Barcelona's new 10-year plan to make the city even greener

Barcelona's green urban planning has served as a blueprint for several cities around the world. Image: Unsplash/Enes

Rina Chandran
Correspondent, Reuters
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The plan aims to put children, women and the elderly at the heart of the design. Image: HANDOUT/Ajuntament de Barcelona
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Green space in one of Barcelona's new green superblocks. Image: HANDOUT/Ajuntament de Barcelona
A garden at the headquarters of Rabobank in Utrecht, Netherlands.
European cities are becoming greener in line with global trends. Image: HANDOUT/ENA/Green Cities 779493 project
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