Cities and Urbanization

Is there a new Nordic trend in urban planning?

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Niels Lund

Vice President, Changing Diabetes, Novo Nordisk

Mogens Lykketoft

Former ‎President of the General Assembly, United Nations

Nikolaj Sveistrup

Programme Manager, Danish Architecture Centre

Anette S. Galskjøt

CEO, International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP)

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