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Skiing on waste becomes a reality in Copenhagen
Can a waste disposal facility become a tourist attraction for a city? In Copenhagen, it looks like it can. The new city waste-to-energy plant houses a ski slope, a 27-metre artificial climbing wall, a restaurant and a café surrounded by trees.When waste is cutting-edge. The Amager Bakke-Copenhill, a waste-to-ener...

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A new type of zero kilometre
Let’s imagine that we are in a restaurant and that we are offered a zero kilometre menu. In addition to the advantage of eating food that has had presumably shorter transport and storage times, we are also convinced that what is under our eyes is more “easily monitored”.A measurable relationship. A similar p...

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Green kilometre, work in progress
The A1 motorway (Milan – Rome – Naples) was one of the great development tools for the Italian economy. However, this factor has also led to some problems over time. Environmental problems, for example. In the Po Valley section of the motorway 20% of the pollution comes from particulate matter, and the High Speed R...

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