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Lynetteholm: Inside plans for Copenhagen's divisive artificial storm-absorbing peninsula

A new 271-acre artificial peninsula is being built to shield Copenhagen from rising sea levels. But the environmental mission has drawn vocal criticism, primarily from those most concerned with the climate.
Opinion: Copenhagen's failure casts doubt on other major climate plans

Opinion: Copenhagen's failure casts doubt on other major climate plans

The Danish capital reneged on its net zero target after an incinerator failed to secure state aid.
How the 1973 oil crisis helped Copenhagen become so bike-friendly

How the 1973 oil crisis helped Copenhagen become so bike-friendly

Bicycles didn’t always dominate the streets of the Danish capital. It took rising oil prices and a great deal of political will to make significant changes that would last.

European cities are making transport systems more gender neutral

European cities are making transport systems more gender neutral

Cities across Europe are working to unwind a focus on the traditional male commuter to more inclusive forms of mobility.
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Copenhagen is building a huge island in its harbor to protect against

As the sea level rises on the shores of Copenhagen—likely by at least a foot and a half by the end of the century—the city will become more vulnerable to flooding during storms.

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A Copenhagen 'climate park' is also flood infrastructure
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A Copenhagen 'climate park' is also flood infrastructure

With sudden, heavy rainstorms becoming more common, a new park design—capable of holding nearly six billion gallons of water—gives all that rain somewhere to go without flooding city streets.
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Here’s how a ‘circular economy’ could save the world
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Here’s how a ‘circular economy’ could save the world

The vision of a “circular economy”—where we use resources sparingly and recycle endlessly—is inspiring businesses and environmentalists alike.
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