Cities and Urbanization

How we're keeping Danish cities above water

A woman is trapped by water at a flooded train station in Copenhagen. Image: REUTERS/Jens Astrup/Scanpix Denmark

Ida Auken

Member of Parliament, Parliament of Denmark (Folketinget)

Ole Mark

Director, Research Group, DHI

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