Here are the goals of the new 'Programme for Sofia' a document to tackle multiple interconnected issues in the city by fostering collaboration
Zagreb is at third and Varaždin at fourth place in the world for 2019
February 8th is the International Winter Bike to Work Day. Zagreb is the third and Varaždin the fourth city in the world in terms of citizens who have committed to participate in the initiative this year. International Winter Bike to Work Day was launched in 2013 as a friendly competition between cities and countries around the world. It takes place annually on the second Friday in February. Zagreb won the competition for three years in a row thanks to those who committed to cycling to work that day at least. Novi Sad, Serbia, won last year’s competition.
In fact the people of Zagreb and Varaždin did not need a special day to cycle to work, even in winter. This winter the weather is extremely favourable in Croatia, unlike the below zero temperatures in recent years.
The underwater tunnel between Germany and Denmark will be a game-changer for Scandinavia, bringing it closer to central Europe
Zdeněk Hrib labelled the decision as “outrageous”, calling for the compensation of those affected
The new red-green-red coalition wants to redirect the city’s focus towards two main goals – fight against poverty and fight against climate change
Water sources are an asset that will increase in value in the future
The smart cabinet is considered a novelty in the Slovenian and European library space
The first sphere that the reform will affect is waste management so that a long-standing issue can be resolved
1 in 4 residents say there is a lack of cycling infrastructure in the Danish city
The new COVID variant caused waves in professional football, too
Citizens will have to present a valid COVID passport to access certain businesses and services
The creations of the young architectural minds are exhibited in one of the city’s galleries until 19 December
Is it gentrification or is it re-adaptation?
Bulgaria’s main port city frantically searches for ways to embrace its past, its spaces and the sea
An interview with Katja Dörner, the mayor of Bonn, Germany
An interview with the Mayor of Opatija
An interview with the Mayor of Karlovac, Croatia