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The community in the city of Almere would harvest rainwater, grow its own food and monitor energy use with sensors, Business Insider reports.
Alternatives to legal tender, popular among millennials, ensure that money stays within cities or neighborhoods, the New York Times reports.
The Dutch capital has a knack for reimagining historic properties such as a tram depot and church to save them from demolition, Citinerary reports.
Trash cans designed by a Finnish startup tweet when full, allowing municipalities to maximize waste-management resources, Politico.eu reports.
The robotic 3D-printing technology could help Amsterdam and other cities reduce construction costs and time, The Pop-Up City reports.
The bike-rental service provides tourists with an opportunity to meet locals and pick up tips about cycling around Amsterdam, The Pop-Up City reports.
The city sheltered 165 undocumented immigrants in a former prison to help them build asylum cases and receive medical care, CityMetric reports.
In Stockholm, the share of non-motorized travel jumped by 11 percent in just two years, according to a recent report by the European Environment Agency.