Edition 29/2016
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Cities in the 21st century face huge challenges such as rising numbers of migrants, climate change and the need to save CO2. Such tasks require new and complex planning strategies to enact smart urban solutions on transport, production and consumption. These issues are central to the mySmartLife project developed jointly by the cities of Hamburg, Helsinki and Nantes. The EU Commission has recently approved the project.

This news and other topics from Hamburg and its metropolitan region will be featured in this week’s edition of our newsletter. All topics mentioned therein are summaries of news presented in depth on the business platform Hamburg News. You can access the bilingual platform at

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