It is important that we work together on mobility in LOOP CITY. That was one of many messages presented when the Smart Mobility in LOOP CITY network met for a presentation and debate on the traffic opportunities and challenges they can expect when the new light rail and local businesses become neighbours.
The project Sustainable Bottom Line is working with the first 45 companies using processes and consultancy to develop green business models. The green business models help businesses save waste and energy consumption and help to increase their competitiveness.
There are only good reasons to set ambitious climate goals and strive towards the green transition. The big investors have seen the potential – as have cities, companies and research institutions. In Denmark it is time to convert our world famous green brand into export orders and not let Sweden stand alone as 'the world's first fossil-free welfare state'.
On Monday, 23 January Lolland Municipality and HOFOR (Greater Copenhagen Utility) entered a strong strategic partnership. The agreement initiated a historic collaboration between provincial and metropolitan growth and development for the benefit of both parties.
NEXT Albertslund Gymnasium has large – and green – ambitions to link the students' daily lives more closely with the labor market that they are heading towards. Students should be out in the field, closer to projects and real issues. Therefore, they have chosen to become partners in Gate 21.
16 Danish companies will now have the opportunity to pitch their products and solutions to one of the largest investors from Singapore, Temasek. Investors are looking for smart, innovative and sustainable Danish solutions that can be adapted to local conditions.
Do you see yourself as a problem solver, or are you thinking about branching out as an entrepreneur? Sign up for the Gate 21 Smart City Hackathon, held 6-7 June 2016. There are serious start-up assistance prizes up for grabs.
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