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Summit to focus on key future issues in city and global trends

The annual meeting of Hamburg’s ten external representatives gets underway Wednesday through September 12, 2019. This year, the focus will be on mobility of the future as Hamburg gears up to host the ITS Wor…

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Recycled plastic goes digital with Cirplus - 30 global firms in pilot project

digital online market for recyclates, set up by the Hamburg-based Cirplus start-up, is growing in popularity after 90 companies from 15 countries enquired about several ten thousand ton…

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Industry to become role model for energy transition

Switching to renewable energies is proving a challenge even though the process has already begun. The German government confirmed its goal of reducing dangerous emissions by at least 55 per cent by 2030 and 70 per cent by 2040 i…

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Find shops, cafés and recycling centres on zero-waste map to avoid waste

The Stadtreinigung Hamburg has launched a new app after a three-month test phase. Users can consult the zero-waste map to find nearby climate-friendly spots that do without avoidable packaging. Retailer…

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Tests of VOI scooters underway in Berne and Poppenbüttel

Hamburger Hochbahn AG is testing 60 e-scooters in Berne and Poppenbüttel after earlier tests had been limited to downtown Hamburg. The scooters, by Sweden’s VOI, are yet another means of transport for use on the o…

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Green Kayak off to good start - hundreds of Hamburg residents paddling for good cause

Residents of Hamburg have removed around 1.554 kg of rubbish from rivers and canals since the Danish non-governmental organisation, Green Kayak, launched its first German branch in the city in&n…