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Tokyo wants to build a future-proof city. Here’s how

The Tokyo eSG plans also envisage zero-emission buildings and public transport systems. Image: Unsplash/ Jezael Melgoza

Stefan Ellerbeck
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An example of the Tokyo Bay project could look like in the future.
An artist’s impression of the eSG Tokyo Bay Project. Image: Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

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