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Sustainable Cities™ aims to inspire people and communities all over the world and help cities become more sustainable in the future.
During a dinner at the Danish Embassy in Singapore on 3 June 2014, the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) and the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) signed a cooperation agreement, which will help expand the international scope and network of both centres. For quite some time, the parties have enjoyed an effective working relationship, which will now be further enhanced. The agreement prepares the ground for exchange visits, joint events, publications etc.
Copenhagen has won the European Commission’s prestigious European Green Capital award in recognition of the city’s efforts to combine sustainable solutions with growth and quality of life. The city’s efforts to persuade more people to cycle, to become CO2-neutral by 2025 and to act as a living laboratory for new green solutions are among the reasons for this recognition.
In December 2013 the Spanish city, Seville became the first city in Europe to install a new kind of storage system for renewable energy. This storage system makes it possible for the area to store excess energy from solar and wind sources etc. and distribute that energy to households when needed.
Last updated Monday, May 12, 2014