Category Archives: Community planning and development

Energy, Consumerism, and Planned Communities

As in most cities worldwide, Copenhagen has limited space and a growing population. Copenhagen is expected to grow by 100,000 inhabitants by 2025, increasing the population from 537,000 to 637,000. The City of Copenhagen expects that the families and young … Continue reading

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Solutions for Sustainable Cities; One of Copenhagen’s Intriguing Initiatives

The city of Copenhagen has initiated “Solutions for Sustainable Cities” in partnership with the State of Green organization. The 12 solutions (and the ultimate goal of carbon neutrality) are what led to the city being named 2014 European Green Capital. … Continue reading

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The City of Copenhagen and Its Bold Plan

On our first full day of study (5/13/13), the USM MBA Denmark Energy Study Tour had the privilege of a meeting with the City of Copenhagen. With an urban population of approximately 1.2 million (approx. 560k in the city center), … Continue reading

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