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How Aarhus has crafted a zero carbon masterplan

With 48,000 people under the age of 18, the Danish city was able to better engage with its youth council through the Siemens City Performance Tool
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It has been almost seven years since the City of Aarhus in Denmark committed US$10 million to the first phase of an ambitious plan to become carbon neutral by 2030. The city was backed by the Danish government to develop its model eco-cities programme, install electric car chargers, renovate homes, and construct a light rail system and a unique citywide district heating system.

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