale, EU-financed rescue plan has improved the conditions – but there are still complex challenges to solve.

Articles | Green Transition

Waste: an essential part of the circular economy

The Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen produces energy from waste, with extreme efficiency and a recreational touch.

Articles | Urban Life

What is a liveable city?

Clean air, affordable housing and better prevention against crime, floods and traffic accidents. These are some of the main areas in which local authorities can increase their efforts, says a new survey.

Articles | Urban Life

Under pressure - how to make urban nature flourish

As urbanisation increases, the challenge to keep green areas green gets more complicated. However, it can be done – and with added benefits.

Articles | Green Transition

Water will find its way

Technical excellence + blue-green infrastructure = cost-efficient climate adaptation.

Articles | Connected Society

Air and sea - global connectivity that truly matters

Seaports and airports are big business. Physically, these structures enable the arrival and departure of people and goods, but they encompass so much more. A seaport gives industry access to foreign markets and facilitates the movement of products and goods. Airports make people mobile. Taking air and sea mobility to the next level requires a joint global effort.

Articles | Green Transition

How to build a smart energy system

More and more countries, regions and cities are making energy strategies. That’s a complex planning task, especially if the goal is to be fossil-free and cost-efficient.

Articles | Connected Society

Safer train stations with 3D technology

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) measures wind pressure at railway stations, ensuring passengers are not knocked off their feet. It can save time and money too.

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