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This is how Copenhagen is planning to be the first carbon-neutral capital

Cities consume more than two-thirds of the world's energy. Image: REUTERS/Bob Strong

Lin Taylor

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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Bicycles are seen parked on a street in central Copenhagen, Denmark, August 24, 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lin Taylor

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