New York and Copenhagen are seeking solutions in stormwater management. If you missed out on the kick-off webinar February 23rd, you now have the opportunity to stream the event.
Dansk Industri’s kontor I USA (Danish Cleantech Hub), Clean Cluster, the New York State Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) og Københavns Kommune har annonceret the NYC-CPH Dual Urban Water Vision Challenge.
Som optakt til dette års Circular City Week New York kan du her læse om hvilke cirkulære trends der fylder i New York’s bybillede disse år.
During fall 2020, the Danish Cleantech Hub in New York teamed up with Gate 21 and a group of challenge owners consisting of the International Nighttime Design Initiative (NTD), VOREA Group (VOREA) and Long Island City Partnership (LICP) to solve tomorrow’s Smart City challenges – even faster!
New urban water roadmap taps into the New York market and dives into current water trends and strategies within water management.
In November 2020, BLOXHUB and Danish Cleantech Hub forwarded the Build Back Circular Call. This week they could finally announce the winner of the call, Barnard College with their Circular Campus model.
During the 11th State of the State address, Governor Cuomo announced the 2021 agenda ‘Reimage-Rebuild-Renew’ for New York. The agenda tackles critical issues facing New York, hereof jumpstarting New York’s economic recovery and becoming a leader in the growing green energy economy.
On January 20th 2021, President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris will be sworn into office. On this occasion, we bring this message.
In light of Covid-19, The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) have introduced a $10 million convertible note program aimed at supporting climate technology startups that can help New York catalyze its economic recovery while advancing progress towards the State’s nation-leading climate goals.
As part of Archtober in New York, Creative Denmark, State of Green and Danish Cleantech Hub launched the new white paper ‘Beyond Buildings – Buildings as a key element for sustainable cities’ last week.
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