Cities and Urbanization

Denmark is building a town where you'll kayak to the grocery store

If you want to live in Copenhagen's North Harbour, a car would be obsolete. Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Lin Taylor

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Architect Rita Justesen poses for a photo for the Thomson Reuters Foundation at North Harbour, a former industrial harbour that is being redeveloped into a new neighbourhood, in Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 August 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lin Taylor
A scale model of North Harbour, a former industrial harbour that is being redeveloped into a new neighbourhood, in Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 August 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lin Taylor
A general view of the waterfront in North Harbour, a former industrial harbour that is being redeveloped into a new neighbourhood, in Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 August 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lin Taylor

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